Is now the time to speak up or stay quiet? Amy Showalter, principal of the Showalter Group, Inc., guides association leaders through questions that can help them decide if the timing is right to take on a new issue. Here are eight questions to consider before making a move.
As public policy takes center stage in an election year, it’s a good time to reexamine how your organization decides when to take a stand on policy issues.
A prescription for digital wellness for those who can’t let go of the smart device.
Spot “cheap fakes” that undermine trust.
Give members a comfortable place to relax and network at meetings.
A few simple steps can make new members feel welcome.
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.