High-level female employees tend to see their compensation go up with a woman as CEO, a new study finds—but women at the lower end of the pay scale are less likely to get a boost.
The organization, responding to recent mass shootings, called on Congress to pass a law making domestic terrorism a federal crime. A bill was introduced in the Senate this week.
Broadway entertainer Alton Fitzgerald White has accomplished much, including a record-breaking run as The Lion King’s Mufasa. Closing out #ASAE19, he shared five ingredients that fuel courage, persistence, and, ultimately, success.
When new technology and the constant news cycle push your association out of the spotlight, you must find a way to adapt. Also: a Legend-ary night at ASAE’s Annual Meeting.
Leaders who are changing their organizations can fall short when it comes to selling the change to employees. CEOs who've done it say there's no such thing as overcommunication.
Shifting power dynamics require leaders willing to engage the crowd, said "New Power" authors Henry Timms and Jeremy Heimans, kicking off #ASAE19 Sunday morning.
In a guide released after last weekend's mass shooting in El Paso, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists says news reporting on such events should focus on the community and the response—not the gunman.
Blood banks and community foundations sprang into action to accept donations and offer assistance after two deadly mass shootings in Ohio and Texas over the weekend.
A recent study shows that CEO transitions are happening more often, and under tougher circumstances. Their replacements will need more support than they're usually given.
In order to get to the top of your game or the top of a mountain, you need a few key skills. Everest conqueror Alison Levine advises associations to take risks, adapt, value their team, and lead.