How do you handle Founder’s Syndrome?

  Imagine how uncomfortable the board was. The founder of the organization had just asserted that, although the bylaws prescribed term limits, he was not ready to step aside. “I

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How to Manage Your Association in a Crisis.

  Mayday, mayday, mayday! The distress call known around the world might have the same name as International Workers’ Day – May Day – but they have no other connection,

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by William D. Pawlucy One member said about the programs and services of his nonprofit, “I feel like I am walking in a fog and picking programs that might work for

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Thanks to MultiView Association Management for supplying this article. by Robert C. Harris Scheduled to start at 5 and end at 8, the meeting began with 20 people making self-introductions. They

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  Thanks to MultiView Association Management for supplying this article. by Shawna Strickland and Bob Harris The last item on the board’s agenda read, “Board Evaluation.” The last page in

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Thanks to MultiView Association Management for supplying this article. by Leslie Gaines-Ross The unpredictability of our current political environment, in the U.S. and around the globe, has drawn company leaders

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Thanks to MultiView Association Management for supplying this article. by Robert C. Harris This is not a story about a quorum — though one would hope there are no empty

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Robert C. Harris Wednesday, December 07, 2016 What purpose does this committee serve? At the first meeting of the committee, one of the members asked the chair, “So what should

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Special thanks to Connie and Bob for providing this article, regards Terry Connie Hanner and Bob Harris Volunteers are integral to an association or other not-for-profits. Members are asked to

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BY JOE ROMINIECKI Struggling to get members engaged? Perhaps the problem’s not in your methods but in the engagement opportunities themselves. More online collaboration tools. Better messaging. Finer demographic data.

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