Norm Spitzig, MCM, a respected leader and speaker in the world of private club management, will answer these questions and more in a lively and stimulating interchange.
Master Club Advisors Senior Partner Norm Spitzig has recently updated and expanded his most popular professional development offering.
Based upon his
nationally acclaimed and highly successful Board Orientation & Training program, Successful Leadership Models in the Private Club Industry: A Partnership between the Board of Directors and the General Manager offers an in-depth look at the "best private club governance practices" currently in use.
As part of the program, the "new CMAA leadership model" is presented and examined through the eyes of a veteran industry leader. (Norm was a member of the Task Force that developed and refined CMAA's new leadership paradigm.)
Like its predecessor, this program is most effective either as a CMAA Chapter/Regional presentation for both Club Directors and General Managers or as a seminar for individual Club Boards.
, "Club Directors like this program because it helps them better understand, in a practical and understandable manner from a neutral third party, their specific duties as directors.
"My ultimate goal in this effort is really quite simple," Norm
Presented by the two active Executive Search Partner of Master Club Advisors - Norm Spitzig, MCM - this updated program offers candid, current and practical career information, based upon real life experiences, with regards to what candidates for manager, general manager and/or chief operating officer positions in the private club industry can do to maximize their chances to be successful in their search.
Both speakers present a segment of the program - after which follows a general "question and answer session.
The revised presentation includes highlights of the latest in compensation and operational trends in the private club industry based on the information gathered in Master Club Advisors' acclaimed Symposiums.
has developed this highly interactive seminar as a result of their growing success in placing General Managers at great private clubs around the country.
Norm Spitzig, MCM has a new addition to the growing list of Master Club Advisors professional development offerings to CMAA, CSCM and CMAE Chapters.
This seminar will answer the key questions associated with a manager's possible move from a traditional member-owned club operation to a developer-owned one.
In particular, Norm
will address the history and growth of developer-owned clubs and management companies in the private club industry as well as provide insight on the advantages and disadvantages of career opportunities in non-member owned club facilities.
, having "been there, done that," offer candid, current and practical information based on real life experiences on what both developer and management companies look for when recruiting General Managers.
Master Club Advisors Principal & Senior Partner Norm Spitzig, MCM has recently updated one of his most popular professional development offerings.
This program, based upon information systematically and anecdotally gathering in during General Manager search assignments, Symposium gatherings and Board Leadership Orientations, presents the very latest trends and greatest operational ideas in the world of private clubs.
This newly revised program has already attracted the attention of several CMAA and CSCM Chapters around North America.
Internationally recognized as an eloquent and visionary veteran of and spokesman for the private club industry, Norm is a magna cum laude graduate of Boston College and holds a Masters Degree from Ohio State University.
His professional career began at the renowned Scioto Country Club in Columbus, Ohio, and led to successful general manager positions for nearly three decades at prestigious private clubs in Ohio, Indiana, Minnesota and Florida.
groundbreaking book Perspectives on Club Management - now 18 years old - continues to inspire and challenge club directors, managers and students around the world.
Norm's leadership and professional contributions to the Club Managers Association of America
(CMAA) have been varied and significant.
Elected a National Director of CMAA in 1989, he served as National President in 1995 - the same year he became one of the six original general managers to earn the prestigious lifetime Master Club Manager (MCM) designation.
Punctuated with humor and the personal experiences of a "insider," Norm
entertains and teaches his
audiences the lessons that successful leaders learn from the world of private clubs - life lessons in ethics and personal responsibility that are applicable and translatable to all business situations.