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In our “3 Questions” series, we ask top industry professionals to answer three questions within their area of expertise. In this edition, we’re talking about how to engage in meaningful professional reflection with Rachel Druckenmiller, CEO of Unmuted. As an experienced keynote speaker and workshop facilitator, Rachel has worked with dozens of organizations to ignite resilience, connection and engagement among leaders and teams and is a valued PAR webcast speaker.
Get to know Nikole TenBrink, Director of Marketing and Business Development for IES, in this edition of “Meet a Member.”
Associations have long-used thoughtful marketing approaches to grow membership, position education, or drive event attendance. Behind most successful products is a successful marketing strategy. How do your non-dues activities stack up?
In part one of this two-part article, we outlined the process of developing a mission statement that truly reflects your organization. Now, we’re focusing on how to integrate it into your marketing and communications program.
A mission statement is vital to conveying your association’s value and purpose, so it is crucial to ensure it is well-defined. Whether your association is just starting out, or was established decades ago, it needs a mission statement that can inform, connect and guide.
You’ve decided to incorporate video into your association’s marketing plan. It’s a smart move — in 2020, video is the most commonly used format in content marketing, overtaking blogs and infographics. And with in-person events going by the wayside indefinitely, video allows associations to connect to their members in more personal ways.