Tuesday, November 13, 2018
8:00 am: Breakfast 9:00 am –12:00 pm: Workshop
The Westin Prince, Toronto
900 York Mills Road, Toronto, ON M3B 3H2
Early Bird Registration Deadline: October 19, 2018
Is your membership model designed for the future environment and realities of your profession or industry?
This hands-on workshop leads participants through a discussion on better understanding the different components, key considerations, as well as emerging and better practices on membership model development. Who should your members be? How much access and influence should they have? How much should they pay? Expect to roll up your sleeves to work on these questions and more through real-world case studies and activities that will allow you to apply session learnings to your own association.
- Understand key elements and considerations in developing an association membership model.
- Learn what are the key steps in evaluating and redeveloping your membership model.
- Apply key learnings to your own association and learn from your peers through interactive activities and case studies.
Presenter: Carol-Anne Moutinho, Senior Consultant, The Portage Group
Carol-Anne Moutinho is a Senior Consultant with The Portage Group and brings over a decade of research and planning experience working with dozens of associations in areas that include strategy, organizational and membership model development. A skilled researcher and facilitator, Carol-Anne’s sessions include real and relevant case studies and examples and focus on engaging participants in sharing their own experience of what works – and doesn’t work – in their organizations.
8:00 am – Breakfast
9:00 am – Workshop Begins
12:00 pm – Workshop Ends
Registration: Before October 19, 2018
CSAE Member – $75
Non-CSAE Member – $90
Registration: After October 19, 2018
CSAE Member – $90
Non-CSAE Member – $108
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