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HOW DO WE MEASURE UP? Concerning RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION MWB Neil Neddermeyer www.cinosam.net
Recruitment Are we known throughout the State? How?
Recruitment Are we linked with our communities? Where?
Recruitment Have we identified any specific groups as potential members? WHO?
Recruitment Do we support our Membership Committee? Why?
Recruitment Can our members readily explain what Masonry stands for? What?
Recruitment Do our present members openly recommend Masonic membership to their friends?
Retention What varieties of activities do we offer?
Retention Do our activities meet the needs of our members and our communities?
Retention Do we provide opportunities for members to explore new interests
Retention Do we remind members about the benefits of Masonic membership?
Retention Do we make our new members feel welcome?
Retention Do we encourage young members to take leadership roles?
Retention Do we emphasize Ritual and Memorization- Too much? Not enough?
Retention Do we offer our members opportunities to network and make friends?
Retention Do we encourage our members to participate in planning and decision- making?
Retention Are our meetings an efficient use of our members’ time?
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