Thu.Nov 07, 2019

5 Examples Of Nonprofit Social Media Strategies (And What You Can Learn From Them)

Wild Apricot

Trying to develop a social media strategy for your nonprofit? Here are 5 great examples that you can use to get inspired

Partnership v. Membership: ROI

Spark Consulting

Lewis’s latest post in our ongoing, irregular series addresses making sponsorship offerings more valuable to your corporate supporters: understand what’s motivating them, structure the relationship to address their specific business needs, and offer different levels of investment.

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How to Get Your Staff (And Volunteers) to Speak Up in Meetings

MembersClicks

Meetings tend to get a bad rap, but that’s really only when attendees feel like their time was wasted. When everyone’s time is well spent, I think we can all agree that meetings can be incredibly valuable, especially when brainstorming is involved!

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“Buddy Check” Program Encourages Veterans To Reconnect With One Another

Associations Now

The American Legion found the Buddy Check program was so successful when it first tried it earlier this year that it will now be a twice-yearly endeavor—including during the week of Veterans Day. Veterans Day is an important holiday for a lot of associations and nonprofits focused on vets.

AMC-Managed Organizations are More Stable than Standalone Organizations

Why do organizations managed by Association Management Companies outperform standalone organizations? This paper seeks to answer that question through the results of a study examining the rates of change in the length of chief staff executive tenure and changes in office locations of membership-based organizations between 2009 and 2015.

Is your association ready for a culture change?

Association Success

During SURGE Growth this fall, we sat down with business coach, author and speaker John Spence to talk about organizational culture. He taught us that every organization has a culture — from the quiet offices where no one talks to the boisterous workplaces with a happy hour every Friday. .

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Is your association ready for a culture change?

Association Success

During SURGE Growth this fall, we sat down with business coach, author and speaker John Spence to talk about organizational culture. He taught us that every organization has a culture — from the quiet offices where no one talks to the boisterous workplaces with a happy hour every Friday. .

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A Look at the Event Industry’s Tech Skills Gap

Associations Now

New research reveals that many meeting planners don’t think they have the skills or knowledge to make informed decisions about event tech investments. Is there a way to close the gap?

We Need More Introductions in Associations

Smooth The Path

My house is just the right age that everything is breaking, and we recently moved in, so we’re doing some remodeling. Some days we have many people working on the house all at the same time. Monday was one of those days.

Daily Buzz: There’s No Perfect Time to Give Employee Feedback

Associations Now

Waiting for the right moment to give a performance review? It won’t come. Also: The importance of introductions to strengthen your community. For many employees, feedback is motivating.

Science Group Expands Reach With New E-Newsletter for Non-Scientist Members

Associations Now

Looking to bring more value to its non-scientist members and the general public, the American Association for the Advancement of Science recently launched Science on Tap , a newsletter that curates the week’s scientific news in an easy-to-digest format.