Law School Partnership Brings Finance Group’s Certification to Broader Audience

Associations Now

The Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists and Fordham University’s Law School are partnering to bring the Certified Financial Crime Specialist certification to law students and graduates.

Executive Connections: Train, Learn, Survive.

Executive Connections

I attended the Software Information Industry Association (SIIA) Information Industry Summit (IIS) in New York City last week, and I was encouraged by the positive attitudes expressed by leaders in the content industry. In the midst of the current economic turmoil, she sees an opportunity to train 21 st Century employees in new skills—skills that we may not have even heard about yet. Executive Connections. « Launching a Special Year With a Great Summit | Main.

3 Ways Your LMS Facilitates Reflective Learning

WBT Systems

Reflection is an important part of learning, allowing us to process and comprehend new information, taking time to consider it in light of our experience, which helps us to create meaning and knowledge that can be applied to improve performance.

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Accountants Group Debuts Millennial-Friendly Ad Campaign

Associations Now

A new ad campaign, launched by the Institute of Management Accountants, hopes to make young professionals aware of both the importance and value of its Certified Management Accountant certification. Earning an industry certification is cool and valuable.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 12.14.18

Reid All About it

If you’ve ever tried to get people at work to adopt a new technology, you know what kind of uphill battle that can be. Is your association seeking new streams of non-dues revenue as well as new streams of content for your digital and print publications?

International Compliance Group Expands Into U.S.

Associations Now

based office in New York City. With our training and certifications now available for the U.S. membership through referrals from current ICA members, a media campaign, and an open house in New York City.

How to Lead in a Time of Declining Trust

Associations Now

Trust in the certifications it delivers to its members. New opportunities are arising to present associations as trusted sources. For associations that have credential and certification programs, now is the time to explain their value.

Study: Hospitality Industry Jumps Aboard LEED

Associations Now

A new report by the U.S. Green Building Council highlights the rising popularity of LEED certifications among hotels worldwide. That certification could help your organization put on a sustainable event. A new report from the U.S.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 10.4.19

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WBT Systems suggests ten factors you should consider while developing requirements for your new LMS. MemberSuite shares the secret to retaining new members. Vietnamese-style pork meatballs , a recipe from the New York Times, came together quickly for a weeknight meal.

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 2.1.19

Reid All About it

WBT Systems shares examples of association membership models that include online learning , reasons your association should explore this new type of membership model, and issues to consider before you make any changes. The Book Review (New York Times): my kitchen companion this morning.

Obesity Board Sees Success, But Patient Treatment Remains a Challenge

Associations Now

Since its launch in 2011, ABOM has focused on improving doctors’ knowledge and training in the treatment of obesity through standards and certification. In recent years, the number of doctors certified by the American Board of Obesity Medicine has surged.

What Does the Sale of The Washington Post Mean to Your Association?

Association Navigator

Yesterday’s New York Times article, “He’s Going to Break Some Eggs” is certainly worth reading. Key areas where associations used to hold an advantage – information sharing, professional networking and education are now served by lots of new competitors.

9 Pieces of Association History You Didn’t Know

Associations Now

The American Institute Fair, held in New York City annually during part of the 19th century, is considered one of the first major tradeshows created by a national organization. The American Institute later merged with the New York Academy of Sciences.

New Association Tends to Spiritual Element of Healthcare

Associations Now

Education, certification, and advocacy top SCA’s agenda. Based in New York and Los Angeles, SCA is an affiliate of the nonprofit HealthCare Chaplaincy Network. The post New Association Tends to Spiritual Element of Healthcare appeared first on Associations Now

Health and Medical Apps Get Certified

Associations Now

The Health App Certification Program is voluntary and allows developers to submit their apps to be tested in four categories: privacy, security, operability, and content. First-of-its-kind program certifies mobile health apps based on technical, privacy, and content tests.

The Association Business Model: It’s Time For A Massive Overhaul.

Association Success

In addition to membership, we create and try to sell access to products like: newsletters/publications, research, online education, meetings and conventions, certifications, online job banks, and more. Is the product-line business model truly benefitting associations anymore?

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Retail Industry’s New Training Effort Wants to Build Better Workers

Associations Now

The National Retail Federation, currently in the midst of Retail’s BIG Show (its annual tradeshow taking place in New York City), announced a new initiative through its NRF Foundation that would boost training and education opportunities for retail workers.

Leadership through Blended Learning: Sorority LMS Success

WBT Systems

An LMS helps you to deliver a uniform experience to learners that may be geographically dispersed, ensuring that new concepts and core learning objectives are presented in a consistent manner to all learners.

Retailers Raise Concerns Over Slow Chip Card Shift

Associations Now

The new rules, which put the onus on retailers in cases of fraud, are leading a number of major chains, such as Kroger, to limit the number of gift-card purchases that can be made with a credit card in a 24-hour period.

Meet Gen Z Philanthropist Sejal Makheja, Founder Elevator Project

Beth Kanter

Perhaps you’ve been reading about Gen Z and that they’re tech savvy, passionate about doing good, and might just shake up philanthropy. I recently read an article in the New York Times about conference for Gen Z who were learning entrepreneurial skills.

