The most precious resource in the world is not gold but something more valuable, time.
As of the first quarter of 2015, the Millennial generation is the largest portion of the U.S. workforce and your association’s market of members and leaders.
Bylaws are a set of “rules” that provide the framework for your organization but are sometimes overlooked when organizational change happens.
Successful associations have adopted a corporate retail bundling approach and an understanding of member needs through targeting services.
In order to execute, your operational work plan needs to chart a very clear path over a period of time.
Building the mindset in turn builds a great team and a great team innovates through great collaboration. But, how do we get there?
The importance of an orientation is to help the Board fulfill the duties they have been entrusted with by the members of your organization.
It is vital to the meeting and the organization to create a set of guidelines to abide by at every Board, committee or other meeting.
Keeping a Board on track during a meeting is an art form and even the best facilitator sometimes needs other tools to control a Board that has gone “off the rails.”