EdCast for Associations
Knowledge network and micro-learning experience in one.
Associations live and die with engagement.
Are your members engaged?
Communication needs are changing as members seek more instant and immediate interaction with their chosen association.
Source: Association Foundation Group, 2016
A key driver to motivate members is the ability to participate for a short period of time on their schedule.
Source: Association Laboratory, 2015
Creating a transparent and collaborative learning environment tailored to Millennials is key to success.
It is essential that Associations give their members access to daily, bite sized insights optimized for a mobile, on the go experience in addition to traditional long form courses, emails, and webinars.
Solve the key business challenges facing your teams
Your members need daily access to relevant content to stay engaged with the association.
Your staff needs to learn from SMEs and from their peers to reduce member attrition, close tickets faster, and to onboard new staff faster.
Your members need to be educated about your membership benefits to engage with you and make informed decisions.
Continuing education (CE)
You members need access to CE programs so they can get ahead and your association stays relevant.
Your new members need to be engaged from day one with relevant content so they can justify their membership and be retained longer.
Taking your association and members digital is a strategic imperative and daily knowledge networking is the only insurance to not getting disrupted.
Create effective learning for Millenials
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Get success with informal learning
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