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From What the Private Network Chief Can Teach Associations

Here are seven specific lessons

As association professionals, we are continuously looking to enhance the member experience. I'm a proud member of Chief, a private network launched in 2019 to connect and support women executive leaders.

While Chief is for-profit and built fundamentally different from associations (e.g., there is a hefty price point to join, members need to be invited or nominated to join and go through an application and interview process), there are still lessons for associations to glean from its model.

Here association leaders, who are also members of Chief, share seven ways to apply the private network’s fresh approaches to onboarding, networking, and programming to your organization. 

Please select this link to read the complete article from ASAE's Center for Association Leadership.

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