With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, offices want to enjoy the holiday, but not veer into territory that can make staff feel uncomfortable. Two HR experts offer tips to help Valentine’s Day stay fun and appropriate.
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.
Content management systems are losing some of their innovation luster, in part because our needs are changing. Your CMS still matters, but the context for your content has to extend beyond the web.
Executive transitions can be uncomfortable for boards and CEOs alike. But they're also opportunities to think about an organization's future.
While an attendee’s experience is typically thought to be the responsibility of the meeting pros who put it together, their managers can also help make their time onsite more valuable. Some ideas for getting managers more involved.
After Congress repealed a section of the 2017 tax law that required associations and other tax-exempt groups to pay UBIT on some employee benefits, organizations are owed IRS refunds. An expert offers options for what associations can do with their refund money.
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.
Use Office 365 in your workplace? You may want to turn off an upcoming new feature—so your users aren’t suddenly pushed to use Microsoft Bing as their search engine starting later this month.
Can association CEOs have a hand in board nominations without looking like they're just looking for rubber stamps? Two execs say yes, but care and diplomacy are in order.
A new Eventbrite report makes the case for embracing experiential marketing tactics in 2020 to grow your audience and get noticed. Here's a look at how it could work.