TD Solutions is running a workshop for the Hampton Rovers Football Club on Monday 18th March at Boss James Reserve to help shape the future of the club.
Representatives from the Senior and Junior Committees will be in attendance and we also invite anyone else from the club who wishes to attend – including parents, players, coaches, officials, sponsors, etc. The session will start at 6:30pm and run no later than 9:00pm.
The workshop will help make the club better in all aspects, creating a plan for the next five years. Many will know Terry Dillon given his involvement at the club as a parent of Jay and supporter. He previously worked as an AFL club executive and we look forward to his involvement at the Hampton Rovers Football Club throughout the next 12 months.
Running a grass roots community club, the size of ours can be extremely challenging, with often considerable pressure on the Club and its volunteers.
We always want to raise the bar and we are inviting all people involved with Hampton Rovers (past and present, both the Senior and the Junior teams) to attend this important planning workshop for the club.
We can become complacent, and risk things like volunteer burnout, which can ultimately lead to a drop-in professionalism, performance, revenue, and all the things we have come to love about our club.
We can seize the opportunity to take our club to the next level and secure us on and off field sustainability by being strategic, planning and getting everyone to contribute to building a strong club for the future.
This 2.5 to 3-hour session is a highly engaging and interactive session and will be open to all members of our senior and junior clubs with the 5 key areas of the work-shop session being:
a. HEALTH ASSESSMENT – TDS health check – analysing 10 key areas of the club – identifying gaps and opportunities, succession planning & more.
b. REVENUE GENERATION – Identifying 30 New revenue initiatives that should generate the Club $70-$100k New revenue in Year 1.
c. FINANCIAL REPORTING – Simplified reporting structure (3 x 1 pages) to ensure tracking of financial health is maintained.
d. VOLUNTEERS – Opportunities to have the Federal Government to fund some people to work for our club at NO cost.
e. COMMITTEE STRUCTURE – walking through the importance of having the right committee structure going forward.
STRATEGIC PLAN ON 2 PAGES – covering 5 key long-term strategic pillars (3-5 years), 5 operational short-term pillars (12 months).
The work-shop session provides a very succinct 2 page “Road-map” for the committee to follow – keeping it simple. Please make the time to participate in this important session.
The club really encourages people to get involved and help shape the future of our great club. For more information please contact Rohan Bardwell on 0417 565 895 or email@example.com