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The Top Books for Community Managers in 2023

Higher Logic

The post The Top Books for Community Managers in 2023 appeared first on Higher Logic. The post The Top Books for Community Managers in 2023 appeared first on Higher Logic. In the name of a fresh start this year, Carrie Melissa Jones highlights seven of her top recommended reads for community builders from 2022.

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5 Books We’re Loving This Conference Season

Aaron Wolowiec

As a result, Aaron has been introduced to new topics and new books that he looks forward to learning more about. Following are the five books that most piqued his interest this conference season.


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The New Book Is Written!


The first draft of our new book, Culture Change Made Easy, is done! And some of the insights we developed are pretty cool, like the need to put culture change tools in the hands of all your employees, and some of the nonobvious ways to overcome the four big culture patterns (e.g., We’re trying to advance the conversation on culture.

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Membership Recruitment Book Release

Membership Marketing

That is why I am happy to share many of these lessons with you in my just-released book, MembershipRecruitment: How to Grow Recurring Revenue, Reach New Markets, and Advance Your Mission. This book aims to answer three critical questions: Why is a growing membership so important? Here are some of the early book reviews.

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The Story of How My Book Came to Be

Elevating Engagement

Talking to podcast hosts has become one of my new favorite things, and one of the questions that comes up often on-air or off is, “Why did you decide to write this book?” And by the end of the book, the reader understands the power of positive experiences so well that they become a Chief Experience Officer.

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Why Can’t We Sleep? This Month’s Book Club Pick


Each month the Association Chat Book Club picks a book to read, study, and discuss. Interestingly, one of the book blurbs written about this non-fiction pick is from none other than Harriet A. Washington, the author of Medical Apartheid (among many other books), whom I interviewed on Association Chat this year!

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Introducing Our September Book Club Selection: “Conscious: A Brief Guide to the Fundamental Mystery of the Mind” by Annaka Harris


As summer winds down and we embrace the crisp energy of fall, it’s the perfect time to delve into a book that challenges our intellect and stimulates profound conversations. Our September book selection is Conscious: A Brief Guide to the Fundamental Mystery of the Mind by Annaka Harris. Why This Book? All the Best!

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