Little unexpected jolts can be exciting in small quantities, but when overused, they overwhelm us.
When members have conversations that solve problems, it’s a pity to keep that knowledge locked away in a breakout group. We’ve got to find ways to capture and understand the best ideas so these ideas can be used for the good of the community.
Levels of happiness, joy, and contentment are due, in large part, to perceptions. And perceptions are super malleable.
I’ll be back with new posts after summer break!
Are you intentionally playing by the communication type and time rules?
Approachability is contagious. When staff and volunteer leaders are approachable, other members catch on and become more approachable too.
Member engagement is like a marathon puzzle because there is no one set-it-and-forget-it strategy.
People are just not that into joining, belonging, or being part of communities anymore. Or are they?
Perhaps one of the most important keys to success is recognizing and celebrating the little wins.