Associations still need to be cautious and limit their goals when it comes to in-person meetings. But that leaves room for creativity too.
COVID-19 has put a spotlight on the importance of empathy in the C-suite. Now, stakeholders and hiring committees are prompting CEOs to do more than pay it lip service.
CEO turnover is up as organizations look for different kinds of leadership due to the pandemic. To avoid that fate, CEOs can manage expectations and make sure their organization sees the whole picture.
After members pointed out the lack of diversity in its leadership ranks, the American Institute of Architects created the Next to Lead program. The two-year program will help 16 ethnically diverse women become more involved and prepared to lead.
Ethics touches almost every aspect of association management. This sampling of articles from our archives could help you cultivate a more ethical organization.
A new study shows that association staffers are understandably anxious about the COVID-era economy. Easing those concerns will require broadening the scope of revenue streams—and of association leadership.
Diversity is critical to board effectiveness, and the right representation doesn’t happen by accident. These tips can help you make an honest assessment of where your board stands now and whether you need to add new perspectives.
A new Georgia law that many contend is aimed at suppressing voters, as well as concern over similar legislation in other states, has caused many organizations to speak out. Spanning industries, these groups say laws should encourage voting, not enact barriers to it.
Associations stepped up to take on key public health roles during the pandemic, informing the public and supporting front-line workers during a difficult time.
An association's relationship with its people is often finished with an exit interview or end of a volunteer's term. But there are good reasons to keep those connections.