How to Recruit and Retain Millennial Employees (Hint: Start by Building Community)

Higher Logic

But for the rest of the businesses out there, convincing Gen Y that your organization is a great place to work isn’t so easy. If you can’t afford (or don’t want) distracting foosball tables, how do you appeal to young professionals? How Online Communities Encourage Collaboration.

Unpacking an Association’s Project Management Bag

Delcor

But now, heading down the trail, you’re confident, excited, and prepared to face whatever the wilderness brings your way. Project managers head into a new project with that same sense of excitement and caution. Let’s see what association project managers carry in their backpacks.

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How to Develop a Membership Plan – Association Hustle Podcast Episode 219

Moery Company

Take a listen to this week’s episode for tips on how to get started, whether you’re starting from scratch or have been in the industry for a while, to reboot your membership plan for a successful 2020 and beyond. Then, I want you to get really narrow.

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Crowdsource Members to Propel Ideas and Projects Forward

Associations Now

The wisdom of the crowd can go to work for your association. At #ASAE19, several speakers explored how associations can use crowdsourcing to generate new ideas and opportunities for member engagement. Recruit members as social influencers.

How To Start a Micro-Advocacy Program in Your Association

Higher Logic

What happens when you combine a passionate segment of your membership with opportunities to make a difference beyond the walls of your association? Similar to a volunteer program , an advocacy program asks members to help with certain projects or initiatives.

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How to Start or Grow Your Online Career Center

Association Adviser

Starting or growing a career management site doesn’t have to be intimidating. However, many associations are hesitant to commit the needed resources and staff time to begin or enhance an online career center because doing so always seems to be a large undertaking.

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Daily Buzz: Rethink Your Recruiting Process

Associations Now

Any new hire has to meet your organization’s expectations both professionally and culturally. To find the right person, you have to tweak the recruiting process. When it comes to recruiting new team members, it’s important to find people who fit your company culture.

How to Mitigate Revenue Losses

Associations Now

There are a number of steps associations experiencing revenue shortfalls can take to reduce the damage. One expert shares how to get started and why it’s important to know your sales history. Whether it’s failing to meet membership goals or advertising projections, it’s not so much if an association will experience a revenue loss, but when an association will experience a revenue loss. Nobody ever wants to be surprised.”. Want to Learn More?

How to Design a Successful Mentoring Program

Association Adviser

Benefits for mentees range from a boost in self-confidence to life-long positive professional impacts, such as learning how to speak up and be heard and understanding how to accept feedback. Recruiting. Should I run a pilot program to test the waters?

Proven Tactics to Recruit, Retain and Unleash Millennial Talent

SocialFish

A vast majority of these Millennials want to work for organizations that foster innovative thinking, develop their skills, and make a positive contribution to society. 50% of Millennials want to work for a business with ethical practices. Provide opportunity to make an impact.

How to Get Your Nonprofit into Local Newspapers

Wild Apricot

With all the buzz about social media, it’s easy to forget that offline media attention can be equally valuable, especially for community-based nonprofits who want to get attention to local projects or recruit local members and volunteers. Challenged by online alternative news sources, print newspapers are slimming down, cutting pages to cut their costs. To save on staff, newspapers increasingly bypass.(

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Stronger by Association: How to Start an Association

AMR Management Services

How to Start an Association. Every now and again, we go through a phase when we get multiple calls or inquiries from individuals looking to start an association or formalize a loosely knit group. objectives in place, the founding affiliates took steps to put their. Pages.

Survey: Charitable Groups Losing More Donors Than They Recruit

Associations Now

The latest Fundraising Effectiveness Project survey revealed that less than half of charitable donors contributed to the same organization two years in a row. That’s a sum any industry or economic sector would be overjoyed to look at — until the offsets are considered.

Know Your Members Through Better Surveys: A How-To Guide

Aaron Wolowiec

When we discuss knowing who our members are, we sometimes speak in nebulous terms, such as “We need to find out what’s best for our members” or “How can we better serve our members?” We tend to put the how or what before the who. From data collection to analysis.

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Unleash the Power of Market Testing in Your Membership Recruitment

Membership Marketing

Unleash the Power of Market Testing in Your Membership Recruitment. In fact, testing may even be more important now because the vast array of options available to marketers. If testing is so important, then how should it be done? ” or “How about?”

The Society for Editors and Proofreaders (SfEP) entry process

Optimist Consulting

We encourage desk editors, project managers and other editorial and proofreading professionals to join, whether they are freelance or employed. The SfEP promotes high editorial standards and works to uphold the professional status of editors and proofreaders.

How to Decide If Joint Membership is Right for Your Association and Chapters

Chapter Chat

The joint membership model is becoming more popular with associations , according to Peggy Hoffman, president of Mariner Management & Marketing. Members pay for both in one dues payment either to the national association or the chapter. What would make them more likely to join both?

How to Build a Case for and Implement Joint Membership for Your Association and Chapters

Chapter Chat

Read Part 2 to learn how to: Find out if joint membership is a good idea for your association. Now, we’ll take our joint membership plan through the steps to implementation. Introduce the joint membership plan to chapters. How much will joint membership cost?

Help! My Nonprofit Needs A Data Nerd and How To Find Them!

Beth Kanter

Yesterday, KD Paine and I delivered an NTEN Webinar on measurement based on the ideas in our new book ” Measuring the Networked Nonprofit: Using Data to Change the World.” charities with economists willing to donate their time.

