Compelling Member Engagement

Potomac Core

Polarization in Washington, DC, and market disruption are opening doors for Associations to create more compelling member engagement experiences for their members. Compelling Member Engagement Using “Pull” and “Push” . Compelling Member Engagemen t.

11 Elements of a Winning Member Engagement Strategy

Higher Logic

The numbers represent speculated percentages of online engagement, with 90 percent of participants only viewing content, 9 percent responding to content, and 1 percent actively participating in the creation of new content. Why is a Member Engagement Strategy So Important?

Can We Talk Member Engagement?

Spark Consulting

As part of the release of the new Spark/ The Demand Networks whitepaper, Leading Engagement from the Outside-In , co-author Anna Caraveli and I had the opportunity to present a webinar for YourMembership.com’s Thought Leader series.

Changing Strategy and Member Engagement

Eric Lanke

I've spent the weeks since that decision in communications mode, trading emails and talking on the phone with a sizable number of our association members who are directly impacted by the change in direction. Associations Member Engagement

Come Chat about Member Engagement

Spark Consulting

Are associations taking a backwards approach to member engagement? Associations have always been “about” engagement of course, and in the past several years, we’ve had a renewed focus on engaging our audiences. Could that be because we’ve been thinking about engagement all wrong, focusing on what we want members to do and how we define value? innovation leadership membership social media whitepaper #assnchat Anna Caraveli engagement KiKi L'Italien

Ringing the Bell for Member Engagement

YourMembership Blog

Member engagement played a big role in the content that was presented in the meeting’s sessions. They were passionate in describing the challenges they are facing and also in their willingness to explore new ideas addressing member engagement. represented ad hoc members.

Do You Need a Member Engagement Strategy?

Smooth The Path

Arlene is a very engaged association member. Because of her efforts a handful, or more, new members join each year. Many of the members Arlene refers, rise to volunteer leadership roles. Like the members she refers, Arlene is no stranger to volunteering.

Member Engagement and Association Building Blocks

Eric Lanke

image source Thanks to my co-presenters, Elizabeth Engel and Peggy Hoffman , and all the folks who joined us at our "Walking the Walk of Deep Member Engagement" learning lab at last week''s ASAE Marketing, Membership and Communications Conference. Because I’ve been one of these members.

Microvolunteering: More Opportunities for Member Engagement

Reid All About it

As life becomes more complex, members have more options for spending their time and, consequently, more demands on their time. We want to engage and serve in ways that are very different than generations before us. Tagged: Association , Leadership , Membership , Nonprofits , Volunteers.

New Member Engagement – Looking For Value Beyond the Welcome Kit

YourMembership Blog

I came across an article recently that was making the case for the undeniable value of the age old new member packet for today’s association. Interesting thought, but I don’t think a new member packet on its own comes close to getting the job done. That’s where member engagement lives.

New Member Engagement Plans Produce Big Results… Slowly

Smooth The Path

The New Member Engagement Study, a collaboration between Dynamic Benchmarking and Kaiser Insights LLC, shows that new member onboarding, orientation, and welcoming plans (we call these New Member Engagement Plans) are very beneficial to associations and their members.

Member Engagement Solution #3: Recognize Volunteer Contributions

Eric Lanke

Ours is focused on member engagement, and you can get an overview of what it is and what we're trying to achieve with it here. I've previously posted on some of the member engagement issues people in the Circle are wrestling with. Member Engagement Associations

Member Engagement vs Engaging Your Members

Slice-Works

Which questions sound more like your association’s internal conversation: How can we get members to buy more of program X, product Y or service Z? OR How can we enable members to achieve the outcomes that matter most to them? How can we get members to help us accomplish this goal?

Eric Lanke: Innovation Circle on Member Engagement

Eric Lanke

Leadership. Member Engagement. Innovation Circle on Member Engagement. Im leading one on Member Engagement. My own focus on Member Engagement arises directly from the challenges facing my own association. Labels: Member Engagement.

Eric Lanke: Issues with Member Engagement

Eric Lanke

Leadership. Member Engagement. Issues with Member Engagement. Ours is focused on member engagement, and you can get an overview of what it is and what were trying to achieve with it here. How do you use social media to engage members?

Member Engagement Solution #6: Provide Structure, But Not Too Much

Eric Lanke

Ours is focused on member engagement, and you can get an overview of what it is and what we're trying to achieve with it here. I've previously posted on some of the member engagement issues people in the Circle are wrestling with. Member Engagement Associations

Evolve Your Association Leadership Style: 3 Practical Ways

MembersClicks

As a leader, you should always be trying to gain new perspectives on how to best engage with your team, otherwise your association might start to feel disconnected. association leadership member engagement member retention Small Staff Chatter

Are You Taking a “Backwards” Approach to Member Engagement?

YourMembership Blog

Engagement has always been at the heart of building and sustaining the connection between associations and their members. The thing is, most of us are still not doing a very good job of engaging our members.

Member Engagement: It’s Not About You (Guest Post)

Jamie Notter

The following is a guest post from Anna Caraveli and Elizabeth Engel, CAE, who have also written a very nice White Paper on engagement (link at the end). Think about a time when you were deeply engaged, when something or someone touched a nerve, and resonated with what truly matters to you or with what you are trying to accomplish in the world. Why are some associations successful in capturing, engaging, and sustaining members, and some, frankly, aren’t?

Q&A: A Balanced Approach to Member Engagement

Association Adviser

Download a recording of “A Balanced Approach to Member Engagement” here. We recommend surveying your members about their demographics and preferences at least once every two years, but preferably once per year. Ask what parts of their membership they value the most and which aspects of their membership they use the most, so you know what keeps them engaged with your association and more likely to renew their membership.