CPA Group’s Recognition Program Introduces Students to Accounting

Associations Now

A new recognition program from the American Institute of CPAs and NAF aims to get more high schools students interested in an accounting career.

Member Services From Top Down to Local First

Associations Now

To revamp its membership and marketing efforts, the CFA Institute recently made an organizational change to support local societies using a new membership activation program. It was a new way of working for an organization with a tradition of top-down operations.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 1.5.18

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Golden Hill: A Novel of Old New York by Francis Spufford was on lots of best-of-2017 lists, the adventures of a mysterious young man in mid-eighteenth century Manhattan, thirty years before the American Revolution.

A Year of New Association Voices: 12 Groups That Launched in 2018

Associations Now

Whether brand-new trade groups, fresh-faced associations, revamps of existing organizations, or issue-driven coalitions, a lot of groups got their start in 2018. New Messages. There’s always room for new voices in the world of associations and nonprofits. New Directions.

Integrated Marketing in the Digital Era

SCD Group

Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN) #9 Products: Unpacked. New York Women in Communications #11 Unique Association Integrated Marketing.

Transgender Law Gets Its First Treatise

Associations Now

The American Bar Association’s new 313-page treatise, Transgender Persons and the Law , is intended to educate both transgender persons and the legal practitioners who represent them. O’Toole, cochair of the New York State Bar Association’s Transgender Subcommittee, in a review of the book. “I

Conference Circuit: The Science of Chemistry

Associations Now

AACC Annual will kick off on Sunday with an opening plenary session featuring John McDevitt of New York University’s College of Dentistry. New this year is the AACC Member Center. Brand-new members who stop by will receive a special gift. Rundown Attendees: 18,000.

Culinary Federation Cooks Up a Master Chef Pipeline

Associations Now

The American Culinary Federation is working on getting new talent into the pipeline and helping restaurants hire those up-and-comers. If new reports of a shortage of up-and-coming chefs are true, “Restaurant Impossible” could take on a whole new meaning in kitchens across the country.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 10.25.19

Reid All About it

If the first three emails new members receive, link them to long-form content and day(s)-long events, a member may assume that the only way to extract any value is to trade in a good chunk of their time.” A new episode is posted every Monday by 1 p.m.,

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Speaking to Alabama Law Students about the Association World

Association Navigator

Because Senator Sessions was a new senator and a former prosecutor I’ve always assumed that it made it easier, as a lawyer, for me to understand the Senator’s point of view. All of these organizations present legal opportunities for new lawyers. (c)(6) courtesy of [link].

Coolest Garage Ever? Association Opens Up New Testing Lab for Members

Associations Now

The Specialty Equipment Manufacturing Association’s new SEMA Garage, opening this month, aims to make it easier for members to create the sometimes-obscure aftermarket parts needed for cars and trucks. Association Opens Up New Testing Lab for Members appeared first on Associations Now

Lead With Your Message, Not Memes

Associations Now

The matter comes up in light of a story last week in the New York Times about how nonprofits are increasingly looking to professional marketing firms to spread the word about their work. More nonprofits are feeling pressure to shake up their communications strategy.

The Nonprofits That Caught Volkswagen Red-Handed

Associations Now

We call it the tip of the iceberg,” T&E Director Jos Dings told the New York Times. “We In the United States, a percentage of new cars are retested in government labs. Revelations of corporate dishonesty have shaken the auto giant this month.

After Doctor Outcry, Gynecology Board Rolls Back Male Patient Ban

Associations Now

The definition was intended to ensure that the field remains a female-only specialty, according to The New York Times. While the certification is voluntary and not required for practice, such standards are often desired by practicing specialists.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 9.27.19

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Claire Cain Miller and Sanam Yar, New York Times ). Try this chimichurri chicken from the New York Times. A new episode is posted every Monday by 1 p.m., Presenters: Agnes Amos-Coleman, MBA, CMP, education, conference, event, certification consultant, Amos-Coleman.

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Need Skills to Pay the Bills? Associations Can Help

Associations Now

A new book by two association professionals explores the role professional societies and trade associations can play in helping to close America’s growing skills gap.

Synergy in the Boardroom: From Chaos to High Functioning

SCD Group

For example, a professional certification program was developed and launched without research to determine the demand; and no marketing support to effectively launch and drive program growth. Opportunities for growth and new income streams were not being fully realized.

Are We All Generalists in Association Culture?

Association Success

Computer Science was the only IT related program offered in college at the time, which I wasn’t interested in, so I earned Microsoft Certifications and learned on-the-job from my colleagues who had experience in the field. However, 3 years into this role, my military spouse received orders to move to New York City, where I found it challenging to find an IT role without possessing a Bachelor’s Degree. A broad skill set could help you meet your members’ needs.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 9.6.19

Reid All About it

The Harvard Business Review describes how the New York Public Library involved employees from 93 branches in innovation communities —could be a good model for chapters. Her herb-heavy crumb coating was fantastic—it’s my new Milanese recipe.

Passive Income Ideas

SocialFish

These companies are listed in the NYSE – New York Stock Exchange. This company is a new entrant into the market, and they have gained popularity due to their high yield savings account. This is simply taking out a new loan on the same property.

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