Mon.Jun 17, 2019

Trouble Getting Replies from Prospects?

Moery Company

If you have ever worked in sales, you know one of the biggest frustrations of the job is never getting a reply. You call first thing in the morning, you email after dinner time, you leave a voicemail followed immediately by an email and no response.

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30 Post-Event Survey Questions (+ Why They Matter)

Wild Apricot

Looking for the perfect post-event survey questions to get feedback on your event? Here are 30 you can use as, well as some best practices for structuring your event survey

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8 Tips for Recruiting High-Quality Webinar Speakers

Blue Sky eLearn

What is the most important part of a webinar presentation? Of course, the timing, technology, and ease of use for the learner are super important, but the absolute most important part to the success of your webinar is the content and subject matter expert (SME).

Podcasts: Why Members Hire Associations

Potomac Core

Dan Varroney. Why Members Hire Associations – Potomac Core Consulting is pleased to announce that its President & CEO, Dan Varroney is being featured in a series of three podcast episodes.

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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.

Bring your career center back to life with a career event.

YourMembership Blog

When you hear the term “career event,” what’s the first thing that comes to mind? If you’re like most people, your first thought is a career fair. The reality, though, is that a career event is so much more valuable than the average career fair. A career event is a unique opportunity for professional organizations. The post Bring your career center back to life with a career event. appeared first on YourMembership.

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Are Your Products Aging Like Wine or Forgotten Yogurt?

Association Success

Visualizing your associations’ products throughout their lifecycle can provoke critical conversations. Our members are our consumers. Collectively, they buy millions of products & services (including membership) from our associations every year.

Fostering a Winning Conference Culture

Velvet Chainsaw

I have been struck by the disparity in how an association’s organizational culture translates (or doesn’t translate) to the on-site implementation or planning of its live events. There are many associations that tout their open and supportive cultures.

Two Kinds of Association Executives

Eric Lanke

There are two kinds of association executives. Those that come from the industry their association represents, and those that come from the field of association management. I am the latter.

Phone Interview Best Practices for Both Interviewers and Interviewees

MembersClicks

Phone interviews are a great way to connect with a candidate without the time and effort investment (on both sides!) that an in-person interview requires. If the position you’re hiring for includes time on the phone with those you serve - even better! You get to test drive the experience.

How Much Should Associations Care About Blockchain?

Associations Now

Long the subject of breathless hype, blockchain technology has started to find its way into real-world use cases. A recent whitepaper highlights where associations and their members might come into play. For a while, it seemed like blockchain was everywhere as a buzzword, right?

5 Tips for an Extraordinary Association Golf Scramble

GrowthZone

Your association’s next member golf event can run smoothly – if it is planned correctly. Members likely return to their association golf outing each year to see people they may only see once a year, plus it’s always a fun day to get out of the office.

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Daily Buzz: Why Driverless Cars Might Be the Future of Business Travel

Associations Now

Would you swap flying to your business destination with riding in a driverless car? Also: three key ingredients for your onboarding program. Meetings can be fun, but getting to them—well, that’s another story. Between long security lines, flight delays, and lost baggage, flying can be a hassle.

Choosing an Association Management System (AMS): Common Challenges and Questions

ReviewAMS

By Megan Lopez, Senior Marketing Manager, Personify Earlier this month I wrote about how to master the art of identifying your organization’s wish list of requirements for selecting a new association management system (AMS) or constituent management and engagement. Read more. selection. webinar.

Report: Enterprise AI Struggles to Find Organizational Backing

Associations Now

Many organizations aren’t using enterprise cognitive computing, a type of artificial intelligence, according to a new study, despite much interest. The reason might be a lack of structured strategy.

Working In A Chaos Factory: My advice after Steve Jobs advice to college graduates

Holly Duckworth

Working In A Chaos Factory: My advice after Steve Jobs advice to college graduates When I graduated both high school and college, I guarantee you that the commencement speakers did not talk about chaos.

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Semiconductor Alliance Takes Steps to Grow Leadership Roles for Women

Associations Now

The Global Semiconductor Alliance will aim to bring more women into the field with its Women’s Leadership Initiative, backed by leaders at companies such as AMD, ARM, Nvidia, Qualcomm, and Intel.

WEB Network: The Well-Being and Equity Bridging Network

Beth Kanter

I have been working on an exciting project along with dream team of network thinkers and people who are excited about the idea of how collective action drives health in our communities. I want to share it with you.