The New Jersey Society of CPAs recruits volunteers with a business card that removes the barriers to getting involved. A mission to engage members.
Our volunteer resources focus on helping chapters and members with engagement, volunteer turnover, incentives, onboarding, 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.
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.
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.
This is a guest post by Peggy M. Hoffman, CAE, President and Association Manager for Mariner Management, an association management company and consultancy. During Peggy's ASAE session on August 8th, she shares 5 characteristics of an effective chapter model.
How do you measure the effectiveness of your association’s chapters and components and their impact on your mission? Get started with this list of key performance indicators for component relations professionals. How do you know if you are hitting the mark and making a difference as a CRP? By using chapter KPIs.
New structural changes at an association will mean helping volunteers to take on new roles and understand the reasons for the change. Here's now to make the transition as painless as possible.