I think we can all agree that the technology revolution throughout the past five years has really changed the way we do business.
Especially now with social media and all that it affords us in communicating to the masses.
All these new technologies allow us to communicate in a timely, and for the most part, efficient way.
The big question, for me, is are we better off with the relationships we have with our members now or before we had social media?
Hence, the title of this blog post.
I would suggest the days of walking around and meeting our members on their turf made or left a bigger impression on them as members of our chamber than any communication we could make through social media.
While technology is great, let’s not be afraid to wear out a little shoe leather and re-engage our members on their turf, not ours.
At the same time, you might get some candid feedback that they’re not willing to share through electronic communications, but happy to share in a face-to-face meeting.
There’s no substitute for face-to-face meetings.
Just a thought!
Originally published on ChamberLeadership.com.