The past year shifted tech-savvy approaches into overdrive. What digital strategy worked best for you?
What new leadership strategy worked for you in 2020 that you plan to use this year—and beyond?
Recovery from the crises of 2020 is on the horizon, but organizations aren’t out of the woods yet. In this in-depth special report, association CEOs and other executive leaders share their outlook on organizational strategy, board management, and the CEO role as a year of post-pandemic possibilities begins.
What leadership skill emerged in you during the crises of 2020 that you didn’t know you had?
Content to help members prepare for recovery; an image repository for research and education; the role of physical therapy on the front lines; member volunteers relieve overwhelmed funeral homes.
Coordinated effort produces essential supplies; telehealth in the spotlight; housing for front-line workers; virus illustrations as training tools; distillers become hand sanitizer producers.
Boost renewable energy; every bottle recycled; zero-emission government cars; supporting global goals; 1 million bison; modern energy; sustainable showers; more solar by 2030; carbon-neutral flights.
Reducing preterm births; boosting the U.S. flu vaccination rate to 100 percent; more med students pursue family medicine; lower-cost insulin; a longer life expectancy.
Holistic patient care; more long-term cancer survivors; big data improves neuromuscular disease treatment; free genetic testing for Parkinson’s; precise diagnosis; no more transplant waiting list.
Safer window washing; a system for tracking firefighter exposures; infrastructure that nearly eliminates highway deaths; lifesaving rail technology; protection for recycling and refuse workers. Zero Fatalities From Falls Safety • International Window Cleaning Association While most people would probably find scaling the exterior of a skyscraper terrifying, it’s all in a day’s work for members […]