There are skills required to reach the top, and there are skills needed to move an organization into greater success. Unfortunately, those two skill sets aren’t always the same thing. Also: ASAE’s Great Ideas Conference is off to a big start in Colorado.
At ASAE’s 2018 Great Ideas Conference on Monday, the three Main Stage Speakers pushed association execs to build strong brands, effective teams, and workplaces that offer community.
Many new leaders say they want a clean break, but there are benefits to keeping the former exec around—so long as everybody’s clear on the roles they’ll play.
At ASAE’s 2018 Great Ideas Conference, Sunday’s Main Stage Speakers, Fredi Lajvardi and Kelly McDonald, challenged attendees to embrace diversity of thought to better serve their organizations, members, and missions—and to ultimately fuel innovation.
The nonprofit community is focused on building long-term recovery solutions for the storm-ravaged territory through the Resilient Puerto Rico Advisory Commission, a group with foundation funding and local leadership.
A new report from the public relations giant Edelman finds that trust in institutions, including nonprofits, is seeing a sharp decline in the U.S. The report makes the case that to break through, now might be a time to focus on the individual voice.
The Association of Fundraising Professionals is launching a multiyear campaign that aims to tackle issues of gender inequality in leadership and pay. First up for the Women’s Impact Initiative: A survey, out next month, that analyzes the impact of sexual harassment on the industry.
In order to develop the next generation of industry leaders, the Association for Manufacturing Excellence launched its new AME Emerging Leaders Program.
Changing the way you think about board member recruitment in one simple way may lead to creating a better board. Also: growth strategy tips for major donor relationship-building and more.
The coalition of journalist groups, which dates to the early 1990s, struggled after the departure of two of its founding groups. The members that remained with UNITY to the end have pledged to invest in diversity programs in the coalition’s place.