Fri.Mar 17, 2023

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Association Brain Food: 3.17.23

Reid All About it

The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… Online learning. With for-profit and higher ed competition growing, your association’s online courses must stand out in the crowd. But excellent content isn’t enough to gain market share.

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Foster Member Engagement with Intuitive Community Design

Higher Logic

The post Foster Member Engagement with Intuitive Community Design appeared first on Higher Logic. If your community user experience is hard to navigate, even members who are determined to figure it out will be slower to engage.


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Upgrade Your Event Planning and Marketing with AMS Data Insights


Don’t rely on member and attendee data collected before or during the pandemic to make event decisions. Behavior and preferences have changed for many. Members who faithfully went to events no longer can or want to.

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Event Forecast 2023: The Top Trends You Can’t Miss!

Aaron Wolowiec

Get ready to experience the future of event planning! As we enter 2023, the AV and event planning industries are embracing new trends and technologies to cater to the ever-changing needs and preferences of attendees and planners alike.

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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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Bill to Expand 529 Savings Accounts Reintroduced in Senate, House

Associations Now

The bipartisan legislation, long supported by ASAE, would allow workers to use 529 education savings accounts to pay for voluntary professional certifications and credentials offered by associations. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Mike Braun (R-IN) and Reps.

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Great Expectations: Managing Work Ethic on Your Board

Ewald Consulting

If you have done your job well as board chair, board members should know what is expected of them. Still, You may find it challenging to encourage your board to deliver on their commitments. In this case, consider the following: Communicate what you expect and when you expect it. If a board member is responsible for the minutes, you should have a timeline set for when those minutes will be delivered to you and the board.