What Do You See When You Look In the Mirror?

Association Leaders

Check out this video clip and short blurb from a 2014 NBA Playoff game between the Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers. check out my March 3, 2014 blog post “Hard to Say I’m Sorry and Other Leadership Anthems). Association Management Companies CM Services Leadership Uncategorized Volunteerism leadership self image Good leaders have many common traits and behaviors. We’ve explored many of them through this blog.

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Lessons Learned from March Madness

Association Leaders

In this intense and emotional situation, I would suggest to you that nine out of ten coaches in Roy Williams position would be seen arguing with the referees, pleading with them for just one more shot, probably throwing their arms in the air in disgust, possibly throwing other things like towels or cups (maybe a chair if you’re an old Indiana University coach), possibly even physically bumping the referees in an attempt to intimidate them.

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Associations Note: Being 1st to Market Still Relevant

SCD Group

Carney, assistant professor of management, University of California, Berkeley''s Haas School of Business, says the "first is best" effect suggests that firsts are preferred even when completely unwarranted and irrational. 2/10 Why wait for an Association''s Monthly Newsletter ?

Hockey Feud Shows What Happens When Associations Forget about Their Members

SCD Group

As a hockey fan, the current “lock-out” shows hockey leaders (management and players union) are the dumbest “association” going. Associations and nonprofits are not immune from similar feuds. I was the Deputy CEO of one of those associations. I’m a huge hockey fan.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 11.16.18

Reid All About it

The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… Does anyone on your staff have the association CIO mindset ? Find out how learners and associations benefit from microlearning programs. Associations & Nonprofits Brain Food

CEO of Small Association Responds to Staffing Small Nonprofits

SCD Group

Guest post by Bill Knopf Steve, re your March 16 post headlined Staffing for Small Associations and Nonprofits. This ad is typical of micro associations with a dysfunctional board, limited volunteer resources or expertise to draw on, and little to no money.

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