Who are we?
Today, community clubs are faced with a new scale of challenges through tighter legislation, greater community expectation and stronger drives from their organising body. For many volunteer ran clubs this need to occur between their usual work expectations.
With these expectations, and continuous pressures to perform, it would be easy to, as many clubs do, continue to run in a manner that has been successful for them in the past, but this methodology is no longer proving to work.
Einstein was right — we cannot solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.
Modern society tends to evolve rapidly; the methods we have previously used to solve the problems we face today are no longer effective. In response, we need to develop new and creative methods of thinking to design and implement better, more efficient solutions, services and experiences that solve our current challenges.
Club Hub has a strong focus on delivering education tools that allow the individual to develop an inspiration to change or apply a new way of thinking to tackle trending challenges and a template of how these ideas would work within their individual clubs.
A little bit more about me
Club Hub Director Meaghan Densley has served as a past Commodore (president) to her local Yacht Club, and was also the first and youngest female to be appointed to the role of Commodore.
Meaghan dedicated 12-years to her position on the committee and established an award-winning training program for her club by inspiring youth programs, training and creating a unique pathway for young volunteers to upskill and serve within the club.
In 2014 Meaghan oversaw the demolition of the club house, and played major roles in the design and construction of the new $13M building, whilst managing the daily operational requirements of the club during construction for 2 years out of temporary compounds.
These challenges inspired neighbouring clubs to seek advice and leadership from Meaghan, to assist in the management and support to overcome similar difficulties
There are many providers who offer a theory for ‘best practice’ of club management, however few offer a tailored design and solution that supports the individual requirements of each club.
In 2020 ‘Club Hub’ was created to deliver education and practical club tools that allow people to develop an inspiration to change and challenge a new method of thinking, and a template of how these ideas would work within their individual club.
let us help you
If you are looking for inspiration for your club to apply a new way of thinking, please contact us today!