Association Labs Podcast – Host JP Moery, President of The Moery Company, offers a weekly episode on leadership, business growth, sales and more. Our mission is to arm you with insight and strategy on the challenges confronting the nonprofit community.
JP Moery’s Association Playbook – Episode 83: Technical Experts are an Association’s Secret Sales Weapon
How have membership sales been the last few months? Hitting your goals? Or, have they hit a wall with the same old tired approach. Well, you have a secret sales weapon [who] can greatly enhance your growth efforts. Host JP Moery believes leveraging association technical specialists is a fantastic sales strategy to help develop solid leads for your membership sales team. Showcase their expertise for a winning campaign. Tune to find out how.
All business leaders deal with fear – how and if, you address the issue is likely a major part of a successful, personal journey, says Host JP Moery. So, what are you afraid of? What’s holding you back? What’s undermining your ability to move forward? In his current episode, JP shares his own fears as a leader, how he manages to beat them back – and, offers several strategies on how to confront the boogeyman under the bed.
Host JP Moery is pretty pumped about a new engagement strategy that’s proven highly effective with his prospects. His goal is to play the long game, provide value, and build awareness about his business services. He shares this approach in his latest...
Chapter relations – such a common and frustrating issue within associations at the national level. Host JP Moery has heard the debates over and over again. Organizations want to know what they should be doing with their state chapters and local affiliates...
JP Moery’s Association Playbook – Episode 79: Want Attention? Up the Frequency and Admit You’ve Screwed Up!
For months, host JP Moery, has dedicated an unprecedented amount of time communicating about growing a small business, leadership, and associations. He’s learned so much through this process – both good and bad. During his latest episode, he lays it all on the table: urging you to up the frequency in your social media efforts, showing vulnerability in your communications, and more. He hopes some of these learning moments can help your growth. We invite you to listen in.
“The next big trend in executive development will be the honing of your mental skills and mind,” says host JP Moery. He believes wholeheartedly our mental acuity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility is increasingly becoming a key performance indicator for all executives. Along those lines he hopes you’ll consider some recommendation, which have work for him. Listen in.
There are several business books that have had a tremendous impact on host JP Moery’s professional life and he points out there are some books, like classic movies, worth rereading – again and again. Some of those classics are probably sitting on your shelves right now full of excellent insights worth revisiting. In his latest episode, he recommends his top 3 business books, which are on his list of rereads for 2017.
We are undergoing an incredible communications revolution – the biggest since the printing press was invented, says Host JP Moery. However, he warns because there are no barriers to entry, almost anyone can position themselves as an expert… and, take your money in the process. In his latest podcast, JP offers 5 hints for working with an “expert.”
As 2016 drew to a close, many bloggers, leadership gurus, and self-improvement specialists provided you guidance on “resolutions” for the coming year. With February 2017 now coming to an end, most of us have to admit that some of those resolutions have fallen by the wayside. Host JP Moery – a good ‘ole Oklahoma boy shares several strategies to reinvigorate those goals you’d set for yourself.
“No Phone Calls, Please,” is a common phrase in association job postings. Host JP Moery frequently reviews these postings as he holds great interest in sales positions, and has often found his own business development services could be a great fit. But, seriously – no phone calls? What kind of sales person do you want? JP shares his rationale in his latest podcast.