Understanding your chapter roles in relation to the Parent is important when communicating and reporting. Find the solution to effective communication strategies.
Former CoSN Director of Membership & Chapters, Dresden Farrand, walks us through how her and her team leveraged their components to see great increases in revenue, member retention, chapter acquisition and more. View Slides >>
Why are you here? Components can be challenging! Components are important, don’t know where to start. Measuring direct impact of components.
WHAT MAKES A GOOD COMPONENT?
The framework: Structure + Strength + Sustainability = Strong Component
Sustainability of the model
Shared revenue model
Willingness to build brand awareness
Deliver and invest in products and services
ACQUIRING NEW CHAPTERS
Resources: weak chapters require a lot of work
Eliminate: It’s ok to dissolve a chapter
Effort: Process = huge effort (challenges and obstacles)
Retention: chapters = retention
Leverage: Components = opportunity to leverage, not a structure to manage
Leadership: Leadership development and technical assistance is critical
Board: Changes communicated by the board, not staff
VALUE PROPOSITION & ENGAGEMENT
Simplify: Local component responsibilities simplified
Expertise: Chapter access to expertise = increased value to members
Input: Chapters want acknowledgement and want to provide input
Got Chapters? Billhighway gives component-based organizations the tools to automate and simplify operations while creating data visibility across your entire organization. This empowers you and your chapters to focus more on member value and grow your organization.
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