The Big Picture: Ethics as a Recruitment Tool

The Big Picture

Help Jeff Change This » September 12, 2006. Ethics as a Recruitment Tool. Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Ethics as a Recruitment Tool : Comments. Continuing Education. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Talking to Strangers | Main.

The Big Picture: Help Jeff Change This

The Big Picture

« Ethics as a Recruitment Tool | Main. | Out and About at the Tri-State Conference » October 12, 2006. Continuing Education. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. Help Jeff Change This. I voted for Jeffs manifesto at ChangeThis - if youre an association executive you should do the same.

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The Big Picture: Talking to Strangers

The Big Picture

Ethics as a Recruitment Tool » August 18, 2006. Posted by: John Wagner | August 19, 2006 at 02:31 PM. Continuing Education. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Ask a Working Woman | Main. Talking to Strangers.

Long Live Your Education Sessions: How To Repurpose, Reuse and Recoup Meeting Costs

Tom Morrison

By repurposing, repackaging and reusing content, it has enhanced our member engagement and increased our revenue per member from $1,500 in 2006 to $2,200 in 2013. That is 100 new members we did not have to recruit! Remember this… it is more cost effective to convince your current members to spend their money on meaningful programs than it is to recruit new members. Educations and training, done right, can be like printing money for any association.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 7.21.17

Reid All About it

Instructional designers can create educational spaces for our learners in virtual environments that let them explore “what if?” I can vouch that it’s led to incredible growth in his personal and professional network, as well as ideas that have contributed to creating over 1,500% growth in his association since he started attending Annual in 2006. Presenter: Jeff Hurt, executive vice president, education and engagement, Velvet Chainsaw Consulting.

Realignment #4: The New Engagement – from Participation to Connection

SocialFish

Strategically engaging decision makers, for example, is far more likely to result in retention than having to coax, educate, and convince them of the value of your membership for their employees. From Recruitment to Development and Retention. The problem is that inside-out associations are wired to produce and sell products—membership, educational programs, insurance, exhibition space—rather than to grow and manage relationships.