Wed.Oct 28, 2020

How to Adapt Your Sales Process for Success in the Current Business Climate

Moery Company

Here’s a sales tactic that will differentiate you: Use a phone first approach. There’s a variety of different reasons why, one being that it’s very effective. We have relied on e-mails to do a lot of the work for us. I still think it’s a vital component and you’re probably going to spend at least 50% of your sales activity on e-mails.

2 Ways to Strengthen Your Membership Referral Program


So you have a membership referral program in place, but the problem is, few people ever take advantage of it. You have it listed on your website, and you include it in your new member welcome packet. What else can you do? What else should you do?


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Reassess Your Membership Segments for 2021 – Association Field Report (October 30, 2020)

Moery Company

My goal is never to make things more difficult for you or to give you busy work, however, there is one thing that I’m starting to see right now as we approach membership renewal season and as we approach the end of 2020. Associations are taking a deeper look at their different membership segments and their individual value propositions because it is possible that they have changed.

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Are you a good leader? Then you have these 3 qualities

Association Success

Good leaders tend to share three key qualities: competence, emotional quotient and adaptability. That’s according to business consultant John Spence , who outlined those attributes in a TEDx talk called “The Leader of the Future ” in 2019.

The Pro’s Guide To Getting The Best ROI From Your New LMS

You need a Learning Management System when your courses and training programs need to be accessible online. Quickly build the perfect business case and easily determine which LMS will provide the best return on investment you need with this how-to eBook!

Give your members a place to connect and collaborate with Nimble Communities

Nimble AMS

Your association needs to continually engage members with each other and with your organization. But how do you connect your members with industry information, networking opportunities, and other membership benefits year-round, especially when you can’t rely on face-to-face activities?

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Introducing ePly Virtual Venue!


Planning events, whether in-person, virtual, or a combination of the two, is hard enough as is. Finding speakers, securing sponsors, coming up with new and creative ways to engage’s s a pretty hefty undertaking (to say the least).

Going Virtual: What We’ve Learned Supporting 2000+ Virtual Events in 6 Months Part II

Blue Sky eLearn

In Part II of our Going Virtual: What We’ve Learned Supporting 2000+ Events in 6 Months series, we spoke with David Ditker, CEO of the Assistive Technology Industry Association came to talk to us while in the midst of preparing for his virtual conference. (If

Calm and collected: 6 steps for board members to reduce tensions in a community


By David C. Wilson, Esq. Community association boards sometimes find themselves at odds with homeowners when carrying out their fiduciary duties and responsibilities.

2020 Considerations: Certification and Digital Credentialing


As more and more learners migrate online and associations expand their LMS offerings, it’s time to consider creating a robust professional development experience by rewarding learners for accomplishing courses or personalized learning paths.

eLearning demand is at an all-time high. Pick the right LMS!

The need for online learning is greater than ever having the right LMS is absolutely crucial. Quickly, easily, and cost-effectively decide which Learning Management System is right for you with this 12-step guide from LMS implementation experts.

All decisions involve risk

Effective Database

All decisions involve risk Whether it's choosing a new AMS or introducing a new product or service, every decision you make involves risk. There are two factors to risk: likelihood (probability of something bad happening) and seriousness. To illustrate: the likelihood of a plane crash is exceedingly small, but clearly, its seriousness is very high. On … All decisions involve risk Read More » Wes's Wednesday Wisdom

Philgorithms: Two Examples of Data Mapping to Guide Donor Decisions

Beth Kanter

As COVID accelerates innovative uses of AI in many areas, we are also seeing more development of AI-powered data mapping tools for philanthropic advising and to support donor investment decisions.