Think your association has nothing to learn from Game of Thrones? Think again. Also: the key to protecting your accounts, according to Google.
In an age of student debt, many young professionals are turning away from college. That’s where association credentialing and certificate programs come in. Also: tech and the member journey.
Develop your team and increase organizational knowledge by cross-training employees. Also: How can you make your website more accessible?
This year has been productive for planners. But if current trends are accurate, 2020 will be challenging for the event industry. Also: Set up your board for governing success.
IT needs often fall to the wayside, resulting in outdated processes and solutions. Also: Ask members about their email preferences.
Is your online community inactive or failing to meet goals? It might be time for an update. Also: leaders’ role in career development.
Member engagement can be broad, and calculating its success can be—well, complicated. Here’s a formula that can pinpoint return on engagement. Also: An interesting way to make your main speaker feel extra special.
Don’t just tell potential members that your association is valuable—show them. Also: Try a “hallway huddle” in place of your next meeting.
Recognizing employees not only expresses appreciation but also helps build a productive and positive culture. Also: how social proof shows the value of your organization to potential members.
Meeting technology is always changing, and with it so does how planners use the tech. Also: improving company culture starts with you.