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Transcript of ICE Presentation
Presented by Mary Byers, C.A.E.
more hours in 2006
Top Barrier to Getting Involved?
What am I getting
for my dollar?
30K to 18K
“If there is a meaningful difference between Generation X workers and Baby Boomers, it s not in the propensity to join association, but rather in their expectations about what membership means and the return it provides.”
- Generations and the Future of Association Participation
Media companies now own 23% of tradeshows
85% to 67%
Who adopts technology first...
you your members?
What percentage of your annual budget are you spending in this area?
'"I Have No Time..."
Can't lead like those before you
Discuss more, vote less
Organization with members v. member organization
May need to bring in outside experts
Know: Your greatest potential for growth
Govern v. Manage
Independent decision-making v. consensus
Often short-term issues v. bigger picture
A couple choices v. multiple constituencies
Focus on Why
When you know the "why", you know the way
Easier to focus on what and how
Focus on Sustainability
How have your members changed?
How has the model changed?
Revenue stream changes
If you always do what
you've always done...
...you'll always get what
you've always gotten.
Letting go of what's not working
Different types of meetings
Know what you know (and that you know it)
...and know what you don't!
Leaders who thrive will be comfortable with discomfort
Be Radically Courageous