I was in a fast-casual Mexican restaurant the other day, Chipotle. While in line, I was thinking about how the concept developed by this and similar brands applies to service delivered by a nonprofit. What's the difference between fast-casual and full-service restaurants?...
If you have never launched an online community before, it can be a daunting task. Developing a new, long term component of your organization’s strategy from scratch means you are in charge of the building blocks that will ultimately support or impinge the investment’s...
There aren’t a lot of clear best practices in associations for how to craft a successful membership offer for your industry’s retirees, but with baby boomers moving past 65, it seems like an opportunity ready for the taking.
We hold our place in conversations with filler words which act as a bridge between coherent thoughts. Most commonly these words are “ah,” “um,” “er,” and “so, you know.” We slide in filler words to indicate to others that we’re...
In writing, process is necessary because you need a kind of road map to get you to where you need to be. Use these 12 steps from Ann Handley’s “Everybody Writes” to take your writing from a discombobulated mess to a coherent, useful piece of content that...
It’s all about video now. There’s no doubt that video is a powerful communications tool. Using social media, email, digital publications and events to promote your videos will help you inform members of this wonderful benefit you offer.
The age of social media experimentation is over, and this resource-gobbling activity needs to pull its...
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