As associations shift their events to all-virtual formats, there are several elements to rethink, including how to manage language interpretation. Some tips for breaking down language barriers in remote meetings.
Employees from underrepresented groups may not be handling the Zoom environment as well as you think. One association executive shares his thoughts on how to address remote-work disconnects.
A new study shows an empathy disconnect between workers and executives. A stronger focus on skills development might close the gap.
Board chairs help set an association's strategic vision, but they also manage the board itself. When chairs think like managers, not just stewards, they can have a profound impact on the board's health.
Despite the challenges of remote work, employees are more committed to their jobs. The leader's job is to make sure technology supports their commitment, instead of standing in their way.
Your association's next great project won't necessarily come out of a brainstorming session. Keep an eye on your staff and members' individual experiences too.
A new sense of urgency defined the conversations at ASAE's 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting, with implications for years to come.
The state bar’s research team went into Nevada’s low-income communities to speak directly to citizens about barriers they face to accessing legal services.
AEO’s Tapestry Project, funded by a $1.15 million grant, fuels Black entrepreneurship and helps level an inequitable playing field for Black-owned businesses in five U.S. cities.
After failing to find the resources it needed, Sigma Nu partnered with a sorority to create tools to teach members how to step in to prevent a sexual assault before it happens.