As an association executive, you may not think of yourself as a founder, but Harvard Business Review argues why you should to be more effective. Also: Instagram puts hashtags front and center.
Dozens of major oil producers and American Petroleum Institute members announced that they would follow a voluntary standard to limit the level of methane emissions created in the process of producing oil and natural gas. It represents API’s first attempt to actively fight pollution.
A new study finds that a leader who shows humility can help drive creativity within an organization if that meets the expectations of his or her employees.
Leaders can avoid decisions that intimidate them by piling on studies and discussion. But boards and CEOs can be deliberative while being decisive too.
Inspiring trust in your employees doesn’t have to be complicated. Simply displaying a few key traits can go a long way to gaining their confidence. Also: engaging ways to show gratitude to donors.
Volunteer leaders sometime stick around longer than bylaws dictate. That’s a problem not just for the people in charge but those hoping to be.
The association, whose Declaration of Geneva is intended as a modern version of the ancient Greek oath for physicians, recently adopted one of the largest updates to the declaration in decades.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s legally mandated structure has created a high-profile leadership crisis this week—one that reflects existing criticisms over the laws that govern the bureau.
No, but a firm vision is essential, and the best ones can convey it while still understanding employees’ needs.
With funding expected to be an issue with the next U.S. Census and the process expected to move online, nonprofits and associations could play an even more important role in ensuring everyone’s accounted for—especially among minority populations. More than two years out from the 2020 Census, concerns have been growing about how budget shortfalls might […]