Virtual chapters sounds like a great idea, don't they? Let's look at associations that use a virtual chapter to solve their membership challenges.
Whether they’re in your office or working remotely, your association probably has volunteers contributing to projects every day. Here are five things you can do that that go above and beyond what your volunteers are expecting.
During the American Academy of Pediatrics annual chapter summit, volunteers can ask questions and find answers at the chapter services lab.
In this webinar, attendees benefited from asking the hard-hitting questions and learning some new perspectives on some tough chapter challenges.
The first few months after they join your association, a new member is evaluating whether they made the right choice. Has membership met their expectations?
Survey says member renewal rates increase from 62 percent to 68 percent after the implementation of a new member onboarding (engagement) plan. See why.
Showing your chapters some love is a winning strategy for driving engagement at all levels of your organization. Why? Because chapters create the stickiest type of member interactions—local engagement. Join us to learn simple ways you can show your chapters some love and help address the often contentious National-chapter relationship woes.
The International Coach Federation onboards new members using a live webinar to introduce them to key benefits and services. See how they do it.
The New Member Engagement Study explores questions from association professionals on new member onboarding, orientation, and welcoming programs.
In many associations, the chapter/National relationship had degenerated into an “us vs. them” pattern. Let’s focus on how you can shift the chapter mindset.