easy-Speak Advanced Tasks for Club Officers

A series of chapters containing instructions and advice for Advanced Tasks of Club Management

3. Analyse the charts

The Club 'Member Charts'

The club 'Member Charts' provide an overview of what is happening in your club. They give information to help your club officers run a successful and enjoyable club.

There are currently ten charts available, each of which is presented in a format suitable for viewing on a computer screen with an alternative format suitable for printing. To print a chart select the icon called Printable and click Go. easy-Speak then provides a view of the chart ready for printing.

Note: The printable formats do not show selection boxes - use the 'back' button on your web browser to return to the previous screen and make a new selection.

Each of the first six charts charts lists detail about current 'full members' of your club and may be sorted by the date that they joined your club or by name etc.

Three of the charts may be used to 'look ahead' at future meetings. The default choice of 'look ahead' is set in the club control panel but you may change this selection when using the screen.

Note: no data is available for past meetings where the club officers have not yet confirmed actual attendance and role assignments. An error message is displayed and the meeting date coloured red.

All the charts include hot-links back to the member's profile, the meeting detail, the Knowledgebase article about that role etc etc. If it's blue it will take you somewhere relevant if you click on it. 

All of the charts which display icons (rather than words) will also show more detail if you hover with your cursor over the icon. For example, hovering over a speech icon will show the title of the speech and the date that it was presented (or is scheduled to be presented)

Let's take a look at a few of these charts and analyse the displayed information for members of the King Arthur Playground club.

We will take a closer look at the first six charts: 

  1. Roles
  2. Communication
  3. Participation
  4. Roles by member
  5. Roles by meeting
  6. Leadership