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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  KEY QUOTE FROM THIS ARTICLE “The hard work in learning soft skills comes from having to apply them in complex and unpredictable performance situations. By sensitizing yourself to the

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  George Bryce, barrister & solicitor Website: www.brycelaw.ca  Email: gkbryce@telus.net   The new Societies Act will come into force on November 28, 2016, and the current Society Act will then be

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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

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By Katie Bascuas from Associations Now The beginning of a new year is a perfect time to hit refresh on your professional plans and goals that might be feeling stale. Here are some

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By Nell Edgington from Social Velocity This is my favorite time of year. Despite the darkness of the last few months, December is often about reflecting on the year that is drawing to a

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