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Chapters vs. National:
Creating a Stronger, More Collaborative Association
Rercorded on October 19, 2016

For ages, the association community has accepted it as given that chapters often spar with the national organization.  But in today’s increasingly competitive nonprofit environment, letting that battle continue puts everything from membership to mission at risk.

It’s critical to understand what’s causing friction. Plus, you must use the right processes and tactics to defuse conflicts before they create a rift that ultimately can’t be fixed.

Now, let an expert show you how to use tools ranging from governance to technology so you can quickly get chapters and national working together as never before.

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For ages, the association community has accepted it as given that chapters often spar with the national organization.  But in today’s increasingly competitive nonprofit environment, letting that battle continue puts everything from membership to mission at risk.

It’s critical to understand what’s causing friction. Plus, you must use the right processes and tactics to defuse conflicts before they create a rift that ultimately can’t be fixed.

Now, let an expert show you how to use tools ranging from governance to technology so you can quickly get chapters and national working together as never before.

Register now for Chapters vs. National: Creating a Stronger, More Collaborative Association.

Kyle Bazzy is nationally known for his success in helping chapter-based associations replace internal rifts with strong collaboration and shared purpose. In this 90-minute webinar, he offers practical strategies you can start using immediately to unify your own organization.

Recognize where trouble is brewing.  From misperceptions to strategic misalignment in vision, you’ll learn how to spot disconnects between chapters and national. You’ll discover how to use communications and process changes to defuse tension, while harnessing solid governance and technology to rebuild trust and respect across the organization. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now for expert guidance on creating—and sustaining—a mutually beneficial relationship between chapters and national, including:

  • Common culprits causing conflict between Chapters and National
  • Identifying sources of friction by spotting problems with strategic misalignment, lack of support (or perceived lack of support) and other red flags
  • Next steps associations can take when they recognize the red flags
  • Communication, governance, process and technology tactics for strengthening the Chapters-National relationship

Remember, chapters and national can avoid being at loggerheads! Take this chance to learn expert strategies for creating a more harmonious organization—and a brighter future for all.

Register now for Chapters vs. National: Creating a Stronger, More Collaborative Association.

Meet Your Webinar Leader

Kyle Bazzy
, Director of Growth at Billhighway, is passionate about solving problems and building relationships. His background comes from the financial world as President of financial media outlet, Benzinga. In his tenure at Billhighway he has walked numerous associations through discovery processes, uncovering internal obstacles and collaborating to find a better way to effectively run chapter-based associations through process and technology. Kyle is a Detroit enthusiast, dog lover and avid learner of new things.

Who Should Attend
This webinar is of value to trade associations, professional societies and other nonprpofits. Attendees who will benefit most include:

  • CEOs and EDs
  • Board Chairpersons, both national and chapter
  • Staff Chapter Liaisons
  • Chapter Directors
  • Membership Directors

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