Resources

McMahon’s Insights For Approving Major Projects

The process must begin right and end right with good communications. Every project should begin with the membership survey that assures members’ ownership and support…

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Open the Gates, Here They Come.

Gated community clubs are benefiting from a combination of powerful forces that will prove to be both transformative and enduring. This is the time for leaders to reinvent and reinvest so they can position their clubs and communities to blossom over the next decade.  

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Have you Taken the Temperature of Your Members Lately?

Navigating the pandemic and adapting to its ever-changing horizon, has certainly been difficult. But those who will prevail are those who continue to rise to the challenge, listen to their members and provide quality, consistency, and value.

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Why McMahons 1200+ Surveys Are Beneficial to Club Managers

Watch this video of Tom Strutz, Senior Vice President of McMahon Group.

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Getting Members out of Their House and to the Club Will be the Newest Form of Competition Facing Your Club and the Broader Industry

Life is no longer segmented into the neat parcels it once was. Rather than serving as a destination where members go to get away from the world, the clubhouse of the future should be an oasis where members go any time of the day or week to socialize, dine, play and recreate.

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Why Private Clubs are Choosing McMahons Strategic Planning Refresher

Watch this video of Bill McMahon, Vice President of McMahon Group.

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6 Major Trends – How they Affect the Club Industry

Watch this video of Bill McMahon, Vice President of McMahon Group.

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Clubs Have Been In Contraction, But There Are Opportunities For Clubs

Watch this video of Frank Vain, President of McMahon Group, explaining why the Board should be visionary in the future planning for their club.

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Very Satisfied Members Create Club Success

A deeper dive into the survey data as shown on the following “Receive Good Value” bar chart reveals that “very” satisfied members are much more likely to feel they are receiving good value for their memberships than those who are just “satisfied”.

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