In case you missed any of our previous webinars, we’ll recap our best tips, tricks and advice from 2016. Watch this webinar to see the top 10 takeaways for chapter-based associations. We’ll talk about learning from other component relations professionals (CRPs), supporting volunteers, setting expectations and more!
Leadership & Management
Our leadership & management resources focus on helping association professionals with topics like awards and incentives, chapter communications, engagement, and more!
Volunteers are often the lifeline of associations, especially when it comes to the chapter and local levels. Here are ways to help set them up for success.
The association for the technical support industry, HDI, has redesigned its volunteer leadership structure to make sure its chapters are getting proper resources from the national body. See how redesigning your volunteer leadership structure could help chapters receive the proper resources from national.
Implementing technology with chapters can be difficult, but it doesn't have to be. Here are some helpful tips we got from our good friends at Aptify.
A variety of legal friction points can arise in parent-chapter relationships, including standards for affiliation; resistance to dues increases; views on the chapters' role in the parent's governance; competition for conference speakers, sponsorship dollars, and donors; and differing policy positions.
Do you find communication to be a big obstacle for your chapter-based association? Chapter collaboration is key in improving the relationship and communication. You’ll hear from the Former VP of Membership & Chapter Relations at FEI, on how to improve collaboration in your organization.
If volunteer turnover, burnout or challenges are part of your association’s daily life, we’re hear to tell you, there is a better way! Walk through the common causes of volunteer challenges along with tactics and strategies to help counteract and get ahead of them in the future.
A new study on association innovation from Marketing General suggests that there’s a distinct line separating associations that are innovative from those that aren’t. Is there some middle ground here? One paragraph in Marketing General’s new survey of innovation in the association space really stands out.
For associations working with regional chapters, figuring out how to effectively manage and support local leadership can be tricky. read how the National Strength and Conditioning Association made to build a better working relationship with its state and regional volunteer network—and reap better results.
For very many association members, ”engagement” will include experiences at the local level and at the national level, through the national association. Identify reasons why finding a chapter and engagement model that allows for national and local collaboration is key to member experience.