It’s hard work to convince new people to register for your conferences, but your current attendees may be able and willing to help. Here are three tactics for making it happen.
A new study suggests that beefing up basic benefits like sick and vacation leave can improve staff retention—and employees could end up with as much as 40 percent more in retirement savings.
Many associations operate on a calendar-year dues cycle with renewals late in the year, which means their members are currently deciding whether to join up again. Here are three tips to boost the chance of a renewal.
When it comes to enterprise software, there are two camps—a variety of best-in-breed tools or an all-in-one suite. But what should you do if your best-in-breed vendor changes things up on you?
New research reveals that many meeting planners don’t think they have the skills or knowledge to make informed decisions about event tech investments. Is there a way to close the gap?
After the British Columbia Construction Association discovered that hazing and bullying was driving employees out, it launched the Builders Code program earlier this year to change worksite culture.
Launching a chapter network has helped PEN America, a literary organization with almost 100 years of history, recruit new members and reinvent opportunities for member engagement at the local level.
You know how they say a rising tide lifts all boats? Turns out that concept applies to innovation, too—especially if you find the right partner for co-innovation, a growing collaborative trend.
When employees serve in multiple roles, leaders are under pressure to manage better—which calls for a more questioning, encouraging management style.
Post-event attendee evaluations can reveal where your conference hit it out of the park and where it struck out. But do they go far enough? A few possibilities for digging deeper.