In the second chapter, speakers focused on governance issues and discussed how and why boards have had to stand up and speak out on current issues.
Keeping your value proposition at the top of your priority list will lead your organization to surviving through the economic crisis, and whatever may come next.
Knowing your break even point, and utilizing your margin per member will allow your organization to successfully engage existing and potential members with ease.
If your data is outdated, wrong, exclusive, or not recorded right, your organization could be following a strategic plan not fit for success. That’s why it is so important to make sure your data is up-to-date. Low-quality data may in-fact be worse than no data at all.
This year, it is so important to continue the growth we saw in 2020. It is up to individuals, and institutions, to prioritize diversity efforts to ensure that the connections we have made continue to grow stronger for the future.
Whether it’s your first time creating a TikTok or time for a strategy change, taking a look at what other organizations are doing is the best way to learn.
Should these meetings just be an email? If it’s one way communication, yes.
For an organization to remain competitive in the constantly changing and growing modern marketplace, staying informed on the latest industry trends and best practices is crucial.
With many organizations streamlining their content production processes to increase engagement and efficiency, it can be tough to stand out from the crowd. That’s where creative brand naming comes in.
Whatever name you decide for your next event, keep these 12 qualities in mind will assist you in planning and drive more engagement as members immediately connect with your event.