Recruiting new members should be easy and fun! Often, non-members haven’t joined yet simply because they either haven't been asked or they don't know about all ASLMS has to offer.
Recruiting new members should be easy and fun! Often, non-members haven't joined yet simply because they either haven't been asked or they don't know about all that ASLMS offers.
- Identify the best candidates for membership. The key to successful recruitment is asking the right people to join. Your coworkers, young professionals, new employees in your organization, students, and interns are all great prospects and will appreciate that you have gone out of your way to help them with their careers. Then expand to your larger network of professional colleagues.
- Personally deliver membership applications or referral cards to your recruits. Pre-fill in your name on the “Referred By” line so you get credit for your efforts.
- Share the benefits of membership in ASLMS and how it has helped you professionally.
- Provide new recruits with the ASLMS website, aslms.org, so they can review membership benefit details and join online.
- Download our member benefit slides and include them in your presentations.
- Download the ASLMS membership brochure and email it to your recruits.
- Follow up with prospective members to see if they've mailed their applications or joined online. Remind your recruits of the resources ASLMS can provide to help advance their careers, improve patient care, and make worldwide connections.
- Send an email or handwritten note thanking your recruits for considering a membership with ASLMS and express appreciation for their support.
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