EO Atlanta creates an algorithm for 150+ one-on-one member connections each month in the face of COVID-19
With most in-person events currently paused, here’s how one EO chapter is using a creative approach to make 150+ “micro-collisions” among members to drive relationships and value.
As the pandemic continues into the winter months, people crave connection more than ever—particularly when physical connection has been challenging.
Thinking outside the box, Brad Stevens, president of EO Atlanta, created a way to increase EO member engagement across the 150-member chapter with 43 Accelerator participants.
We asked Brad about this exciting new initiative.
How did you come up with this initiative to grow EO member connections?
In my one-year term as president of EO Atlanta, one of my goals is to drive engagement and retention within our membership. We wanted to find a way to achieve quick wins with high takeaway value.