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.
The Autism Society of America changed its April awareness campaign to one more focused on acceptance, with the goal of achieving more inclusion and belonging for people on the spectrum of autism and their families.
Dealing with difficult employees is trickier in remote work, where supervision and performance tracking are more complicated. Use these tips to mitigate the effects of a toxic behavior in the remote environment.
In a special five-episode series, Associations Now Live presents insider views on leading associations in 2021 from the executives who are doing the work every day. Don’t miss these revealing conversations, streaming weekly in April and May.
Strategic plans mean thinking about the future. But if COVID-19 has clouded the crystal ball, a two-year strategic plan focused on the near term might be the best option, one association found.
Part of giving good feedback is about paying attention to work habits and seeing how teams function as a whole—which is more difficult in a dispersed workplace. Here are a few tips offering helpful feedback remotely.
A new report from the Ethics & Compliance Initiative finds a surge in rule-bending over the past year. Also: Lessons in community management from a New York Times group that’s being set aside.
A report shows that boards have become more future focused in the past year. But challenges on tech strategy and diversity remain.