For Manufacturers, For-Profit: Jason Moss of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance Supports Members through Networking and Education

Association Adviser

Jason Moss, founder and CEO of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance can, and he might take you out to dinner if you can, too. Jason Moss, Georgia Manufacturing Alliance. Get out a pen and a piece of paper, and let’s make a list of products you know are created here in Georgia.”

Members Were My Mentors: Building Consensus Among the Folks Who Build

Association Adviser

After more than three decades at the helm of various AGC chapters, Michael Dunham, CEO of the Associated General Contractors of Georgia, Inc. Michael Dunham, AGC Georgia. Association Adviser: Mike, tell us a little about AGC Georgia.

What’s trending?

Aaron Wolowiec

The most dramatic impact on the landscape has been brought about by the convergence of sweeping changes in technology (particularly mobile and social media), demographic shifts, content and knowledge dissemination and management – patterns that affect volunteering and the ability of organizations to meaningfully engage their members,” said Susan Robertson , executive vice president of American Society for Association Executives (ASAE). 6 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.

From the Corner Office: Tino Mantella, TAG

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Tino Mantella, Technology Association of Georgia. This month’s Corner Office spotlight shines on Tino Mantella, president and CEO of the 19,000 member Technology Association of Georgia (TAG). That makes us one of the largest technology organizations in the country.

The Leadership “Advantage”

The Membership Blog

At a recent meeting of the Georgia Society of Association Executives (GSAE) I attended a break-out session on membership communications. It’s the leadership advantage . If you want to regain that unique benefit you can offer your members and prospects, that competitive advantage , invest in leadership development, and make sure your members know about it. When your organization invests in leadership development, a lot of things – all of them good – happen for you.

From the Corner Office: Rob Sumner, CAE, Esq.

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An association lawyer for nearly 20 years, Sumner has more than 24 years of experience in association management and has been an active member of the Georgia Society of Association Executives (GSAE) since 1981. Rob Sumner, CAE, Esq.

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

Association Adviser

Note: Full text of this thought leadership roundtable can be found in the 2016 issue of Association Adviser magazine – coming soon. AA: Do you have any special networking and leadership development programs for your young members? Betsy Monseu, chief executive officer of the American Coal Council (ACC) : The Tomorrow’s Leadership Council has been a very popular program. Mike Dunham, AGC Georgia. But, technology actually enables communication.

How to Design a Successful Mentoring Program

Association Adviser

For organizations, mentoring programs encourage member engagement and retention, facilitate career progression, support development of leadership capacity and break down cross-company silos. Eryn Underwood, Naylor Association Solutions.

Wise Words from the Corner Office

Association Adviser

We address current trends and technology and talk about what our association is doing for members. Becoming a member of that community and gaining access to that professional network and source of leadership knowledge is so valuable. Those are key to leadership success.

Wise Words from the Corner Office

Association Adviser

We address current trends and technology and talk about what our association is doing for members. Becoming a member of that community and gaining access to that professional network and source of leadership knowledge is so valuable. Those are key to leadership success. Wendy Kavanagh, Georgia Society of Association Executives. We want to engage that population because they are the future of association leadership.

Membership and Chapter Growth is a Team Effort at AGC of America

Association Adviser

Our leadership at all levels recognizes that AGC membership is a stronger pitch to industry when we fully tie together national and local membership benefits and work together to build a complementary membership recruitment and retention program.

How Your Association Can Succeed in Social Media

Association Management

For instance, when the Technology Association of Georgia wanted to spark conversation about the state’s tech-rich community, Twitter provided the ideal platform for a tech talk tournament. In fact, success in social depends on translating your thought leadership into engaging dialogue.

How to Produce Association Rock Stars for 100 Years and Beyond

Association Adviser

Wendy Kavanagh, Georgia Society of Association Executives. The Georgia Society of Association Executives is celebrating its 100 th anniversary this year. We’re also putting together an eBook of leadership profiles from GSAE luminaries.

Moose to MOOCs and 3 other articles for association executives

SCD Group

Coursera, a Silicon Valley-based company, is announcing today that it will partner with university systems in Colorado, Georgia, New York, Tennessee and Texas to develop and evaluate the potential of technology that is fueling dramatic changes in how higher education is designed and delivered.

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Are Association CEOs More Important Today Than Ever?

Associations Now

As the face of an organization, the chief executive officer gets the bulk of the praise and criticism for how an organization performs under his or her leadership.

Why CEOs Shouldn’t (Always) Embrace Their Staff Cultures

Associations Now

CEOs need to be aware of the organization’s culture and adjust their leadership styles accordingly.”. This pattern of relationships suggests that organizational culture can be a substitute for leadership.

How Smart Associations Grow Membership

Association Adviser

You don’t need a big budget and sophisticated technology to have a deep understanding of your members and the ability to provide highly personalized service. That’s what Balko and his leadership team share with the board, which he said has historically looked only at membership.

You’re Never Too Old to Learn Something New

Association Adviser

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.