During the busy tax season, the Massachusetts Society of CPAs hosts a fitness challenge that keeps members active and engaged with the association.
While it’s time for me to say goodbye to ASAE and Associations Now, before I go, let’s reflect on the power of human connections and how associations can use these relationships as a force for good.
Members of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA are wearing a diversity and inclusion pin in February to celebrate Black History Month. The celebration includes a special tribute to a trailblazing AFA-CWA member.
Your website’s “about us” page can say a lot or very little about your organization. Go beyond bland descriptions and a staff list to make this page more engaging, a place where members can build connections with your team and your community.
If you have members who are influential in your industry or profession, consider putting them to work as ambassadors. A look at some roles to consider them for.
The CEO of the National Association of the Deaf encourages members to ask him about whatever is on their minds. Each month, he picks a member-submitted question and answers it in a YouTube video.
A new GrowthZone survey indicates that many associations struggle to retain first-year members. If your organization is one of them, a few adjustments to your member onboarding program could help reverse the trend.
Members of the Home Furnishings Association placed a friendly wager in advance of Super Bowl LIV. The $1,000 bet benefited a local nonprofit and created opportunities for press coverage and social media engagement.
A professional photographer shares tips on how to put members front and center in the photos you take at your events. Done well, these images can capture the “human side of an association.”
Can your members carry a tune? You’ll find out if you put on a karaoke fundraiser, like the one the Greater Boston Association of Realtors hosts annually.