From GSAE: Understanding Change at Your Association

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I attended a webinar held by the Georgia Society of Association Executives (GSAE) where Dr. David Renz , Director of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership at the University of Missouri - Kansas City, spoke in great detail about successfully leading change initiatives.

Leadership Lists

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Or perhaps it was because Dean Smith attended the University of Kansas, my alma mater, where he learned basketball from the best ever – Phog Allen. Association Management Companies CM Services Leadership Volunteerism dean smith leadership Rick Church We’ve all seen them. Some of us have written them. I’m talking about lists…not grocery lists or to-do lists. I’m talking about the tenets of leadership lists.

Lessons Learned from March Madness

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Roy coached my alma mater the University of Kansas for many years. Association Management Companies CM Services Leadership Uncategorized Volunteerism coach coaching losing NCAA winning There are many lessons we can learn from sports – both positive and negative. Just off the top of my head I am thinking about these – how to build a great team; how to coach, not preach; the virtues of ethical behavior and more.

Are associations stuck?

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Toto, I have a feeling we''re not in Kansas anymore." We’re not able to operate associations as we did 20 years ago. In recent visits with association executive directors, the conversations with two stick in my mind. The first association executive director.

Location, Support Network Prompt Holistic Nurses’ Big Move

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A desire to be centrally located and to improve the association management resources available to them made moving 1,000 miles from Arizona to Kansas an easy decision for the American Holistic Nurses Association. Their destination: Topeka, Kansas—1,000 miles away. “We

A New Type of Conference Education

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What Can Your Association Learn from Chicken Learning? A year ago, we set out to change this dynamic at Western Nursery and Landscape Association conventions. Emily is a Certified Association Executive (CAE) and has a MPhil Management degree from the University of Cambridge.