Members Hire Bold Strategies

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Members Hire Bold Strategies. Part of that boldness is how much their Industry Trade Association Strategic Plan reflects the challenges and business outcomes that members care most about. If not, Members will vote with their feet and go somewhere else. New Mantra: Members Hire Bold Strategies. If there is not a connection between what your Association does and what a member needs to achieve, they are gone, and possibly forever. Members Hire Bold Strategies.

The World of Opportunities for AMCs: A YM Perspective

YourMembership Blog

This week YourMembership.com is “on the road” in Tempe, Arizona attending the 2014 AMC Institute Annual Meeting. These include: How to remain a relevant concern for their members and industry they serve. How the serve an evolving membership, specifically the need to address generational changes within their member structure. And those looking at “free” or low cost solutions are discovering that they often do not serve their members’ needs.

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3 Topics for Medical Society Execs to Watch

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Three overarching topics caught my eye at the upcoming AAMSE Annual conference in Minneapolis : MACRA and the QPP, Member Engagement Strategies, and Professional Development. The Medicare Quality Payment Program (aka MACRA) 201: Know the Details and How to Help Your Members. Further, many of our members may not even be aware of these changes—and if they are, they can feel overwhelmed and uncertain of what to do to be successful. Member Engagement Strategies.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 4.30.21

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They remind us why listening (without interrupting) is so important to the person talking and describe different methods for listening to your members and others in your professional community. Oliver Yandle, JD, CAE, President & CEO, Arizona Society of CPAs.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.5.21

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Jason Cohen , senior manager, member services at ISPOR – The Professional Society for Health Economics and Outcomes Research, invites your participation in a survey on membership campaign practices. Engagement boxes. New Ways to Keep Your Online Attendees Engaged.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 4.23.21

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Member communications. Help yourself and others benchmark member communication efforts and strategies by participating in Association Adviser’s 10th annual Association Communications Benchmarking Survey. More info/register (fee for MPI non-members).

Association Brain Food Weekly: 9.14.18

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I haven’t had time since returning on Wednesday night from our Arizona hiking vacation to do any of my usual work on this week’s Brain Food post. and how to get the right statistics to prevent national and chapter level members from leaving. and how to get the right statistics to prevent national and chapter level members from leaving. – Ultimate Member Engagement: The Power of Data-Driven Decision Making.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 04.26.19

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Every corner of your business is impacted by technology: human resources, hiring, finance, operations, communications, and member engagement. Hear five innovative and engaging use cases to help teams achieve their strategic objectives, making you the true office hero. What if you could use AI to know what your members really want or to create the best conference ever? Member to Volunteer to Leader: How to Attract Your Members to Chapter Leadership Positions.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 1.17.20

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Let’s talk about how to develop the right approaches, policies, and processes to create deep value and impact for our members and all our stakeholders. Johanna Hernandez, administrator in the Office of Innovation & Strategy at the office of the city manager, Tucson, Arizona.

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 6.19.20

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If your association wants to create a more inclusive association, you must identify and remove the barriers standing in the way of a member’s desire to volunteer or serve in leadership , says MemberSuite. How to Go Virtual (While Still Creating an Engaging Experience).

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How Business during COVID-19 is like Gardening

SOS Association

Yes, blackberries in Arizona! Another “weed” that sprung up – how to keep member engagement going in the face of canceled events? For associations, membership is the lifeblood of the organization and everyone wanted to find ways to keep members connected during the changing climate. By Conni Ingallina. President. About Conni. As an urban gardener, there are things that have to be done seasonally to keep the garden growing.

Solutions for Your Membership Conundrum

Association Adviser

Delivering the right value to the right members at the right time. Members tell us we’re sending them too much. The same members tell us they never know about events, professional development opportunities or other benefits to which they’re entitled. These findings from Naylor’s annual association communication benchmarking study also revealed that “Difficulty Engaging Young Professionals ” (56 percent) is now the third most frequently cited challenge, up from No.