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Article Guides

Article Guides

These how-to and advice-focused articles were originally featured in KIN Magazine but are still relevant to help with planning, member engagement and more.

Avoiding Burnout

Typically, a few members of a group are responsible for the bulk of the work. This can lead to member burnout and, subsequently, retention problems. Address burnout to open the door to new ideas, new leadership, renewed fellowship... and more fun! (February 2012 KIN Magazine)


Created on: Feb 26, 2013
Modified on: Jun 4, 2015

Effective Delegation

Delegation is a vital part of accomplishing club tasks in an efficient and productive manner. Effective delegation can open the door for members to take on new roles and responsibilities and lighten the workload of larger-scale projects. (KIN Magazine Dec. 2011)


Created on: Feb 26, 2013
Modified on: Jun 4, 2015

Fresh Revenue

It may be time to look into fresh revenue sources to avoid the potential pitfalls of being dependent on just one source or the same few.


Created on: Feb 26, 2013
Modified on: Jun 4, 2015

Member Recruitment: Not Vegas Style!

Does jetting off to Vegas to elope — within the first month of meeting someone — sound crazy? Probably. But it’s not that much different than signing a new member after their first or second meeting. Ease them into it. (April 2012 KIN Magazine)


Created on: Feb 26, 2013
Modified on: Jun 4, 2015

Recruitment and Retention: Let's Get SMART

Clubs engaged in their community and members engaged in the Association are generally, happier, healthier and more sustainable. This engagement doesn’t usually ‘just happen.’It takes teamwork, planning and commitment.


Created on: Feb 26, 2013
Modified on: Jun 4, 2015

Summer Kinship

Recruitment is important for your club but retention should be your first priority. A club with a high retention rate is a club with members who are happy and engaged. (June 2012 KIN Magazine)


Created on: Feb 26, 2013
Modified on: Jun 4, 2015