Roberts Rules Made Simple

Roberts Rules of Order are one of the most accepted forms of meeting management procedures. While it hard to believe, they were developed in the 1800’s (not a typo!) Yes,

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The ROI on Board Service

  “Leaders are made, they are not born“. -NFL Hall of Fame Coach, Vince Lombardi. So where does one find a good source for leadership development? Association boardrooms are ideal

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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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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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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

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Boards are episodic decision-making groups, as opposed to groups that need to construct effective decisions together daily, so their tasks are usually cognitive—setting processes, considering facts, and predicting outcomes. It’s

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Boards need to operate at a high level, but airy, general strategies don’t help direct an association. One expert shares some advice for keeping the balance. Keep ’em out of

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CAN ASSOCIATIONS ATTRACT MILLENNIALS WITH CREDENTIALING? BY EMILY BRATCHER / AUG 4, 2016 A recent study finds that more than 90 percent of educational institutions are offering credentials and digital

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HOW’D THE BOARD MEETING GO? ASK THE NEW BOARD MEMBERS. BY MARK ATHITAKIS / JUN 6, 2016(iStock/Thinkstock) Associations strive to prepare volunteer leaders before their first board meeting. But as

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HOW TO HANDLE RISK AT RISKY MOMENTS BY MARK ATHITAKIS / MAY 23, 2016(iStock/Thinkstock) News of economic weakness shouldn’t unsettle associations—it should prompt them to think more about what’s worth

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