Tuesday, December 9, 2014

If Your Society Folded Today, Would Anyone Care?

If Your Society Folded Today, Would Anyone Care? via FGS.org
What does success look like?
The new year is fast approaching, and we're asking the hard questions here at FGS.

What does success mean to your genealogical society?  Membership numbers? Meeting attendance? Quantity (or quality) of historic document archives?  Have you set measurable goals?  Are you actually tracking the numbers?  How active is your board, and your society as a whole, when it comes to working toward reaching those goals?

Guest Randy Whited provides insight into planning, measuring, and amending goals to see the greatest success.  From the date and time of your society meetings to creating special interest groups and programs, learn how your society can become and continue to be relevant to the community - whether it's a small local society or a regional or state-wide society.

Listen to the archived broadcast of "If Your Society Folded Today, Would Anyone Care?" on the blogtalkradio My Society channel by FGS, or you can listen below:

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For more information, check out these articles from our Society Strategy Series:

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