Meet the Team – Emma Greenwood, Marketing and Communications Intern

Moery Company

The post Meet the Team – Emma Greenwood, Marketing and Communications Intern appeared first on The Moery Company. Communications Marketing associations emma greenwood marketing meet the teamHi everybody!

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Really Great Team Communication Follows These 12 Guidelines

Wild Apricot

These 12 guidelines by two leading communications experts can help you create really great team communication in your organization. Team-Communication

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Meet the Team – Jackie Bessette, Business Development Manager

Moery Company

I found my focus mostly in membership and communications, that’s what I enjoyed the most, and I had the awesome opportunity to work with a variety of industries: food, science, technology, retail, manufacturing, and distributing.

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Tips for Remotely Managing Your Team

Moery Company

We have been heavy users of texting, Slack, Microsoft Teams, and other teleconferencing tools such as video conferencing. I think it’s really good, in this time, to stay connected with your teams. Set really clear expectations for your team members.

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Grace Lynch joins The Moery Company’s Business Development Team

Moery Company

The Moery Company (TMC) is pleased to announce the newest member of the Business Development team, Grace Lynch. We are excited to have Grace join The Big Red M’s sales team to accelerate the growth of our clients’ membership and sponsorship revenues,” says President, JP Moery.

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Advice for Associations to Succeed in 2020 – Four Tips to Effectively Manage a Small Team

Moery Company

Here at The Moery Company we have learned a lot over the past ten years of what it means to run a successful business with a small team. Here are four keys that have helped us have a productive and rewarding work environment: Key #1: Team Culture.

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Communication Etiquette in a Distributed Workforce

Achurch

In a remote or distributed workforce, arguably, the most important rules are around communication etiquette. It is vital to establish a communication etiquette that is accessible and universally applied across your organization.

10 Association Communications Stats with Tips to Reach Younger Members More Effectively

Higher Logic

The sooner associations wake up to the reality that their multigenerational membership base isn’t going to retain itself with an outdated communications strategy, the sooner they can break through to emerging generations and maximize overall engagement and retention. You’re on the same team.

Meet the Team – Kerry Doyle, Director of Salesforce

Moery Company

I also help the sales team with our strategic communications and provide data and analytics that improve our sales. The post Meet the Team – Kerry Doyle, Director of Salesforce appeared first on The Moery Company.

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The Moery Company is Growing – Join Our Team!

Moery Company

Excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills. It is vital that you display excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to engage and connect with a wide range of potential clients. Excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills. The post The Moery Company is Growing – Join Our Team! Job Information : Sales Associate . Location : Alexandria, VA. Job Status/Type: Full Time, Employee.

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Align your sales team with your marketing team for results

HighRoad Solution

Most associations don’t have a traditional sales department, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have a sales team. Association sales teams may be diverse and diffuse, but they still work like a team in a for-profit business. Bringing marketing and sales teams together takes effort and communication, but it can be done. Throughout your organization, there are people who work hard on recruitment, engagement, and event attendance.

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How Communications Teams Can Help Boost Nondues Revenue

Associations Now

A recent report from Naylor finds most communications teams are concerned they don’t generate enough nondues revenue. Association communications teams can play an important role in generating nondues revenue, according to Naylor Association Solutions’ 2019 Association Communications Benchmarking Report [registration]. While the report highlighted general trends in communications teams, it also dug into their role in generating nondues revenue. “[T]here

3 Ways to Strengthen Communication Using Smart Member Data

Higher Logic

Member engagement drives retention, and communication is the key to boosting engagement. Data-driven and unified communication strategies are the best way to ensure you and your members get the most out of your program. There are a few essential elements to consider as you develop smarter communication strategies for your membership program. Ensure effective communication with member self-service options. Ensure Effective Communication with Member Self-Service Options.

Your 5-Step Guide to a Streamlined Member Communications Schedule

Higher Logic

On top of this, your events team sent out two reminder emails. If so, interdepartmental silos might be keeping you from an effective member communications schedule. Member communications often hover between extremes like this - too much and too little, or both. But too often, departmental silos and lack of communication tip the balance toward extremes. Align Your Staff for an Effective Member Communications Schedule. Use the same communication tools.

Cut through communication clutter

Aaron Wolowiec

As a writer and professional communicator, nothing (O.K., well, not very much) is more frustrating than people who can’t communicate. But seriously…communication is a hard gig for most companies, especially with the advent of social media. Communication is everywhere. So it’s not really a surprise that associations continue to struggle with effective communication, according to Naylor’s 2015 communication benchmarking study.

