While many associations have taken note of rises in prices and restrictions related to event cancellation insurance, there are other insurance concerns to consider. From workers’ comp to cyber and homeowners insurance, an expert offers a look at areas to review.
A new report shows a downward trend in association membership over the past year. But it points to strong leadership and the ability to serve members in a more customized way as promising factors in ensuring long-term sustainability.
Jobs are coming back as organizations see the pandemic abating. But the new normal means new skills to ask candidates about—and new questions leaders should be ready for.
Members need their association when times are tough, but they may be facing hardships or other impediments to staying connected. Here are three ideas for keeping your members close and engaged with your community.
As vaccination rates increase and people get more comfortable with the idea of attending meetings again, some associations are taking baby steps by hosting microconferences in several cities instead of having one large meeting. A look at the format and its benefits.
As associations prepare for the post-pandemic workplace, new research can help provide tips on where to focus when it comes to employee well-being and return-to-work planning.
One association got a boost in membership, engagement, and retention by listening to members, tailoring resources to directly meet their needs, and being open to new ideas.
Associations still need to be cautious and limit their goals when it comes to in-person meetings. But that leaves room for creativity too.
A new report from the American Institute of Physics examines how scientific groups should reimagine their meetings to better meet stakeholder needs. While the report is geared toward scientific audiences, its suggestions can benefit all association meetings.
With remote work making communication challenging, better listening by employers can help workplaces thrive. New research reveals ethical and strategic listening helped employees feel better connected and organizations make better decisions.