How Much Do Your Employees Know About Their Benefits?

Associations Now

A new survey found many employees don’t read their employee handbooks. If it’s via a handbook, chances are a lot of your employees may not be getting all the information. online or paper newsletters (39 percent). Don’t simply rely on a handbook, for example.

Jeffrey Cufaude, Idea Architects: Seen Elsewhere: Building Creative.

Idea Architects

In one of my volunteer roles, I write a feature in the ASAE Executive Management Section IdeaLink newsletter called Seen Elsewhere. The best are delivered in a free newsletter every Sunday and make for an inspired start to the week ahead. Jeffrey Cufaude, Idea Architects.

When the Staff Leader Is the Only Staffer

Associations Now

And in a new handbook, “ What the Executive Director of a Very Small Organization Needs to Know ,” [PDF] he offers some practical advice for how to successfully handle the gig. Prepare and disseminate the newsletter and other communications on time.

Top Tips From 2018 Membership Hacks

Associations Now

Take, for instance, NAIOP, the commercial real estate development association, which collects and celebrates good news from members using an online form , or the American Chemical Society, which sends new members a digital membership handbook to get them up to speed.

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How To Get Started Thinking About Online Peer Learning Communities for Nonprofit Professionals

Beth Kanter

e-newsletter, Facebook group, most active Twitter persona, podcast weekly discussion channel, YouTube show (has to be one that engages and interviews people, not showcases the host)?

Authors and Social Media: a recap of 12.15 #SMfastfwd

ChatterBachs

If they resonate, I’ll lead w/ them in e-newsletter subject lines. Change Handbook, Gamestorming, Seating Matters, resonate are on the big pile in the office. Scotia Systems ( @scotiasystems ) has put together an excellent recap of the 12.15 #SMfastfwd tweetchat on “Authors and Social Media” It is also well done visually. They have graciously allowed us to use their write-up here on the ChatterBachs blog. The original post can be found on the Scotia Systems site.