Panel discussions, that old standby of in-person events, are actually well suited for the virtual meetings format. Here’s how to make your remote panels great.
Keeping volunteers engaged when their time may be committed elsewhere is a constant challenge for associations. The right approach can help, says an engagement pro.
Associations stepped up to take on key public health roles during the pandemic, informing the public and supporting front-line workers during a difficult time.
The latest edition of Global Meetings Industry Day comes as progress is made toward reopening for in-person events. Also: The two primary trade groups in the produce industry announce plans to merge.
Communication debt may start at an individual level, but an expert on attention management says that its impacts can be felt throughout the association—and tempered by an effective organizational response.
Even having been at it for a while, you may not know all the tools and hacks that can make virtual work a little simpler. Here are a few ideas to bolster your remote toolkit.
The Project Management Institute reports that organizations have been more likely to meet their business goals and reduce waste with projects during the pandemic, despite remote operations. Also: Roller coasters need pandemic precautions, too.
Gaming, baking, gardening, and crafting have all seen a huge surge of interest since the pandemic began—and their associations took advantage of the opportunity.
Search engine optimization can feel difficult to grasp, but it’s all about matching the content to the audience, a nonprofit marketing expert says.
You may be a speed demon on your keyboard and a whiz with your favorite note-taking app, but sometimes you may yearn for a break from the screen and the feeling of paper and pen in your hands. Here are some of the unique ways that association pros go old-school with note-taking.