Membership Strategy – A Moving Beast
When: Thursday, 8th June 2017
What Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Sydney Time
Where: Online - join via your computer!
Your Host: David Bryant
Cost: Free for members and non-members
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This session is designed to inform and educate participants about the journey associations can embark on, given the right mental spark! Being part of a membership-based association is fraught with challenges and associations may need to embark on some hard decisions in 2017 to boost the membership services offering. Surprisingly, most of them cost very little and yet they are achieving big results.
This session will focus on:
- A profile of the challenges being faced (membership growth, engagement, communication, attendance, information, education, technology)
- The wake-up moment that triggers a change mentality
- Identifying where Associations want to be
- How to make the change
- Success factors
- What obstacles stand in your way
- Where to now
David Bryant - Corporate Services Manager
David commenced his management career in 1993, working with a management consulting firm in Brisbane, Gold Coast and Canberra. David moved to Dubai (UAE) in 1995, where he worked for four years jointly at the Higher Colleges of Technology and HR Director with The Sultan Group (civil and commercial construction).
Upon returning to Australia in 1999, David worked at the Australian International Hotel School in Canberra, and then the Department of Finance and Administration. This was followed by HR management role for Shell (Logistics), before moving on to the role of Global HR Manager - Emirates Airlines. Positions as HR and Corporate Services Manager with Anglicare and HR Project Manager with the Department of Prime Minister followed. He was HR Director and Chief Operations Officer for STA Consulting Engineers, before moving on to Sun Engineering as HR Manager, HR Manager for Affinity Education Group, and is currently Corporate Services Manager with Master Plumbers’ Association of Queensland.