How to get more members involved in your mission. Plus: three kinds of leadership succession planning.
When it comes to member appreciation, a little thank you can go a long way. Plus: Adjust your membership model to better grasp your member’s expectations.
At Fitness Australia, "Team Cool" is a nickname for internal staff culture, but its impact is felt by members every day. That's by design, because the member-service department is where Team Cool began.
In honor of the open source operating system's longtime penguin mascot, the Linux Foundation is taking a conservation-friendly approach to its latest membership drive.
Much like associations, churches are trying to draw in millennials as members—here’s what they’ve learned. Plus: Condense that speech if you want to hook and keep your employees’ attention.
Facing major strategic decisions about its future, one association shared options with members via in-person meetings, online webinars, and even direct mail to solidify momentum for future change.
With strong backing for the move from its member base, the American League of Lobbyists announced this week that it would change its name. The reasons for doing so start with the group's membership, the association says.
Results from an recent survey helped the American Homebrewers Association paint a picture of the homebrewing community—and gain insights that could guide future programs and fuel membership growth.
The story of one organization that eliminated membership cards, while keeping everyone's interests in mind. Also: Communication techniques for the defensive.
The social networking giant joined an association for mobile operators this week, indicating the company’s growing focus—and a definite step away from the traditional member base for the association.