Association Leaders Weigh in About Member Challenges, Millennials, Talent Development and Pivoting for the Future

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Our colleague Eryn Underwood’s recent article Why Millennials Join Associations and What Associations Can Do to Keep Them has been republished by a number of state society publications, so it appears we struck a nerve. Note: Full text of this thought leadership roundtable can be found in the 2016 issue of Association Adviser magazine – coming soon. Association Adviser: How is your organization connecting with millennials? Millennials don’t want to meet face-to-face.

Best of the Web: April 2014

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We Can’t All Blame Ourselves: Why Millennials Need to Pull Their Own Weight. Regardless of change and differences in generation styles, there are areas where it’s still appropriate to expect Millennials to conform to traditional ethics and hard work. Association Leadership.

From GSAE: Creating a Young Professionals Group at Your Association

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But if you’re still struggling to engage Millennial members (and Gen Z members, for that matter), you’re not alone. Fortunately, the Georgia Society of Association Executives hosted a webinar a couple of weeks ago centered around this very topic. association management association leadership member engagement membership management Small Staff ChatterIt was one of the biggest topics (and challenges) of 2017. And in 2018, we’re STILL talking about it. The topic?

Solutions for Your Membership Conundrum

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We don’t very often give millennials the mic and ask them directly, ‘what’s important to you in life?’” NCRA’s Good recalled a time 10 years ago when his leadership team thought trade shows were a dying breed. Tactics for engaging millennials. AGC Georgia’s Dunham agreed. “I

You’re Never Too Old to Learn Something New

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I spoke with CEO of AGC Georgia Michael Dunham the other day about association leadership, career development and mentoring (see his Corner Office profile). Leadership skills that may surprise you. Hank Berkowitz, Association Adviser.