Providing professional development resources and support for your younger members can really raise the bar on your association’s membership success.
The first few months after they join your association, a new member is evaluating whether they made the right choice. Has membership met their expectations?
Survey says member renewal rates increase from 62 percent to 68 percent after the implementation of a new member onboarding (engagement) plan. See why.
When you look for inspiration from the same sources all the time, the ideas you generate can feel stale. Perhaps the solution involves uncovering fresh ideas in new places.
Who are the membership experts at your association? Chapter are expected to know. Give them the boost they need by providing member recruitment training.
Your chapter leaders can’t give enough attention to their organization’s digital presence, particularly their website and email marketing. Here's a few tools to help ease the membership recruitment process.
Showing your chapters some love is a winning strategy for driving engagement at all levels of your organization. Why? Because chapters create the stickiest type of member interactions—local engagement. Join us to learn simple ways you can show your chapters some love and help address the often contentious National-chapter relationship woes.
When it comes to member recruitment, chapter intentions are good, but execution? Not much. We share ideas for member recruitment resources and strategies.
Rick Grimm, from NIGP, shares the importance of establishing a regular feedback loop with chapter leaders, so they understand how to support them.
If you’re like most component relations professionals I know, your main goal at work is to find ways to help your local chapters grow. Read these ideas!