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Congratulations to Dustin Scott, CMP! Dustin recently passed the CMP exam, earning the prominent CMP credential!
ISAE would like to extend a welcome to our newest members:
Mallory Drewes, Signature Event Rental
Taylor Shattuck, Shattuck & Associates Consulting, Inc.
Wall of Wine is back!
The ISAE scholarship committee is collecting donations of wine that will be sold at the Annual Convention. Donate funds during your convention registration, bring a bottle to the convention, or drop off a bottle at the ISAE office. All proceeds support the ISAE scholarship program.
The latest issue of ASAE Inroads is out. The topics included in this edition are:
House delays vote on spending bill
Charitable tax bill fails in house
Coburn releases report on tax code giveaways
IRS raises standard mileage ratesRead the entire issue of ASAE Inroads here.
How CEOs can best manage their boards
Harvard Business Review
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 to no one. But as investors have become more powerful and boards more sovereign, CEOs have had to learn to manage not just downward through the ranks of their companies, but also up.
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Does your association need a mobile learning strategy?
Many of your traditional onsite learners have turned to e-learning in the past few years. But now there’s something new to consider: mobile learning. Should your association implement a strategy around it?
Past president's syndrome: What will your former leader do in 2015?
By William D. Pawlucy
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 with an important purpose. The role of the outgoing president is vaguely defined or not at all. How is this possible, and how can it benefit the organization? Why should we define this role more succinctly?
How a one-minute video brought the Foo Fighters back to Richmond — and what associations can learn from it
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 even on the calendar that the band can’t ignore you. And there’s much associations can learn from this video marketing strategy.
The leap leaders have to make
The Demand Perspective
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 and consulting. Yet most associations, to one degree or other, seem to be diving into a fast-paced and fluid environment, with porous and shifting boundaries, from an organizational platform initially set up to represent and advocate for well-defined industry and professional spaces. Their fixed packages of benefits and programs pre-suppose stability and limited customer choices in an environment of multiple choices in which businesses have to be on constant alert—adapting to changes and delivering continuously new solutions rather than defending territory.
10 ways to bootstrap your event marketing
Only a small percentage of events have abundant marketing budgets. In most cases, event planners find themselves working with limited budgets and marketing is often one of the first line items to get slashed. Without marketing there are no sales and without sales there is no money. That’s why many planners find themselves doing their marketing on a shoestring budget. In this article we look at what you can do to kickstart your event marketing with limited resources.
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