If your association’s work environment is dealing with these four things, it’s time for a culture wake-up call. Also: why getting social is key to purposeful meetings.
Association staffers and volunteers are often overwhelmed, especially this time of year. That makes it a good time to think about your organizational culture.
If implementing change takes forever, it might be a sign to revamp your decision-making structure. Also: an example of successful marketing storytelling.
Associations can often struggle to launch a foundation or sister organization. One persevered by sticking to its vision.
The T-Mobile CEO, who is leaving the company in the midst of a high-profile merger, is often cited as an effective change agent and industry disruptor. Here’s what made his strategy work so well.
The CEO of an association management company has become famous for his ambitious out-of-office email messages. His success with these humorous gems shows the importance of fun and authenticity in your interactions—whether or not you’re taking a break.
When board members fail to show up or don’t carry their share of the load, a few changes to the bylaws can help. Also: The key to event innovation is team collaboration.
Board diversity is still a challenge at nonprofits and for-profits alike. Solutions will require actively thinking about strategic needs—and noticing the people raising their hands to help.
Micromanaging, lack of transparency, sticking to the status quo—when leaders embody these principles, nonprofits can’t grow. Also: When it comes to microcredentialing, put learners first.
The National Association of Secretaries of State’s #TrustedInfo2020 campaign will help promote state and local election officials as sources to go to for accurate election information.