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W370: Why Online Community is Your Association’s Future: Changing how we Work & Connect (Part 1)

January 10 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Online communities are tremendous wellsprings of innovation. They give every association an always-accessible presence, moving ahead of magazines or newsletters as the most valued member benefit.  When your online community fosters a genuine sense of belonging, it becomes core to your members’ professional identity.  Association members are emerging from the pandemic with a significantly higher level of technical proficiency, giving membership-based organizations the opportunity to reassess and reimagine how online community can become a predictable core growth engine.  

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Learn techniques to foster a spirit of generosity within your online community. 
  • Learn options to transform mentorship in your industry. 
  • Learn how to create year-round engagement opportunities for your exhibitors and partners.
Level Intermediate
NASBA (Field of Study) Communications and Marketing
CAE (Subject Domain) Marketing & Communications
Prerequisites and advance preparation needed 1 years operations experience. No advance preparation required
Reviewer Wade Tetsuka, CPA
CPE/CAE Credits 1.0
Cost Free
Delivery Group Internet Based

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INSTRUCTORS
Sandra Nam
CEO, QiqoChat
Sandra Nam is the Chief Executive Officer for QiqoChat. Trained in human-centered design and project management, her goal is to advance the real-world impact of…
Lucas Cioffi
CTO, QiqoChat
Solid team player and tech lead with diverse experience as a full-stack software developer, project manager, and co-founder of three startups over twelve years. Served…
Barbara J. Armentrout, CAE
Managing Partner, Mesa Group
Experienced association professional with a demonstrated history of working in non-profit organization management. Skilled in Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Sponsor Program Auditing and Strategy, Marketing…

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