The rise of voice-enabled digital assistants, and how things could grow from there.
Despite the move toward digital, there’s still plenty of appeal in print for association members.
The impact that associations can have on the #MeToo movement.
As industry leaders, how associations respond to sexual harassment matters—to the individual and to their community. Associations are facing challenging questions about how to set the bar for acceptable conduct in their field, enforce fair policies, and promote a positive professional culture that attracts the best talent.
Ensuring the safety of your event is important, but if a sexual harassment incident comes up at your event, due process needs to be considered as well.
May 25 is the looming deadline for organizations to comply with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, and many are not prepared for this fundamental shift in how personal consumer information must be processed and secured. Ready or not, enforcement is coming. Here’s what you need to know as May approaches, especially if you’re behind the curve.
Many organizations are updating their privacy notices before GDPR enforcement begins May 25. The Trust Bridge created this eight-point checklist for establishing transparency and consent with individuals.
When it comes to self-care, leaders need to manage both themselves and their staffs. From sabbaticals to kitchen cabinets to dedicated reading days, association executives have multiple options.
The potential impact on benefits that you should expect, thanks to the new tax law.
Associations have always used their awards programs to drive engagement, increase member loyalty, and generate nondues revenue. But as member demographics change, associations are discovering the need to adjust and evolve their awards programs as well.
Ray Arambula, the IT operations manager for the American Society of Radiologic Technologists in Albuquerque, New Mexico, used to be a DJ.
Mario Garcia Durham, president and CEO of the Association of Performing Arts Professionals, answers questions from APAP member Laura Colby.
Mental Health First Aid, put on by the the National Council for Behavioral Health, helps people in distress.
The Consumer Goods Forum association gains a foothold in China after years of member-driven work.
Pork donations stock Wisconsin food pantries thanks to the National Pork Board’s new Hams Across America charitable giving campaign.
A roundup of new hires and other personnel moves in the association industry.
Take a do-it-yourself approach to board self-assessments.
What self-care measures do you take to stay mentally sharp?
Lindsay Currie, the director of stakeholder engagement for the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society, is a community builder who’s not afraid of hard work. Build your village. Clicking with a mentor can be amazing, but you will need guidance and support from a wider group. A diverse network of people can provide feedback, inform decisions, prompt […]
How SHRM brought its affinity program back to life.
An online resource from the American Bar Association presents the facts behind the law.
Joe Smolen of Empower Retirement outlines the benefits a good retirement plan brings to employees and employers.
Associations are everywhere. Here’s a snapshot from the treasure State.
Following accessibility guidelines reduces legal risk and brings membership rewards.
With the help of augmented reality, the agricultural fair goes digital.
Whether you’re onboarding new staff or implementing a new tech project, a good set of standard operating procedures ensures continuity and efficiency. Justin Burniske, director of enterprise solutions at fusionSpan, explains how to build a great process document.
The American Council of Engineering Companies highlights a strategy to leverage your engaged member experts.
3 tips to get started on a mentorship program.
Whether attendees want to work or play, Texas’ capital city has plenty to offer.
Virtual meeting ambassadors reduce the digital divide.
Steps to running a well-oiled nonprofit from Engine of Impact.
3 things you could be doing wrong.
Brandi Gerew, CAE, the senior association manager of Capitol Hill Management Services, Inc., got her start at the YMCA.
Schooling lawmakers in the importance of nondues revenue.
In sometimes surprising ways, associations play direct and indirect roles in bringing the products, services, and activities of daily life to people around the world. Including rescue dogs.