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A group of volunteers hit it out of the park last night! This group put their minds, energy and creativity together to save an event and were successful.
Knowing the power of stories, ASAE's EMSC launched a project last year to gather and share the stories of how association's are rebuilding the volunteer spirit. We just wrapped up the project with the sixth and final webinar last week.
To grow your chapter, you have to have a solid value proposition. This
webinar explores how to identify and then leverage your association's
chapter's value proposition.
Members who engage renew at higher levels and post higher Net Promoter
Scores which predict willingness to promote the association (think
member recruitment). This webinar focuses on how an association chapter
can build member engagement.
Association chapters need volunteers. That's a given. Getting those volunteers is not so much a given. This webinar walks through how to build volunteer muscle in your chapter.
The old model doesn't fit - yet associations are cligging to what they
know. Explore the new volunteer model and you find answers to drive
Here’s a gem from the blog archives that answers the question: What’s more important … that our chapters follow our rules right down to
the last detail or that they deliver great, meaningful results?
One of the first mantras I learned in the various writing classes I’ve taken over the years is “show, don’t tell.” This mantra can just as easily be applied to the challenge many chapters face when it comes to filling volunteer positions.
The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA), has more than 300,000 subscribers,
and Vidstatx lists it second in the top 100 most subscribed nonprofit and activism YouTube channels.
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