The pandemic has changed how association groups interact, which means leaders need to adjust as well. Two AMC professionals explain why emotional intelligence has become such a critical leadership skill
As associations prepare to welcome employees back to the workplace, there are key concepts to concentrate on. The president of the National Safety Council says communication, physical safety, readiness for change, and vaccination discussions are pivotal for success.
Marketing General Incorporated’s annual report on membership has some predictably dire findings. But there are also lots of positive trends and revelations about how associations weathered a mighty storm and never lost sight of meeting member needs.
The Emergency Nurses Association's new emphasis on diversity started with its staff but takes care to include all parts of the organization.
The Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors—National Association has brought its employees back to the office. To make it happen, the group sought staff feedback, updated employee policies, and upgraded building systems.
The American Medical Association didn’t wait for members to tell them what they needed to avoid burnout and improve their careers. Instead, AMA conducted proactive research that revealed a path to effective solutions that will significantly improve each member’s professional journey.
New research suggests the pandemic changed the needs of association members. Leaders will have to spearhead creative responses.
Venture capitalists have long existed in the business world. A new fund is bringing them to the association world, focusing on investments that will help organizations grow their revenue-producing products, including events, credentialing programs, and publications.
Research shows that leaders still aren't on the same page with employees and stakeholders when it comes to communication, particularly around DEI. Some small but important changes can help.
The workplace and workforce are going to look very different post-pandemic. Several association executives discussed trends and challenges that have led to this transformation.