All associations interested in the concept of enhanced member and customer engagement and relationship strength are invited to join our online Engagement Community. Open forum discussions will allow you to share best practices and lessons learned regarding engagement tactics and to discuss and share the findings of the 2016 Index and the Summit.
Future editions of the Engagement Index will target international and pan-European associations headquartered in Europe, as well as US-based national associations. Our online sub-communities facilitate and encourage targeted discussions, allowing you to engage in peer-to-peer conversations and crowd sourced knowledge sharing 365 days a year. Join our community here to gain access to co-creation, collaboration and conversations to inform your engagement strategy.
The Engagement Index measures the performance, relationship strength and outcome of engagement tactics as seen through the eyes of associations’ customers and members. The 2016 edition of the Global Engagement Index (GEI) specifically targeted the global community (customers and members based outside of the USA) of associations headquartered in the USA. More than 130,000 non-US members and customers from around the world have been consulted in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Arabic and Simplified Chinese. The 2016 GEI provides associations with a valuable benchmark which illustrates how the global community perceives associations' value, performance and engagement efforts and an in depth analysis of what is driving relationship strength and engagement.
The results of the 2016 Global Engagement Index (GEI), revealing relationship strength and engagement effectiveness, were unveiled at the Global Engagement Summit, held in Washington, D.C. in June. Summit participants enjoyed peer-to-peer discussions around the Index findings which highlighted what actions associations need to take to better engage with and provide value to members and customers across the world. GEI data and association case studies were shared around topics such as: the value and effectiveness of certification for global audiences; the impact of local, in-market delivery of training and education; the importance of employer engagement and availability of financial support; the five-step path to segmented and effective engagement; how to engage members who are passive and detractors whilst continuing to pay their dues; the power of word of mount recommendation and effective local social media tactics; and more...
Watch this space for information regarding the next Engagement Summit in 2017.
We look forward to sharing insights from the Global Engagement Index with all those participating in the Summit
I know we discussed this a bit and I got the impression that there were a fair number of associations which had differing prices based on location.
If your association charges a different amount based on location in the world (e.g. members in North ...
Dear Global Engagement Summit attendees,
We trust you have safely arrived at the venue.
As announced by Peter yesterday, please find attached the documents supporting the Global Engagement Summit, starting this afternoon.
We will be posting ...
A note to let you know that the public report of findings and the insights from recommendations can be found in the library. ------------------------------ Peter Turner Senior Advisor, Global Strategy MCI Group -----------------------------