Your One-Stop-Shop Results From the New Member Engagement Study!

Smooth The Path

How would you like to raise the new member renewal rates by 9.7%? New research shows that trade and professional associations greatly benefit when they implement new member onboarding and orientation programs. See how to gain buy-in from leadership and peers despite this obstacle.

Why Scoring Member Engagement Matters, Part 1

SocialFish

—————— This blog post will teach you how to quantify member engagement and leverage that knowledge to make your members happier and your association stronger. Member engagement has always been crucial to the ultimate success of any association.

Why Scoring Member Engagement Matters, Part 3

SocialFish

Deciding on your association’s top strategic priorities leads you to the step of discovering Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that measure engagement of each member relative to those priorities. CES (Composite Engagement Score) makes it easy to do that.

Why Scoring Member Engagement Matters, Part 4

SocialFish

With an awareness of how essential it is to be able to score member engagement, and with an understanding of how to build a CES model, it’s time to implement the CES model you’ve designed. This worksheet will have the member ID, the KPI name, and the KPI value.

Overwhelmed With Tracking Member Engagement? You’re Not Alone

Associations Now

A new report on associations’ membership-metrics practices shows strong desire but low success in measuring member engagement, and not a lot of strategic guidance, either. So, member-engagement tracking is a hot topic.

Why Scoring Member Engagement Matters, Part 2

SocialFish

Choosing the Best Indicators to Measure Engagement. Members who engage in a way that is aligned with their association’s strategic goals directly help the association grow stronger and more relevant. Any association that has the ability to objectively score member engagement is in the enviable position of being able to measure the effectiveness of its members in supporting its strategy. Composite Engagement Score (CES) allows you to do just that.

Member Engagement Solution #7: Advisory Groups Can Be Tremendous Win-Wins

Eric Lanke

Ours is focused on member engagement, and you can get an overview of what it is and what we're trying to achieve with it here. I've previously posted on some of the member engagement issues people in the Circle are wrestling with. Most staff members need this education.

Eric Lanke: Member Engagement Solution #1: Don't Forget the Fun

Eric Lanke

Leadership. Member Engagement. Member Engagement Solution #1: Dont Forget the Fun. Ours is focused on member engagement, and you can get an overview of what it is and what were trying to achieve with it here. Volunteers and members are people.

Member Engagement vs Engaging Your Members

Slice-Works

Which questions sound more like your association’s internal conversation: How can we get members to buy more of program X, product Y or service Z? OR How can we enable members to achieve the outcomes that matter most to them? How can we get members to help us accomplish this goal?

Member Engagement Solution #2: Recruit with a One-to-One Philosophy

Eric Lanke

Ours is focused on member engagement, and you can get an overview of what it is and what we're trying to achieve with it here. I've previously posted on some of the member engagement issues people in the Circle are wrestling with. Member Engagement

5 reasons everyone at your association needs to go to #Xperience17.

YourMembership Blog

#leadership #inspiration #learning #innovation #technology – all in one place. It’s a chance to grow your skills in leadership. It’s a sure way of learning new ideas to make stronger connections with your members, adapt new technologies and grow your membership […].

Driving Engagement Through Thought Leadership

GrowthZone

Part 4 of the 5-Part Series: Why Member Engagement No Longer Means Face-to-Face. Tactic #4: Driving Engagement Through Thought Leadership. New members have the worst renewal rates. Do you have a process to keep them engaged? Member Engagement Growth

How to Convince Association Millennials to Stick Around in 2019

MembersClicks

Small Staff Chatter membership management association leadership member engagement member retentionTrying to look into the future to see how you can be the most prepared in 2019?

Strategic Planning: Issue Driven vs Member Engagement

Tom Morrison

When your next strategic planning retreat takes place, will your board's focus revolve around being "issue driven" or "maximizing member engagement." Many members aren't intimately familiar with the strategic plan and think that is something only privy to the board.

Members Hire Constant Transformation

Potomac Core

Members Hire Constant Transformation. As a result, Associations must continually transform themselves if they want to keep pace with members. Practice Transparent ROI – Frequently seek insights and communicate progress on investments made to grow the Industry with Board members.

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A Global Satisfaction Index for Measuring Local Member Engagement & Relevance

GlowGlobally

Is what you consider an exceptional value proposition viewed as relevant and valued by both members and customers in international markets? Does Member Value Translate the Same Globally? How do members perceive value and rate their overall membership experience?

Members Hire Industry Advocacy and Promotion

Potomac Core

As Associations ponder their future strategies, the message is clear: Members hire industry advocacy and promotion. Organizations who embrace the mantra that Members hire Industry advocacy and promotion are doing well. Members Hire Industry Advocacy and Promotion. .

Members Hire Relevant Associations

Potomac Core

Associations have endured downturns before, what’s different this time is the valuable lesson learned after the great recession, that Members hire relevant Associations. Industry centered Advocacy to help members protect their intellectual property and product category reputation.

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Arlene Pietranton, ASHA: Collaborative Leadership

The Demand Networks

CEO Interviews Arlene Pietranton customer-member engagement new leadership organizational culture Outside-inASHA's CEO has succeeded in making a human focus operational by aligning all aspects of the organization with it, and moving ASHA forward to new levels of growth and innovation.

Post Brexit Associations

Potomac Core

However, in a rapidly evolving global market, how aligned is your association in order to help your members and their industries meet new challenges? These reorganizations also have: Highly engaged and strategic boards. Thought Leadership Positions the Industry with Key Influencers.

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