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Leveraging strategy to amplify education initiatives

Aaron Wolowiec

In an article I wrote in June 2002 for Associations Now , I encouraged readers to take a break from the daily firefighting we’ve come to expect and instead approach tasks with more reflection, strategy and collaboration. But when specifically asked during a recent NACEDA prep session, leaders added travel, opportunity costs, value proposition and marketing to their list of challenges. Aerial of downtown Detroit Riverfront Photo Credit: Vito Palmissano. On Oct.

Interview with an Expert: Beth Hayson, American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons

Blue Sky eLearn

Since I began working at AAOMS in 2002. We also need to be aware of the use and need for metadata that exists in digital badges vs. relying on traditional certificates or diplomas alone. I also see a need for a heavier reliance on marketing, using segmentation to reach targeted audiences and increase attendance. Use data whenever possible to make decisions on timing, content, relevance, cost, and marketing.

Advocating from Afar: Virtual and Remote Grassroots Advocacy

Beekeeper Group

The Dirksen, Hart, and Russell Senate Office Buildings and Ford and Longworth House Office Buildings weren’t cleared for entry until the end of January 2002, three months later! Or, perhaps airfare and hotel rates during fly-in season are cost prohibitive. If you have more time, consider developing a virtual advocate training certification program (outlined below under ‘Advocacy Academies’).

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