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Mentor Coordinator Training

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The hardest member to keep in BNI is the first-year member. Only about 42% of first-year members renew for a second year. The BNI Passport to Success was developed as a mentoring tool to increase the retention of first-year members by helping them build relationships with many BNI members in the Chapter.
A study was done that answered the question, why do members of membership organizations leave? After a thorough analysis across many different networks, the research company came to one clear conclusion: They don’t think anyone will notice.
The Passport to Success is meant to create:
Engagement—when members feel they belong with you. Engagement programs are a crucial lead-in to successful renewal efforts and are key to high retention rates and sustained membership growth. Successful engagement programs set the stage for successful renewals by helping members become benefit users.
Renewal—when lapsing members decide whether to keep you. Renewal is a confirmation of the value members feel they have received from their organization. It is a vote of confidence … or no confidence. Renewals are an important foundation for organizational growth and demand close attention to process and member communications.
Losing and replacing first-year members is costly to the chapter members who end up spending more time recruiting and building new relationships than they do growing their business. This leaves the chapter members frustrated and often irritated.
It is our belief, when used properly by the chapter, the Passport to Success will engage the new member, educate them and give them a good member experience.

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