How to Hire The Ideal Freelancer

Association Success

The thought can even seem too good to be true: low cost, talented individuals that need little management or guidance to do stellar work for your association. Often times, freelancers don’t work in the office and you’ll scarcely (if ever) see them face-to-face. How to Hire a Freelancer for Your Association. There are a bunch of websites like Upwork and Freelancer - these are an OK place to start. The key is to find the right one.

Add Chapters to Make an Old Association Feel New

Associations Now

Launching a chapter network has helped PEN America, a literary organization with almost 100 years of history, recruit new members and reinvent opportunities for member engagement at the local level. Reaching 100 years old is a milestone for any association , and it naturally prompts thoughts about how to reinvigorate the organization as it begins its second century. New threats to free expression, press freedom, and discourse have emerged.”.

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.12.17

Reid All About it

Your weekly list of free webinars and events for the association community… How are associations using learning technologies? Don’t you want to know? Even if your organization doesn’t currently use or plan to use technology to deliver learning products, and regardless of your size or budget, please take 10 minutes to contribute. She likens it to Costco where “ you pay an annual fee to be a member so that you can go to their store and spend money.”

Keys to Association Career Success

Association Adviser

Probably the best piece of career advice I’ve heard in a long time came the other day from Michael Bloomberg , former mayor of New York City and billionaire founder of Bloomberg, LP: “If you like what you do, you’re going to do more of it and the more you do of it, the more successful you’re going to be—and that gives you more reason to like it.” You don’t have to be an aspiring billionaire to follow it.

Membership Wakeup Call for Associations

Association Adviser

Many associations tell us their membership is back to where it was before the 2008-09 downturn, perhaps even a bit better. Associations must adapt to shifting demographics, new communication platforms and changing member preferences. High performing associations anticipate member needs before the member has to ask. ” If you’re over a certain age, you’ll notice some 21 st century upgrades to Joe’s original lyrics from 1978. How associations are stepping up.