It’s not uncommon for a club to get into a funk. Morale becomes low and attendance dwindles. Don’t worry – you can turn things around! Use these tips to get your members excited about Key Club all over again.
Positive Post-its. Focus on “club” accomplishments instead of “individual” callouts. Encouraging the club as a team unifies your members and promotes togetherness. Ask your members to place their positive posts on a designated board and set aside time for someone to read all the notes aloud.
Utilize and encourage positive social media posts. Instead of reflecting on (and venting about) negative experiences, encourage the importance of positive or uplifting social media messages. After a productive meeting or successful service event, share your happiness online. This also lets non-members see how awesome the club is and inspires them to join.
Club bonding opportunities. Take time to bond with each other. Knowing and understanding your fellow members builds a stronger club. Tie-dye socks to wear at your next service event or create friendship bracelets as reminders of the incredible bond you share. Pinterest is a great resource for other fun ideas.