1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Mallory Porter Mallory Porter is Allied Solution’s Program Manager for Digital Solutions. She manages the program strategy, content, and implementation for Allied’s digital products and platforms in the financial services marketplace. Web: www.alliedsolutions.net Details Your CU was founded to serve your members at physical branch locations, and year after year, you do with superior member service and the best rates in town. But today, you are starting to recognize the need for digital enhancements to your member services.To reimagine your members’ experience you have to think outside the box (or branch). Digital transformation doesn’t happen overnight so here are a few tips that will help you take steps in the right direction:1. Get text savvy In a mobile world getting a text messaging strategy in place helps you reach members anywhere in their membership lifecycle. Considering that 85% of Baby Boomers own a cell phone, it’s not just millennials who prefer to connect and receive promotions from their CU via text. With an open rate of 3 minutes, this makes text the most used form of communication among CU members today.2. Emphasize the power of emailDon’t let a contemporary text messaging strategy override another effective member communication tool: Email. According to stats, 99% of your member are checking their email up to 20 times per day. That’s a lot of opportunities for you to insert your brand, messaging and products for your members. 3. Stay competitive with videoDid you know that by 2020, you can expect 82% of Internet content to be video based? With that in mind, your competitor isn’t a big bank; your competition is whatever tutorial, advertisement or promotion is grabbing your member’s attention. Enhance your members’ digital experience and get measurable data analytics with an uncomplicated, personalized video solution that carries across multiple platforms (email, text and web). A digital transformation strategy takes your market position beyond low fees and friendly services and increases your market share. Digital transformation helps you meet your member where they are and gives you a way to show them the next product or service they didn’t know they needed yet.Click here to learn how we can help you integrate member-centric solutions into your digital transformation strategy. We promise to deliver personalized digital solutions that enrich the one on one relationships you have with each of your members.
Lawrenceburg, In. — Community Mental Health Center, Inc., Lawrenceburg, and the East Indiana Area Health Education Center (EI-AHEC), Batesville, are hosting their second annual Behavioral Health Careers Day on Friday, June 7, in Lawrenceburg.This summer program is designed for high school students as well as 2019 graduating seniors who are interested in pursuing a career in the behavioral health field.During this daylong program, participants will:Visit and tour service treatment environmentsParticipate in a Question & Answer session with behavioral health professionalsGain exposure to a wide variety of behavioral health career pathwaysTake part in suicide prevention trainingLearn about wellness and self-careExperience a variety of hands-on activitiesDeadline to register for the event is Friday, May 24. Interested students may register at the East Indiana Area Health Education Center’s website at www.eiahec.org. Look for information on Pipeline Programs/Summer Programs on the EI-AHEC website or find a link to information on EI-AHEC’s Facebook page. Program cost is $10, and program participation includes lunch.Further details about the event, including its location, will be sent to registered participants as the event date approaches.Questions about the program may be directed to Jenny Koors at [email protected] and to Amanda Sheeley at [email protected] CMHC services are provided without regard to race, religion, disability, gender, color, age, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, sexual orientation, political belief, status as a veteran, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.
A song once said “It Never Rains in California,” but songs in particular and the 1970s in general are not to be trusted, because it has already rained today — Tuesday, Oct. 31 — in Los Angeles.But will it rain tonight? The Dodgers — down 3 games to 2 — are slated to begin Game 6 of the World Series against the Houston Astros at 5:20 tonight in Dodger Stadium.And trick-or-treating traditionally begins just as the sun is going down for the younger set — and into the evening for older children and the not-so-young.According to the National Weather Service, it will be about 65 degrees in the downtown Los Angeles area at 5 p.m. with a 9 percent chance of rain. The relative humidity will be about 60 percent. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error By 7 p.m., the temperature should drop to 61 degrees, but the chance of rain will hold at 9 percent, and relative humidity should rise to 72 percent.It should get increasingly cloudy around 11 p.m., with temperatures around 59 degrees and the chance of rain dropping to 7 percent and holding at that level through the morning hours.So bring a sweater for sure, and maybe an umbrella just in case.Video: Dodgers face Astros in Game 6 on Halloween