We anticipate and welcome the discomfort that comes with creating something new! And we help our clients hold tension in the process. Hear from our Founder, Justin, and Brand Strategist, Cheri, in this 4-minute video as they discuss the growth that happens when you get uncomfortable.
Your manifesto is your purpose. It is what you believe. Your manifesto isn’t just what you tell each other or what you tell your clients.
You know that a brand’s authenticity is important, but how do you define what that essential value is? Learn how to identify the common thread that resonates with your members and weave it into your communications to help strengthen loyalty.
Change can be hard, it’s time-consuming and uncomfortable. It’s easy to continue doing things the way you’ve always done them. But, as things change within your organization it’s important to take a look at the way you’ve always done things and ask if those ways still make sense for the current state of your business.
Consistency is key in keeping your communications on-brand. Consistent messaging provides efficiency for your team and builds trust for your audience. When you have a consistent message, you provide a consistent experience that leads to consistent results. Here are three simple checkpoints that successful marketing directors use to ensure they don’t get caught in the traps that can start making brand messages feel inconsistent and disconnected.
Even as things continue to change, one thing remains the same – you need to connect with your current members while attracting new ones. The single best way to do that is by making sure your team has clarity around your brand and the value that it brings. Establishing a strong brand that is a true reflection of who you are and what you have to offer will give your association the ability to take flight and soar in 2021 and beyond!
In our line of work, our ideal client is long-term and as committed to our relationship as we are! That doesn’t happen overnight. Just as in our personal relationships, building trust and strengthening connections takes effort. Here are the key components to relationship building.