Keep your club schedule up to date and your books organized with an online club management tool. Some clubs get away with using a paper log and a calendar on the wall, if you’d like to use a more modern system, click the two links below to learn about a few of the more popular options available.
A good social media presence can be vital to your club’s success in finding new members. We sat down with our own social media expert to get a few tips for your club’s social media presence.
If your club has a lot of pilots flying your aircraft, a strong safety culture is an absolute must. Click here to learn about how you can build a strong safety culture for your club from the ground up.
Congratulations on forming your new club! Now what? Keeping the momentum going after your first year of operations is important. We’ll take a look at what is important to keep your club members engaged and happy long after the honeymoon phase.
The best run flying clubs are often those that make a concerted effort to plan in a strategic manner—usually by holding recurrent strategic planning sessions dedicated to this task. These sessions allow clubs to talk out and decide upon long-term goals, and to solicit ideas for the future.