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What smart associations do differently
Association Adviser
The world’s geography and climate has been changing before our eyes. The economy, financial markets and labor market are greatly improved. So if rising tides lift all boats, why are most associations reporting flat or low single-digit growth?
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Time to end term limits?
Associations Now
According to Beth Gazley’s 2013 ASAE Foundation book, “What Makes High-Performing Boards?,” 89 percent of associations have a policy on term lengths. There’s a little flexibility within that: 27 percent of organizations have a stated policy of no term limits or require a break between terms. But by and large, boards are structured to bring in fresh blood and, hopefully, fresh ideas. There’s a downside to that structure, though: The potential disappearance of institutional memory, inconsistent engagement, or just the loss of a very smart and dynamic board member.
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Where will your next big idea and new revenue stream come from?
The Demand Networks
In the frenzied hunt for the next innovation or great idea that will bring in new sources of revenue and reverse decline, most organizations across sectors often turn to the outside, for the proverbial magic bullet. What they leave on the table is the rough diamonds in their own resources that are hidden or disguised before their eyes.
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Ways to improve your association's email communication
MemberClicks
Email communication is not only the norm, it’s outright expected. But when your members open their email inboxes they’re buried under work notes of varying importance, blog subscriptions, social media notifications, message board updates, dozens of newsletters, ads, spam, and then maybe some personal correspondence, too. How is your association communication supposed to get through all that mess?
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Why it's so hard to turn fickle millennials into leaders
Inc.
Among the starkest data points in Deloitte's 2014 Global Human Capital Trends report is this one: About two-thirds of companies around the world consider themselves weak in developing millennial leadership. Meanwhile, only 5 percent of companies rated themselves as "excellent" in that field. The data comes on the heels of other reports showing trouble in leadership development programs. Among those findings: Companies are hurting themselves by failing to differentiate between high-performance and high-potential employees, and though they recognize the importance of talent development they're not putting their money where their mouth is by investing in development programs.
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5 steps to take your education programming from blah to wickedly smart
Midcourse Correction
Curation: It’s more important than you think. And it’s extremely critical to the success of your education programming. When it comes to choosing education programming, curation involves deep excavation of the right content for the right audience at the right time for the right issue.
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How to stand out in your next meeting
By Deborah Wipf
Communication isn't just what we say. It’s how we say something — our tone of voice and our nonverbal cues, including facial expressions and body language. Sometimes our nonverbal cues can betray our intended message. One example that sticks out to me involves our beloved cellphones. Let's face it; we're addicted to those things. Don't believe me? If you've ever experienced that moment of panic when you couldn't locate your phone, you're addicted. Cellphones are great, and they're intended to facilitate better and faster communication, but sometimes we misuse the tool.
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How to have friends at work when you're the boss
Harvard Business Review Blog Network
There’s plenty of research supporting the idea that having friends at work makes you happier and more engaged. But here’s what the research doesn’t address: friendships at work are tricky, especially when you’re the boss. So tricky, in fact, that many senior leaders avoid them.
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