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Past president's syndrome: What will your former leader do in 2015?

In 2015, a large number of organizations will undergo some type of board change. But what happens to the "past" president of the organization? In most organizations, the roles of the executive officers and directors are clearly defined...

source: By William D. Pawlucy
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The best things you can give your members have nothing to do with standing in line, waiting for a sale, or scouring ads. In fact, you don’t even have to get out your credit card. Growth, contribution, and association assistance all go a long way in building strong...

source: MemberClicks

Over the years, associations have evolved into educational and service organizations competing in the same sphere as a veritable deluge of diverse providers —from tightly focused and efficient training outfits to more strategic services like leadership development...

source: The Demand Perspective

In 2015, a large number of organizations will undergo some type...

source: By William D. Pawlucy

The next time someone on your committee says, “let’s survey members” consider this: Member surveys are the most often used method of member research. While easy, cheap and fast, survey results for associations can be wildly inaccurate. Inaccurate and incomplete...

source: Smooth The Path

Leading up — helping those above us to lead well and achieve what we all want (namely, success for the enterprise) — is a critical skill for all employees, including executives at the top of the company pyramid. In an earlier era, CEOs were at the apex, accountable...

source: Harvard Business Review

When your favorite band hasn’t played in your town for 16 years, what can you do to persuade them to visit? If you’re Andrew Goldin, you use a video to sell so many tickets for show that’s not...

source: Association Adviser


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