How to Calculate where your Membership is Headed

Membership Marketing

How to Calculate where your Membership is Headed. And some of them do not realize just how much trouble they may be in going forward. When I meet with groups, I use a simple method to calculate where their membership is headed given their current metrics. Using your current data, you can also do this analysis to see what the ultimate equilibrium of your association membership count will be. Here is how it works. One other thought to consider.

PODCAST | Association Hustle Podcast – Episode 216: Building Strong Relationship between Associations and Consultants

Moery Company

Associations are outsourcing work and will be out sourcing even more in the years to come. Transcript: Hello, and welcome to JP Moery’s Association Hustle Podcast. Today I’ve got some tips for associations and consultants alike: how to manage your relationship.

Short- and Long-Term Strategies for Moving Forward

Moery Company

We have seen several themes come to fruition from the past two months that we wanted to share with you. To be honest, I don’t think the association industry is accustomed to this amount of workload unless it’s during an annual convention or they’re working on a big bill on Capitol Hill.

Building Strong Relationship between Associations and Consultants

Moery Company

I’ve got insights and perspectives that I’d like to share with you on how to better manage your relationships. Too often the client talks in circles about why they need help or making up excuses as to why the association needs the help. We’re going to do it!

Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.1.20

Reid All About it

Here’s a pair of posts about a virtual event format I’ve only recently come around to. I must admit, I was a skeptic about using an avatar to attend an event in a virtual world. 20 great questions to ask right now instead of “How are you doing?”

Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.10.19

Reid All About it

The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… “5G, when fully implemented, is poised to be a very big deal, a far bigger transformation in mobile technology than any previous generational shift. How to use FAQ pages to improve SEO.

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Observations from the Field Including Short- and Long-Term Strategies for Moving Forward – Association Hustle Podcast Episode 228

Moery Company

Association leaders are getting laser focused on delivering great information to their members and are really focused on long-term business projects with their partners while addressing the urgent needs of now. Hello and welcome to JP Moery’s Association Hustle Podcast.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.15.20

Reid All About it

Naylor and Association Adviser’s annual Association Communications Benchmarking Study is now open to association professionals. Your participation will help associations understand how others in the community are navigating communications in the current climate. to 3 p.m.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 12.16.16

Reid All About it

Now that I’m back from the ASAE Technology Conference & Expo , it’s time to get festive. Although, thanks to the good cheer of ASAE attendees and exhibitors, I’ve been feeling pretty festive these past few days. How to Minimize the Perils of DIY Project Management.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 12.13.19

Reid All About it

The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… I just bought a wreath at the farmers market and I’m listening to the Christmas Cocktail Jazz playlist on Spotify. We still have a long way to go.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 12.16.16

Reid All About it

Now that I’m back from the ASAE Technology Conference & Expo , it’s time to get festive. Although, thanks to the good cheer of ASAE attendees and exhibitors, I’ve been feeling pretty festive these past few days. How to Minimize the Perils of DIY Project Management.

Ten Top Tips from the Membership Marketing Benchmarking Report

Membership Marketing

One of the most enjoyable projects that I work on each year is the Membership Marketing Benchmarking Report. As I have noted on this blog, I was very appreciative to have 407 associations participate in the research this year. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook.

Daily Buzz: The Rise of Employee Surveillance Software

Associations Now

Also: How to get lapsed members back to your association. As many transition to remote work, organizations continue to adjust their business operations. It makes sense to keep tabs on what your employees are doing. How can you reengage them?

Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.14.16

Reid All About it

Most webinar hosts send a link to the recording to all registrants. Eastern* – Project Management Techniques for Non-Project Managers (Association Chat on Blab). Project management…it’s an art and a skill. How Are You Engaging Your Young Professionals?

Membership Marketing Blog: Yes Marketing Works

Membership Marketing

The other day, I received a comment from the CEO of an organization that basically said, “Hey, your marketing didn’t work” Marketing done properly provides statistically projectable outcomes that can be done with great precision. If variables are held constant, a mailing list or direct mail package that worked in the past will continue to perform more or less at a predictable level when you allow for some statistical flux. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 11.29.19

Reid All About it

If we haven’t met and you see me walking around, please introduce yourself, I’d love to meet you. They especially get in the way when you’re leading up a project, so thankfully WBT Systems suggests 11 catalysts for cross-departmental collaboration. It’s not often you need to measure.

Introducing the 2020 Community Movers + Shakers

Higher Logic

Our 2020 Community Movers + Shakers are champions of communities, who see the value in the community movement, and we wanted to highlight, honor, and share the work of their creative and innovative minds with the rest of the industry. Congratulations to the 2020 Community Movers + Shakers!

Association Brain Food Weekly: 10.4.19

Reid All About it

MemberSuite shares the secret to retaining new members. It’s a secret worth spilling about what members are really seeking and how to help them find it. In case you were wondering… the complete beginner’s guide to TikTok. How to Accelerate Stalled Agile: Part 1.

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.3.17

Reid All About it

You don’t see many posts about recruiting small businesses for membership , so I was excited to read this one by J.P. He quickly takes on benefits, recruitment tactics and dues for small or start-up businesses. Don’t let that happen to you!

Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.1.19

Reid All About it

On the DelCor blog, Tobin (also a Squiggle) explains how you can use this exercise to reveal and mesh different project team personalities. How’s your association’s relationship with your chapters? It doesn’t have to be difficult. I’m starting to feel old.

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 2.21.20

Reid All About it

We all want to be fair and inclusive, but biases are natural and inevitable. In the last post of their series on chapters in crisis, Billhighway explains how to help chapters recover from and prepare for natural disasters. How’s that, you say?

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