Midsummer and the fall looks no clearer than it did in Spring. What’s ahead for chapters? In many ways, we may be looking at a renaissance of sorts. Or the end of the road. Perhaps geographic components will fill in a vital role as in-person events get back into gear. Or maybe with blurring of geographic boundaries, chapters fade. Most likely, both scenarios will come true. We’ll look at both sides in two virtual events – both free.
Virtual Idea Swap on Chapters: Looking Ahead | July 16, 12 PM ET
We’re focusing the Mariner-Billhighway July webinar on how to prepare for the fall. We’ll collectively share lessons learned, ideas tried and solutions found for the first half of the year and brainstorm on ideas for the second half. We’ll be using Zoom rooms to drive conversation and leverage our virtual flip chart to capture ideas. As always, the conversation is open, the cost is only your time, and the goal is community. Register for the Idea Swap.
Creating connections with members has never been more important than it is now, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. With travel restrictions in place for many associations for the foreseeable future, chapters and local components can play a greater role in driving membership growth, nurturing existing relationships, and providing smaller-scale in-person meetings and events. In this ASAE webcast, learn how the national-chapter dynamic has adapted to create unique ways for associations to leverage and build relationships during this unprecedented time. Mariner’s Peggy Hoffman moderates a discussion with CEOs and senior staff from five associations. Register for the webcast.