Months after the organization was roiled by an email scandal, the organization that puts on the iconic pageant brought multiple Miss America winners onto its leadership team this week.
The ongoing #MeToo movement has shone a light on sexual harassment at conferences and other events. A new coalition, led by the Association for Women in Events and joined by ASAE, aims to put an end to it.
Google's postmortem process helps their teams turn mistakes into valuable learning experiences. Also: Podcasts could help to boost event attendance.
Following a White House order providing more mental health assistance to veterans, the veterans service group has launched a hotline and more resources to connect those needing help.
Holding on to traditional management mantras may be stopping your organization from moving forward. Also: How one nonprofit was able to bring its event theme to life in a fresh way.
At conferences, “networking” can become too much like overeager hustling. Patience—and some good questions—are more effective.
How does your organization respond to change? One author shares the three states of response for groups. Also: Nonprofit Hub shares new ways to raise money.
More than they’re getting, according to one expert. But these days, learning more theory will have to compete with the need to learn on the fly.
Tragic "backover" incidents involving young children gave advocacy groups a reason to push for laws mandating the use of rearview cameras. This week, federal regulations will require the devices in every new car on the road—about a decade after such a law was passed.
A grassroots movement for increased school funding inspired the Arizona Education Association to help—first, by not getting in the way.