Category Archives: recruitment

Potential Tactics For Attracting Older Millennials to Your Association

I was reading an article in the MultiView Association Adviser and thought it was very good and worth repeating …… While there are varying opinions on the age group of a young millennials vs older millennials however this makes the … Continue reading

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A Welcome Role for the Membership Committee

BY JOE ROMINIECKI / SEP 14, 2016 One association puts its volunteer membership committee to work in calling all new members to welcome them to the association—a rewarding effort for members, volunteers, and the association alike. A common refrain among … Continue reading

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Finding Prospective Members Using LinkedIn

BY JOE ROMINIECKI / AUG 31, 2016 Could you build a brand-new association using only LinkedIn for finding prospective members? Learn how one association professional has done just that. Whatever you’re doing on LinkedIn these days, you’re probably not doing … Continue reading

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How to Grow your Association when your Industry or Profession is Stagnant or Shrinking

How to Grow your Association when your Industry or Profession is Stagnant or Shrinking POSTED BY ANNA CARAVELI 125PC ON MARCH 14, 2016 What do you do when your industry is shrinking or not growing? In an earlier blog, I … Continue reading

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How Associations are Attracting Students to the Profession or Industry

by Amanda Kaiser of Smooth the Path We are finding that there are not enough new graduates to take the place of those who are retiring, particularly in highly technical fields. So associations are helping members attract more grads to … Continue reading

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THE SEARCH FOR A NEW NONPROFIT CEO NEEDS TO BE REALISTIC

I noticed this article in one of my LinkedIn groups this morning. It was written by ed item by Nathan Bennett and Stephen Miles of boardmember.com Although it was originally written in 2012 it is very relevant for today. Boardmember.com … Continue reading

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You Hired Who? Top 10 Nonprofit Employment Mistakes

By Siobhan Kelley – October 15, 2014 Nonprofit employers face a unique set of challenges. They are always trying to do more with less — fewer staff members, less support, less funding. A combination of these pressures can result in … Continue reading

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Media Release ARNBC Welcomes New Executive Director

ARNBC Welcomes New Executive Director VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwired – Aug. 5, 2014) – The Association of Registered Nurses of British Columbia (ARNBC) is pleased to welcome Joy Peacock as its new Executive Director, ARNBC President Julie Fraser announced today. “We are … Continue reading

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There Can Be ” 4″ Different Generations on Your Board

We often think that there can be 2, perhaps 3 different generations existing on one Board yet that amount could actually be ‘4’……… The article below written for the American Society Of Association Executives by HR consultant Sheila Birnbach, president and … Continue reading

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How Integrating Social Media in Your CV Can Give You the Competitive Edge

  By Sebastian Cowie, The jobs market has become increasingly more competitive in the economic downturn. Job candidates need to utilise all the resources at their disposal to make a great impression. Naturally, you must ensure your CV is as … Continue reading

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