Our engagement resources pave the way to help chapters and members build a mentoring program, increase member recruitment, and more.
The volunteer learning journey helps you visualize volunteer and association needs and desires for each level of volunteering—from first-time volunteer to board member.
As members move along the volunteer pathway, they develop the skills and experience needed for the task at hand and can see what competencies they need to move to the next level of volunteering—the topic of this post.
We explain how volunteer scenarios and training gap analysis can help you identify the type of content you need to develop and offer to prepare members for volunteering and leadership.
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.
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.
By Paige Kooiker
On May 26, we’ll talk about what we’re benchmarking (or not) and why. 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.
In-person, virtual or hybrid? That question is an ongoing conversation between associations and their chapters that is often complicated by differing state restrictions and the comfort levels of members regarding in-person events, leaving associations with no clear answers.