How to stand out in your next meeting  Deborah Ike Share this article I’ve been thinking a lot about communication lately. Communication isn’t just what we say. It’s how we

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BY JOE ROMINIECKI / APR 13, 2016(iStock/Thinkstock) To hire an executive with experience in association management or in your members’ field is an important choice every association must make from

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DO YOU LEAD WITH THE RIGHT METRICS? BY MARK ATHITAKIS / APR 4, 2016(iStock/Thinkstock) You track revenue and memberships, but that’s not enough to know if your association is hitting

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TIERED BENEFITS: A BETTER SOLUTION FOR TRADE ASSOCIATIONS? BY JOE ROMINIECKI / APR 6, 2016(iStock/Thinkstock) A multilevel membership structure that varies by benefits chosen, not by company size, could eliminate

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BOARDS / GOVERNANCE 12 Reasons Why You Should Gracefully Resign from a Nonprofit Board By Gene Takagi on June 16, 2014 inShare98 Great Article by Gene Takagi   Are you

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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

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Have you ever sat in a board meeting gnashing your teeth and saying to yourself, “When is this meeting going to be over?” or “Why won’t they listen to me?”

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Transparency is a word that gets bounced around a lot in boardrooms these days, so it’s not surprising that many high-functioning organizations have adopted a transparent and accountable approach to

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While Board training can be an annual ongoing project, the optimum time to have it is after your Annual General meeting and before your first regular Board meeting. Usually 3-5

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The talk of making events paperless has been a long-running drum beat with mixed results. But in the age of the event app, there’s a case to be made for

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