Turning Millennials Into Members

Published by Associations North and Georgia Society of Association Executives


Summary

Starting in 2015, the U.S. Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics predict that Generation Y (ages 18 to 31) will replace Baby Boomers as the majority of the workforce.

This is the largest human capital shift in history. Plus, Millennials have such dramatically different values and communication styles that it will take all-new membership and marketing strategies to turn them into loyal members.

Learn new tactics for growing your membership base, including how to:

  • Relate to the Generation Y mindset
  • Leverage the “Trickle Up Effect”
  • Introduce concepts relevant to Millennials without alienating the rest of your membership
  • Engage Millennials with a “must-have” membership value proposition
  • Market your association so it’s visible, valuable and relevant to Millennials
Bottom line: Millennials’ new values and behaviors can be threats or opportunities for your association. Knowing Y and the new rules of engagement makes the difference.

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Presenters
Sarah Sladek
Concerned about declining engagement in our nation’s membership associations, non-profits, and workplaces, Sarah Sladek founded XYZ University, the nation’s first and only generations-focused training and engagement strategy company, in 2002.

She is the author of several research papers on the generational topic and four books including The End of Membership As We Know It (Association Management Press, 2011) and Knowing Y (Association Management Press, 2014).

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Originally Published

June 23, 2015


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Turning Millennials Into Members - Video
  • Turning Millennials Into Members - Audio
  • Turning Millennials Into Members - Paper

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