ENGAGE Your Association       Tap into the potential of your members to create an     association with participation from ...
EncourageNetworkGaugeAnticipateGrowEmpowernora riva bergman. law firm coach.nora@reallifepractice.com© 2011
Encourage• Involvement at all levels• Participation at board meetings• Include an Encouragement                           ...
Network         • Create opportunities for relationship building         • Face‐to‐face         • Online         • Events ...
Gauge           • What do members want?           • How do you know?           • How can you find out?           • SWOT   ...
Anticipate         • Plan for the future         • Watch trends         • www.bethkanter.org         • www.boardsource.org...
Grow         • Where are your new members?         • Who are your new leaders?         • Make your website a recruitment t...
Empower         • Create raving fans         • High ROBMT         • How can you empower members to be ambassadors?nora riv...
ENGAGE Your Association       Tap into the potential of your members to create an     association with participation from ...
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"ENGAGE Your Association" shows how bar associations can tap into the potential its members, inviting participation at all levels.

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Engage Your Association

  1. 1. ENGAGE Your Association Tap into the potential of your members to create an  association with participation from members at all levels.nora riva bergman. law firm coach.nora@reallifepractice.com© 2011
  2. 2. EncourageNetworkGaugeAnticipateGrowEmpowernora riva bergman. law firm coach.nora@reallifepractice.com© 2011
  3. 3. Encourage• Involvement at all levels• Participation at board meetings• Include an Encouragement                                                   report from board members• What can you do differently to encourage involvement?nora riva bergman. law firm coach.nora@reallifepractice.com© 2011
  4. 4. Network • Create opportunities for relationship building • Face‐to‐face • Online • Events  HINT: Not the same old stuff • How can you offer more networking opportunities?nora riva bergman. law firm coach.nora@reallifepractice.com© 2011
  5. 5. Gauge • What do members want? • How do you know? • How can you find out? • SWOT • How can you better gauge you members’ needs?nora riva bergman. law firm coach.nora@reallifepractice.com© 2011
  6. 6. Anticipate • Plan for the future • Watch trends • www.bethkanter.org • www.boardsource.org • What can you do to anticipate your members’ needs?nora riva bergman. law firm coach.nora@reallifepractice.com© 2011
  7. 7. Grow • Where are your new members? • Who are your new leaders? • Make your website a recruitment tool • Give stuff away • Where are your opportunities for growth?nora riva bergman. law firm coach.nora@reallifepractice.com© 2011
  8. 8. Empower • Create raving fans • High ROBMT • How can you empower members to be ambassadors?nora riva bergman. law firm coach.nora@reallifepractice.com© 2011
  9. 9. ENGAGE Your Association Tap into the potential of your members to create an  association with participation from members at all levels.nora riva bergman. law firm coach.nora@reallifepractice.com© 2011

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