A survey by Heidrick & Struggles and George Mason University of more than 500 nonprofit board members shows how a lack of formal onboarding processes hampers board effectiveness.
As associations take on contractors, remote staff, and workers in the gig economy, the staff a CEO leads is more complex. One leader manages that complexity by focusing on culture.
The valuable knowledge delivered at your conferences deserves a life that lasts longer than a few days. From livestreaming and hashtags to webinars and podcasts, associations are getting savvier at making conference wisdom part of a year-round content strategy that adds value for attendees and engages a wider audience. For association professionals taking time away […]
The American Trauma Society has helped hospital staff respond to incidents like the recent Las Vegas attack. It wants to get bystanders involved as well.
An association serving Iraq and Afghanistan veterans is using Hurricanes Irma, Harvey, and Maria to remind members about its support programs.
Incidents where a CEO’s bad behavior was caught on tape (or tweet) have put more scrutiny on execs. How do you practice fearless leadership while everyone’s watching?
The latest Millennial Impact Report shows that the generation is increasingly engaged in policy issues, but associations reaching out to them still face challenges.
Polarizing politics have made it harder for many associations to lobby, and many fear blowback from members on political stances. But there are still opportunities to hone your message and get it heard.
Last week, InfoComm International renamed itself AVIXA to better signal its connection to more elements of the AV industry.
More nonprofits are feeling pressure to shake up their communications strategy. Change is good, but the path to connecting with stakeholders is still old-school.