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"Many golf course executives and managers say their most valuable asset is the course itself, those acres of green outside their door that members and customers pay good money to enjoy. The most successful executives and managers, however, look past the green and see their people as their most valuable resource." says Henry DeLozier, Principal and Partner at GGA.
"The truth is few companies flourish without smart, creative and engaged employees. That’s why finding, developing and retaining good people with the right skills – what the human resources people refer to as talent – is critical." So how do you go about the hiring process? Learn four steps that will greatly increase the odds of landing the right person for the job.
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September 9, 2020
Budgeting Must Go On
In the wake of COVID-19 business must go on, so too must budgets be developed and approved to give clubs and their managers a roadmap for next year’s operations. Here are five […]
August 31, 2020
Leveraging Differences in the Boardroom
GGA Partners Releases New Whitepaper on Private Club Governance as Part of Thought Leadership Series ‘Leveraging Differences in the Boardroom’ Now Available for Download […]