Fri.Jan 04, 2019

The Tension Between Content And Process In Facilitated Conference Learning Experiences

Velvet Chainsaw

Have you ever attended a conference education session because of the presenter and not the content? (I I think most of us have.). Have you ever been surprised when a full day workshop ended? You were so engaged that time flew by without you realizing it.

Daily Buzz: Mistakes to Avoid in 2019

Associations Now

In order for your organization to achieve greater success this year, you have to avoid the activities that held you back in 2018. Also: developing a physical security strategy at events. Come the beginning of a new year, many resolutions are made to be better and achieve greater success.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 1.4.19

Reid All About it

The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… If your association has chapters or geographic components (sections, affiliates, local networking groups), please participate in the Chapter Benchmarking Study.

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Membership Hack: Ask a Question by Email

Associations Now

A monthly email that asks a single question about membership can boost engagement and give a glimpse at long-term member trends. How to hack it? Many associations continuously fine-tune their email messages to members, too often throwing in everything but the kitchen sink.

How to Organize Your Desk in Less Than 10 Minutes


Kick off the new year right with these tips for quickly organizing your workspace. Remove distractions. Ask yourself what actually needs to be on your desk. Ditch the knick-knacks (when was the last time you actually used the stress-ball you got free from a trade show 3 years ago?).

Nonprofit Aims to Provide Students With Audiobooks

Associations Now

Learning Ally aims to give students with learning disabilities an upper hand in the classroom with its Great Reading Games, an audiobook-driven educational program.

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