APMA VISION DAY 2019
The APMA will be holding a strategic planning session in November and we’d love your feedback and ideas to shape the APMA of the future.
Why hold a vision day?
> Discuss where we’d like to be in the future and reverse engineer towards that goal.
Ie Forward planning of the APMA 3 - 5 - 10 - 20 years into the future.
> Tighten up on strategy and planning.
> We’ve previously held a think tank and it produced excellent ideas, but this did not include succession planning for new councils to continue to implement. We’re excited to be seeing this set down on paper to ensure future councils can continue to move the association towards these goals.
How would it work?
This day would be for us to all be clear on where the association is heading, will produce clear task outcomes and planning, and also help future councillors direct their energy and enthusiasm into creating forward movement so the association can continue becoming better and better.
This will help us be more proactive, planned, and organised with a clear framework for the future and how to get there. It has the added benefit of making it easier for the next team of councillors to continue working towards these goals.
How can I be involved? Just answer some simple questions to assist us on the day:
1. How do you envision the APMA in 5, 10 and 20 years’ time?
2. What is important to you as a member?
3. What do you think is the most service we provide?
4. What would you like to see us do in order to become a better or more effective organization? Think in terms of opportunities.
5. How should the association and education offerings look in the future?
6. Do you have any other thoughts or ideas that will help in our future planning?
Please submit your feedback in writing by Tuesday 29th October 2019 to the APMA Administrator via email firstname.lastname@example.org - click on this link and answer the questions!
If you’d like to have your say, simply answer the questions above and hit reply.
For our members, and for the future of Pilates.
Melanie Trapman – on behalf of the APMA Council