How redundant communication can combat miscommunication

Association Success

Associations should embrace the power of redundant communication. When things are in flux, leaders should be prepared to inform their teams what’s going on — and then tell them again, and again. . Managers who regularly welcome honesty can open the door to better communication.

Communicating Effectively During Interesting Times: Elizabeth Garman, APIC

Association Adviser

An interview with Elizabeth Garman of APIC about her team's efforts to guide members and healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The post Communicating Effectively During Interesting Times: Elizabeth Garman, APIC appeared first on Association Adviser.

What Makes a High-Performing Team?

Higher Logic

Whether it was sports teams or other team-oriented extracurriculars, many of us spent a good chunk of our adolescence learning how to function on a team.As No matter what you do professionally, almost everyone needs to work in a team at some point. But building a high-performing team in a professional setting can be pretty tricky. Part of creating a high performing team has to do with the people involved, but that’s not all. Proactive Communication.

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Set Your 2017 Communications Resolutions Now

Association Adviser

However, the time for planning your association’s New Year’s marketing and communications resolutions is now. Outline a clear vision for your association’s communications. Whether you have a staff of two or 20, creating a communications plan will ensure your entire team is working from the same playbook and effectively using your time and resources. Naylor and Association Adviser recently released its Association Communications Benchmarking Survey.

Personality Tests and the ‘I’ in Team

Association Adviser

CliftonStrengths uses four domains to describe how people and teams use their combined skills to be well accomplished. Relationship Building: Can your team count on you to make a lasting impression? Personality tests like the CliftonStrengths Assessment aid in building a bond between your team leaders and other associations. The post Personality Tests and the ‘I’ in Team appeared first on Association Adviser.

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Higher Logic Joins Team Rubicon to Tackle Community Disaster Response in Houston

Higher Logic

HIGHER LOGIC CARES: Through our 2019 Charity Program, we sent a group of nine staff volunteers to Houston, Texas, in May 2019 to assist Team Rubicon in disaster response efforts. The same could be said for Team Rubicon, though their core motto is “Disasters are our business. Founded in 2010, Team Rubicon has deployed across the United States and around the world to provide immediate relief to those impacted by disasters and humanitarian crises.”. Who is Team Rubicon?

The key to successful CSM/planner collaboration is communication

Aaron Wolowiec

Ultimately, the key to a successful relationship with your CSM is communication. Following are a couple of tried and true tips guaranteed to help you communicate more effectively with your convention services manager. This type of signage may or may not be permitted by your property’s management team. That’s why communication with your CSM prior to your function is the single most important resource you can leverage as a planner. Kelly Van Dyke, CMP.

What Does a Modern Marketing Team Look Like?

Association Adviser

If your organization is constantly expanding its offerings, team organization can be a juggling act to logically recalibrate your team so that all available skill sets are effectively covering your marketing activities. But clearly delineating marketing roles on your team is imperative to running an effective marketing operation for three reasons: The skillsets required to be an effective marketer are always evolving.

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What it’s like for associations to work with the Nimble AMS team

Nimble AMS

As a member of the Nimble AMS consultant team, I help our new clients implement their new association management software (AMS) system. That’s why our consultants team gets to know you extremely well. Communicating clearly and honestly.

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What Does a Modern Marketing Team Look Like?

Association Adviser

If your organization is constantly expanding its offerings, team organization can be a juggling act to logically recalibrate your team so that all available skill sets are effectively covering your marketing activities. But clearly delineating marketing roles on your team is imperative to running an effective marketing operation for three reasons: The skillsets required to be an effective marketer are always evolving.

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Snow day productivity: Briefer, clearer, funner communications

Aaron Wolowiec

Both Kristen and I, together with the Event Garde team, appreciate you following our blog, sharing your comments and post ideas and paying forward those posts that resonate with you most. This year I’m recommending in your communications with members that you simply emphasize brevity and clarity. It means sending fewer communications (electronic and print) that are consistently branded in both look and tone. Likewise, I’m advocating for clearer communications.

The Anatomy of an Effective Customer Community Team

Higher Logic

The list goes on, which is why customer communities function best with diverse teams that bring together experts from different departments. Putting together this kind of team isn’t easy. Exactly who’s involved will depend on your business and its goals, but to help you start planning your ideal team, we put together a list of five people who always have something to contribute. Leadership Team. Build a Flexible, Open Community Management Team.

