Want More Members? Better Get to Know Them

Association Adviser

Recruit, retain, engage and repeat. 1 response the Texas Society of Association Executives (TSAE) received when it recently asked members to identify their biggest challenges. a report based on online survey responses from 147 associations—as recruiting (63.2%), engaging (62.3%) and retaining (59.6%) were listed as the top priorities for 2013. Finding new members to grow your association, keeping the members you have and engaging them in the process: So how do we do that?

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 4.2.21

Reid All About it

Achurch Consulting and Association Trends have teamed up on the State of Association Workplaces Post-Pandemic Survey , the only survey designed to address the pressing questions association leaders are asking about what “work” will look like post-pandemic. to 7 p.m.


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Association Brain Food Weekly: 7.24.20

Reid All About it

Associations have a role to play in the training, credentialing and lifelong learning market, but few have taken advantage of those opportunities. To get a sense of what your association is missing, take a few minutes to read Jeff’s article and then share it with your staff and board.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 7.17.20

Reid All About it

Design thinking is completely doable when you get it explained to you like WBT Systems does in their post, Design Thinking for Associations: Let’s Take It from Conceptual to Practical. I agree, it’s time to completely rethink how you approach sponsorship. to 2 p.m. –