Membership Satisfaction Guide: Step 3 – Implement and Review Your Plan

IMPLEMENT AND REVIEW YOUR PLAN Regularly review your plan to see if the results are what your club wants to see. Remember – as your membership changes, so will your plan. New members bring new perspectives and a variety of
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Membership Satisfaction Guide: Step 2 – Resistance

Resistance When addressing issues by making changes to your club, you are likely to encounter resistance. To minimize it, use the Why-What-When-How process to implement changes: Why – Clearly explain the reasons for the proposed changes What – Explain what
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Membership Satisfaction Guide: Step 2 – V. Addressing Service

V. Addressing Service Remember that every Lion joined your club because they were interested in providing service. This is the common bond for your members. The most typically cited responses related to service were: Not enough focus on helping the
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Membership Satisfaction Guide: Step 2 – IV. Addressing Club Culture

IV. Addressing Club Culture A Lions club is the sum of its members. As membership changes, clubs must adjust. The goal is to get your new members involved and keep your current members excited about your club. The most commonly
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Membership Satisfaction Guide: Step 2 – III. Addressing Membership Issues

III. Addressing Membership Issues The most common responses related to membership issues are: Not enough younger members Club did not encourage the participation of my family Club did not treat women fairly was unable to network for my own professional
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Membership Satisfaction Guide: Step 2 – II. Addressing Personal Reasons

 II. Addressing Personal Reasons When a Lion leaves for personal reasons, something in their lives has changed and their Lions membership became a lower priority in their lives. Your members’ lives change. Does your club adapt to the needs of
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Membership Satisfaction Guide: Step 2 – I. Addressing Unproductive Meetings

I. Addressing Unproductive Meetings Your members need to feel club meetings are a good use of their time. No one likes to feel their time has been wasted. The most commonly cited responses regarding unproductive meetings were: Meetings were unproductive
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Membership Satisfaction Guide: Step 2 – Create Your Club’s Membership Satisfaction Plan

STEP 2: CREATE YOUR CLUB’S MEMBERSHIP SATISFACTION PLAN Losing members is an issue for many clubs, but the reasons why members leave are often the same. This guide addresses the five general issues former Lions cited most often as reasons
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Membership Satisfaction Guide: Step 1 – Define Member Satisfaction For Your Club

STEP 1: DEFINE MEMBER SATISFACTION FOR YOUR CLUB The first step to ensuring your members have a positive experience is to know what they want from membership in your Lions club. Understanding what your members think about being a Lion
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