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How to integrate communications at your membership body

Optimist Consulting

I recently read ‘ One Voice – A Best Practice Guide to integrated communications ’, which is a great free guide from CharityComms, the charity PR and marketing professionals membership body. The value of taking a more integrated approach with communications is to ensure that all your audiences (members, trustees, event attendees, customers, service users, volunteers, MPs, policy makers, the press) receive an underlying, consistent and clear message about your organisation.

6 top tips for how to talk to your trustees about your communications work

Optimist Consulting

While some boards understand the role and remit of their communications team and actively seek their help, the report illustrates that some boards do not share this interest in communications, and it offers ideas to overcome this and work effectively with your trustees. Good communications lessens potential risks and strengthens reputation. Improve access to your board: Identify a communications champion and encourage them to attend board meetings in person.

The ‘Duck, Duck, Goose’ Aspect of Association Communications

Association Adviser

These are just some of the questions that plague association leaders and communications experts when figuring out how to best interact with members – and encourage members to respond in kind. 1 in 2018, to be exact, according to the 2018 Association Communications Benchmarking Report. The first step in communication is research – figuring out what type of information your members are interested in. is a communication challenge.

Starting a Sales Career in a Global Pandemic

Moery Company

I joined the Moery Company’s business development team in mid-February, just before the global pandemic turned the association world upside down. I, and the entire team, were in “opportunity” mode. Business Development Sales business development team

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Technology: The Communication Enabler

Association Success

As a systems developer for 10+ years, a manager for about a year, and yes, a huge techy, I have firmly come to believe in the importance of technology for assisting in building bridges and opening communications between people. Communication is the golden ticket to fixing a siloed culture, improving connections, and fostering transparency across an organization. Leadership teams need someone to bridge the business-IT gap and keep up with the startling advances being made every day.

What Kind of Employees are Associations Looking to Hire Now?- Ask JP #052

Moery Company

A few years ago, specialization looked like communications person, event person, marketing person or salesperson. Association Business Strategy Business Development Business Practices #assnchat Adaptability ask jp association associations performance success team culture winning

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Employee Spotlight: Heather Hughes, Marketing Communications Specialist

Protech

By The Protech Team . When the COVID-19 pandemic brought in-person events to a halt in early 2020, the Protech marketing team joined so many others in the association community in scrambling to shift gears.

Leading During an Epidemic: Communicating With Staff and Members

Associations Now

How do you communicate with staff and members? How do you effectively communicate your response to the crisis with staff, members, and other stakeholders? In the ever-changing landscape brought on by coronavirus, leaders have had to triage their communication priorities.

Segmenting Members Leads to More Relevant Communications – and More Memberships

Association Adviser

Last year’s survey results revealed that associations are communicating with members more frequently and via more channels than at any time since we began this survey in 2011. On average, associations communicate with members an estimated 31 times per month (via print, online, social media and video) vs. 30 times per month in 2016 and 26 times per month in 2015. Other outsourced communication functions include magazines, directories and social media.

Managing the Communications Plan for Your Association’s Virtual Event

Protech

By Heather Hughes, Marketing Communications Specialist. B ut b efore we dig into the technology, staff preparation and other elements of our conference , we wanted to cover one of the first steps in transitioning to a virtual event: communication. .

What Executive Teams Need Now

Associations Now

Effective teams demand flexibility and creative thinking now. Executives want team players—that’s a truism so true that it hardly bears much attention. But the definitions of “team player” and “collaborate” can be fluid, and these days much of the business literature seems to have shifted the meaning away from consensus-building and toward a capacity to reckon with uncertainty. It’s one thing to serve on a team and call that evidence of being a “team player.”

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10 Ways to Communicate Better with Instagram

Association Adviser

It is easy and inexpensive to get started with Instagram, but integrate it with the rest of your member communication platform for the biggest impact. Kelly Donovan is the team leader for online marketing at Naylor, LLC. Features Marketing & Communications communication digital events Facebook Instagram members millennials photos social media Twitter By Kelly Donovan. By now you have most likely heard of Instagram, the photo- and video-sharing app founded in Oct.

The Art and Science of Building a High Performing Team – Part 2

Achurch

Building, leading, and sustaining teams that perform at a high level is both an art and a science… just like parenting. You officially have a high performing team of soon-to-be adolescents on your hands! Look back at the story and you’ll notice eye-contact, a balance of listening and talking, bringing outside conversations back into the team, and a willingness to go outside for advice. All of these are aspects of a high-performing team.

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