Here are six steps to identifying a chapter bright spot and figuring out how it happens so you can help other chapters replicate that success.
Bright spots provide a doable road map for chapter leaders. They prove that other chapters have followed this approach and found success.
A move to virtual chapter operations means there are a multitude of tedious details to sort through. We take a step back to look at big picture ideas and themes.
Don’t miss out on revenue from cancelled in-person events. Create marketing opportunities to secure sponsors for your chapter’s virtual events.
When chapter events have to be cancelled or postponed, the result can be less sponsorship revenue. Here’s how to use virtual events to retain or even gain revenue opportunities.
Just because a chapter event is virtual, doesn’t mean planning goes out the window. Let’s dive into how to help chapters get set up for virtual event success.
Introduce chapters to new formats for virtual education including virtual conferences, webinars, podcasts and more.
Tips for creating opportunities for authentic social connections during a period of virtual chapter operations.
Establish a set of guidelines to keep virtual communication with chapter leaders clear and concise during times of crisis.
Strategies to help chapters cope with virtual governance including remote communication, event challenges, and revenue concerns.
Chapter members’ needs and interests change depending on their academic standing. Are your chapters keeping up with their journey?
We're sharing proven technology that you can implement and communication solutions that are ready and waiting for your organization to implement.
How deploying the use of universal tech solutions can mean big benefits for both your organization and your members: talking engagement, security and more.
As a chapter leader, you're no stranger to hard work. Here's useful tools and templates for managing the varied responsibilities of every chapter leader.
Deploy pre and post-event marketing techniques to make the most of your chapter events. Here's how to promote your next event and collect attendee feedback.
Simplify your chapter’s event budget, venue selection, registration and sponsorships. Let's discuss 4 essential tasks when planning a chapter event.
Don’t leave your new members hanging after recruitment. Use these onboarding techniques to build positive relationships that last long after initiation.
Social media is a great way to attract new members, but are you harnessing it for your current members? Let’s discuss the benefits of social media, LinkedIn subgroups, and remote meetings.
We'll walk you through how to use branding, email marketing, newsletters, and websites to market the benefits of your chapter.
Run a fair and transparent chapter officer election from start to finish by prioritizing these strategies for an efficient officer election process.
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