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With the quarter coming to an end, it’s no wonder association professionals are looking for ways to boost their recruitment and retention rates before the end of the year. From why you should look for “good fits” when hiring to how to inspire your members and employees, this week’s Friday Five is all about growth.
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Here are the five most-read articles from this week’s newsletter:
In a time where innovation and cultural change runs rampant, hiring a “good fit” could inhibit your efforts. In this article AssociationSuccess.org Community Coordinator Ashley Neal shares three things to look out for when assessing candidates that aren’t “good fit.”
Based on “The Membership Economy” by Robbie Kellman Baxter, these seven steps teach organizations the core qualities and standards needed to succeed.
As seen with Netflix, “when an organization’s mission empowers big picture thinking, endless creativity and flexibility become possible.” By adopting these three ideas, associations can do the same.
Using data from Marketing General Incorporated’s latest Membership Marketing Benchmarking Report, associations can learn from survey respondents and adopt the successful engagement and retention strategies shared.
Keeping these three mission statement mistakes in mind, associations can refocus on their core purpose and inspire their audience.
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