Wed.Mar 15, 2023

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Will Associations Ever Move Past Shiny Object Syndrome to Strategy?

Mizz Information

It would never have occurred to me a decade ago–or even five years ago–that in 2023 I’d still be writing about social media still being considered a shiny new thing to associations, or that associations would still be grappling with, essentially, social media 101.

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Event Planning Has Risen in the Ranks of Most Stressful Jobs

Velvet Chainsaw

IStock Photo by cyano66 Before the pandemic, one could argue that jobs with life-and-death consequences were surely more stressful than planning an annual conference. But things have changed.


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Is a Four-Day Workweek Right for Your Association?

Associations Now

Many organizations are considering moving to a four-day workweek. But how can you implement a flexible work schedule to staff and still provide the same level of service to members? One association shares how it found a balance through iteration and practice.

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Does Your Team Speaks The Same Language?


Does Your Team Speaks The Same Language? Teams may have all the tools they need for communication, but our intentions and meanings don’t always come through as intended.

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How to Fix the 10 Biggest Mistakes in Gamification

Speaker: Stephen Baer - Chief Creative Officer, ELB Learning

Whether you are looking to improve the content you have already created or are interested in trying new gamification strategies, Stephen Baer, Chief Creative Officer at The Game Agency, will share the secret sauce to make your training interactive, effective, and FUN. You won’t want to miss how to make your training stick!

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Acknowledging problems is part of managing expectations

Effective Database

Acknowledging problems is part of managing expectations Research was done some time ago that suggested that the best way for doctors and hospitals to avoid costly litigation for malpractice was simply to apologize. The vast majority of people who sued their doctor or hospital just wanted someone to admit that mistakes were made! I find … Acknowledging problems is part of managing expectations Read More » Wes's Wednesday Wisdom

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