The pandemic has created challenges for professionals who wish to maintain their association certifications. What members need will vary across professions, but these five tips can help you assess how to help them.
As your association starts planning for 2021, check out some of the bright ideas that kept events—virtual, in-person, and hybrid—shining, despite the complicated year we’re close to finishing.
The International Air Transport Association is creating a "digital health pass" for global travelers that could allow borders to reopen safely. Also: why you should lean on interviews for virtual events.
The popularity of podcasting means you might have to double down on the strategy when bringing your message to the world on the way to making an impact. Read on for some podcasting tips.
Remote work has drastically changed the way associations use technology, creating new challenges for IT departments. Association tech experts offer some recommendations for boosting tech support for your remote team.
A new report from Classy finds that the pandemic is not putting a damper on charitable giving this year. Also: A Thanksgiving reminder that involves pizza.
[Sponsored] The leading convention city in America shares its strategies for association professionals.
An analysis from the marketing firm GetResponse found open and click rates surged when just one message was sent per week. The report also found that the first hour after an email is sent is key.
While having empathy is a key aspect of being a good leader, it’s not intrinsic—but it can be learned. Here are some ways leaders can build empathy.
With Congress increasingly reflecting the U.S. population, groups representing congressional staff are pushing for the same among senior leadership. Also: The case for focusing on small victories right now.