Last week, I wrote an article on the key to growing your chorus. What we discovered was that our members have a substantial impact on our chorus’s growth.
So, if growth is a goal for our chorus, shouldn’t we be talking more about how to better utilize our members in our growth strategies?
One of the arguments I hear is: “Our singers do too much, we can’t ask them to do anything else.”
But, what if we focused on adding value to their membership? What if we spent more time keeping our members happy? I have a feeling that we could ask our singers to do whole a lot more if they felt truly appreciated, seen, and heard.
Only when we invest in our members, can we have any hope of utilizing them to grow the chorus.
Here are 11 ways to invest in your members, add value to their membership, and avoid burnout.