Stronger by Association: Engle Earns Meeting Planner Certification

AMR Management Services

Engle Earns Meeting Planner Certification. The foremost certification of the meetings, conventions and exhibitions industry, the CMP program recognizes individuals who have achieved the industrys highest standard of professionalism. Engle Earns Meeting Planner Certification.

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. Aerial of downtown Detroit Riverfront Photo Credit: Vito Palmissano.

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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. How will these trends impact organizations? Beth Hayson has been working in education at associations for the past 20 years, with 14 of them being with AAOMS.

#ASAE19 Game Changers: Leading With Purpose

Associations Now

Successful organizations thrive on their ability to come up with new ideas. Jeni and Joe in Person Jeni Britton Bauer and Joe DeLoss will speak together at their ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition Game Changer session, “Purpose Takes Over,” on Sunday, August 11, at 2 p.m.

CPA Group’s Recognition Program Introduces Students to Accounting

Associations Now

Building off an existing relationship, the American Institute of CPAs and NAF, an educational organization, developed a program that introduces high school students to the accounting profession to diversify the next generation of industry professionals.

How “Unmembership” Gets Back to the Roots of Associating

Associations Now

This type of organization is hyper-niche and doesn’t make big waves, which makes it easy to overlook. EdACCESS does no advocacy work, no certification, no standards-setting, and no publications.