What can you do to alleviate the administrative burden on your chapters?
Get ready to step into the world of joint membership—the bright idea that’s inspiring associations to rethink their traditional membership model.
Learn all about the joint membership model and why you should consider it for your association. Read about the steps to take in deciding whether a joint membership model is right for you. And finally, get tips for implementing this model. I hope you’ll find some ideas that inspire you to challenge the way you support your chapters.
Why It’s the Special Sauce of the Association/Chapter Experience
By now we’ve learned the value of chapters–the face-to-face interaction that’s so important to the member experience. But, the administrative burden on chapters to collect and report membership dues is heavy. The joint membership model maintains the member benefit of local chapters and alleviates some of the administrative burden from chapters. Discover more about the joint membership model.
How to Decide If Joint Membership is Right for Your Association and Chapters
Before you start thinking seriously about a joint membership model, you must first take some steps to determine whether this model is right for your association. We’ve put together some steps to take if you’re considering implementing a joint membership model at your association. Get prepared with these steps.
How to Build a Case for and Implement this Membership model for Your Association and Chapters
Without an effective sales pitch and a comprehensive implementation plan, good ideas die. Joint membership is one of those ideas. It’s important to make sure you, your chapters, and your association leaders are on the same page in making this change. Make it a smooth transition with these tips for implementing a joint membership model. Check out these tips.