According to a new study, effective mentoring programs can groom newer members for volunteer leadership as well as help them in their jobs.
Arranging field trips for your conference attendees not only gets them out of the traditional meeting room but also gives them the chance to see the industry in action and exchange ideas with colleagues.
A new study from software maker Abila looked at some of areas of disconnect between donors and nonprofits. Here’s a look at several of the main findings and how they may affect your fundraising efforts.
When school's over, we lose the regular opportunity to build connections and form friendships over shared experiences. That's a major need that associations ought to serve for their young members.
Google's decision to rejigger its search engine to favor mobile-friendly sites simply codifies something that should be obvious by now. Not that it doesn't make it any less painful for those with massive legacies to convert over. Read on for some mobile web design considerations.
The International Association of Conference Centres released its list of the top-10 conference food trends for 2015. Learn how you can add one or all into your next event.
If your usual meetings are feeling stale, try a different approach with a walking meeting. Research and experience have shown that these types of meetings may help increase creative thinking and camaraderie among coworkers.
It's once again time to dust off your well-worn association membership practices and make them sparkle anew. Get inspired with these refreshing ideas.
The Apple Watch is just days away from hitting a handful of select wrists, and some developers are understandably gung-ho about the app-making opportunities. The rest of us—including in the association space—should probably take a wait-and-see strategy, but even if you're not making smartwatch apps, the early apps nonetheless provide important lessons.
Future employees want a clear sense of your association’s mission. So do those who work with you now. So how are you delivering it?