The volunteer learning journey lifts and inspires members, and alleviates the stress of chapter leaders and staff who are constantly worrying about the leadership pipeline. It provides a framework for training members and developing their skills so they’re prepared to take the next step in their volunteer and leadership journey.
What do your association executives hear when you say chapter member engagement?
How can we use volunteer motivations and personas to drive learning? Join us for a conversation about rethinking our approach to volunteer training so we can retain volunteers and develop future leaders.
Do you have data-driven strategies for communicating the positive impact of your chapters?
While there’s no guarantee, experience suggests that “if you measure it, they will do it,” so let’s be sure we measure the right stuff.
We’re returning to AGC and the remaining three phases of a successful chapter benchmarking project: sharing that data, providing resources, and supporting their growth with chapter leader training and development.
Let’s get into the nitty-gritty of a chapter benchmarking project, starting with a well-designed chapter self-assessment tool.
You want data that truly reflects chapter performance and progress toward mutual goals. Here's five prerequisites for a successful project.
Let’s say you collect a lot of chapter data and share it with chapter leaders, then what? How do they use it? How do you use it?
What’s the outlook for in-person chapter events in 2021 and how do we help chapter leaders decide whether to host an in-person, hybrid, or virtual event?
Outlook for in-person chapter events in 2021 and how to help chapter leaders decide whether to host an in-person, hybrid, or virtual event.
Chapter leaders are eager to get back to in-person meetings. But are in-person events a responsible and viable option for the near future?
We’re at the beginning of a new year, and opportunity abounds us. We know chapters are more relevant than ever.
Dive into three real “bright spot” stories from associations that have discovered positive exceptions among their chapters.
Giving feedback to volunteers is a tricky situation and often fails to produce the outcome we need. The same could be said about giving feedback to staff or your supervisors. We explore a technique that shifts the outcome by shifting the focus.
In this moment of disruption and shift, our world is noisier than ever. Often, our ability (and that of our organizations) to thrive through this time is only possible by having essential, but difficult, conversations.
Beth Z, a technology and productivity guru, shares specific tools on which she relies to maximize her personal and professional productivity.
What would we do without volunteers? They’re our sun, our moon, our STARS! But what about when it doesn’t go as planned?
When we look across our chapters, we often see that the best performers aren’t necessarily those with the best or most resources. So, what are the truly meaningful attributes of our best performing chapters, and most importantly, how can we help our lesser performing chapters find that secret sauce that drives their better-performing peers?
When confronted with a dark spot, (aka “problem”), we tend to focus all our attention on the problem hoping to identify exactly what’s wrong so we can fix it.
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