Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.9.16

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EDT* – Providing Multilingual Communications at Your International Event. This one’s for my North Carolina association community. Facilitator: Tom Purdy, IT Director, North Carolina Board of Nursing.

Wise Words from the Corner Office

Association Adviser

Meena Dayak, vice president of integrated media and communications for the American Public Power Association: Our content comes from different sources. Andy Curliss, North Carolina Pork Council.

Wise Words from the Corner Office

Association Adviser

Meena Dayak, vice president of integrated media and communications for the American Public Power Association: Our content comes from different sources. Tracy Mehan III, executive director for government affairs at the American Water Works Association: A lot of our advocacy-related communication is shoe leather. They often come to us seeking to make a difference on behalf of the industry, although sometimes we recruit or suggest people for projects based on our subject matter needs.

The Emergence of the Chief Data Officer: Part 1 of 3

Association Adviser

” Some 19 percent of business leaders expect to recruit a CDO in 2014, while 17 percent foresee a CDO appointment, according to a study by Gartner. Christina Motley. We’re inundated with data. So what? Why care? How does it benefit my association?

Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.12.17

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And if you live in North Carolina, free the Mimosa (and the Bloody Mary too). See how different fonts and typography communicate beyond the words they form. Recruiting new members is important, but existing members are the lifeblood of your association.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.9.18

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Derek Ham, a North Carolina State University professor, asked: “What was it like to be there? Sohini Baliga, director of communications, Taxpayers for Common Sense, and executive director, Vienna Choral Society.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 1.6.17

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Yup, we’re expecting our first snow of the season tonight here in North Carolina. This webinar will look at board membership (recruitment, development, self-assessment), process (structure, meetings), capacity, and fiduciary concerns.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 10.18.19

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Last week, we got three dozen Pirate Pearls oysters in our North Carolina seafood share so I roasted them and served them alongside a Vivian Howard recipe for brown butter spiked with hot sauce, lemon juice and lemon zest.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 8.9.19

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The most important element in marketing and communications is segmentation, says MemberSuite. If you want to make Eastern North Carolina pulled pork but don’t have a wood-fired barbecue pit and eight hours to kill, then pull out the Instant Pot and try this recipe.

On Collins’ “What Makes Powerful Nonprofit Leaders” – a conversation with Association Trends’ 2007 Young and Aspiring Association Professionals

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Key employees find entrepreneurship an increasingly viable option, recruiters swarm after the best people in a war for talent, young people reject the idea of long-term employment at a single enterprise, boards and shareholders demand more executive accountability, the media exposes and amplifies flawed decisions and poor performance, and so on. communication and engagement modes, to be comfortable with innovation.