Current Leadership Challenges

Moery Company

Recently, I was having a discussion about leadership with a good friend of mine and he asked me, “What are the leadership trends you’re seeing? What are your thoughts on leadership during this unique time that we’re all going through?” Hello, friends.

The Current Role of Leadership

Moery Company

One of the realities about the current role of leadership – and times when we’re not dealing with a crisis such as a pandemic – is getting your team to buy-in to your values and mission. Leadership association hustle leadership leadership tips thought leadership

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Business Leadership Program Now Open for Enrolment

Moery Company

As part of that effort, we created a Business Leadership Program geared towards providing minority students with skills to excel in the professional world. The post Business Leadership Program Now Open for Enrolment appeared first on The Moery Company.

Thought Leadership Sponsorships for Virtual and In-Person Events

Moery Company

The post Thought Leadership Sponsorships for Virtual and In-Person Events appeared first on The Moery Company. Sponsorships mike thomas sponsorship sponsorship idea thought leadership thought leadership sponsorship video virtual event sponsorship

What’s the 411 on Association Membership and Leadership? – Ask JP #039

Moery Company

Recently, I had a great conversation with a really good friend of mine who is an association CEO and he asked, “What’s happening in the area of association leadership? The post What’s the 411 on Association Membership and Leadership?

Leadership Lessons for Associations From a Wartime General (8:15) – Association Hustle Podcast Episode 259

Moery Company

Today’s episode is about leadership. I don’t think there are bad companies or bad associations, however, I believe that there is poor leadership and that is the primary reason why associations and organizations don’t perform well. Today's episode is about leadership.

How do you address current leadership challenges? – Ask JP Moery #027

Moery Company

We were talking about leadership and he said, “You know, what are the leadership trends you’re seeing? What have you been thinking about leadership during this unique time that we’re all going through?” So, today for you, the Ask JP question is, “What are the leadership challenges and how do you address them?” The post How do you address current leadership challenges? Hello, friends. The question today is from a good friend of mine.

Association Leadership Hustle – Moery Webinar

Moery Company

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JP Moery Joins Episode of W.A.C.E. Chamber Leadership Podcast

Moery Company

Chamber Leadership Podcast to chat about the importance of chambers and how to leverage a chamber’s value during the COVID-19 pandemic. Chamber Leadership Podcast on Twitter: @WACEPodcast. Chamber Leadership Podcast appeared first on The Moery Company. Moery News chamber leadership chamber of commerce podcast WACEJP Moery joins W.A.C.E. CEO Dave Kilby on the latest episode of the W.A.C.E.

Leadership Lists

Association Leaders

I’m talking about the tenets of leadership lists. I love reading other people’s tenets of leadership lists. I’m constantly working on my tenets of leadership list – I hope you are too. However, I encourage you to read two other recent blog postings I’ve read to see what others think are important leadership tenets. Absolutely critical in leadership. So, what are some of my leadership tenets? We’ve all seen them.

Consensus – The Association Leadership Challenge

Association Leaders

They’re used to making the decisions on their own or within a small leadership team. Consensus is a collaborative process by which decisions are made based on overwhelming agreement of a group. Ultimately a decision by consensus is one that everyone supports (or can live with). Associations are groups of people or companies with similar interests or in similar professions or industries.

Why empathy is a key leadership skill

Association Success

Although job descriptions often leave out many soft skills related to emotional intelligence, empathy is a key leadership skill. . The post Why empathy is a key leadership skill appeared first on AssociationSuccess.org. The most common reason people leave jobs: A bad boss.

Critical Leadership Skills Necessary to Move Forward – Association Field Report (June 26, 2020)

Moery Company

Today’s report from the field is about leadership. The post Critical Leadership Skills Necessary to Move Forward – Association Field Report (June 26, 2020) appeared first on The Moery Company. Business Practices association field report leadership leadership skills post-pandemic skills thought leadershipI think it’s at a premium right now. Here are three things that I find absolutely critical right now.

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4 Leadership Links

Wild Apricot

Here are 4 posts on leadership and board topics that we''ve bookmarked on Apricot Jam this week. Board leadership Apricot Jam

JP Moery to Speak at Thought Leadership Conference in Cambridge, MA

Moery Company

JP Moery, president of The Moery Company, will be speaking at the Profiting from Thought Leadership seminar , held on November 14 and 15, in Cambridge, MA. The event exists to advance the practice of thought leadership marketing in addition to the industry-shaping thought leadership research conducted by Rattleback , one of the nation’s leading marketing agencies. Can’t make the event but want to learn more about building your firm’s thought leadership agenda?

Will AI Change Leadership?

Associations Now

New machine-learning research on leadership is scrutinizing CEOs’ every word and facial expression. These videos can reveal a great deal about a CEO’s leadership approach through verbal and nonverbal patterns that have been unexplored as yet. The post Will AI Change Leadership? But don’t rush to change yourself to please an algorithm. If you’re a CEO, you’re being watched. A little more than you usually are, anyway.

Leadership Lessons from the Military

Association Leaders

Being in the association business, we often see professional speakers who talk about management, change, people, leadership, and more. The article talks about a few new(er) business consulting firms that have been formed by retired military leaders who are now teaching the military leadership principles they used to succeed on the battlefield to business leaders. There are many leadership lessons we can learn from the military.

Inclusive Leadership: Make It an Association Priority

Association Adviser

What Is Inclusive Leadership? Inclusive leadership is a complicated topic. Leadership itself is multifaceted and we’ve seen a change in leadership over time. Leadership used to be very focused on command-and-control. Then the concept of servant leadership came into vogue, and leaders were asked to focus on serving those in their charge. Inclusive leadership takes that one step further. Features Leadership association leadership leadership

Evaluating Our Leadership Styles

Association Success

I recently published an article about authentic leadership , directing people’s attention towards the leadership structure of their organization in order to feel its social, economic, political and environmental pulse. The experience of being interviewed provoked me to reflect on my personal leadership style, the leaders around me, and what authenticity means for the way we organize our associations. Two important aspects of authentic leadership are reflection and honesty.

Why Gratitude is an Essential Leadership Skill

Association Adviser

The post Why Gratitude is an Essential Leadership Skill appeared first on Association Adviser. Features Leadership Membership association leadership gratitude thankfulnessA number of studies have linked gratitude to improved health, stronger relationships and heightened productivity. Here's how your association can encourage a work environment that thrives with thankfulness.

Lessons in leadership from 2014

Aaron Wolowiec

Athitakis has written on nonprofits, the arts and leadership for a variety of publications. And I do worry, as I wrote back in May, that social-media herd mentality might trickle down into leadership , leading to groupthink. Listening is an underrated leadership skill. I tend to gravitate to this particular leadership theme without explicitly trying to; it just seems that so many shortcomings with CEOs boil down to errors of miscommunication and failures to listen.

Rejuvenate Your Leadership

Association Leaders

Find a way to rejuvenate or re-birth your leadership. Association Management Companies CM Services Leadership Uncategorized VolunteerismSpring is a time of rebirth and rejuvenation. Flowers and plants begin to bud after a (usually) long cold winter; America’s favorite past-time, baseball, begins; College students from around the country travel to warm weather and beaches to celebrate; Christian and Jewish faithful celebrate Easter and Passover.

Busting Myths About Inclusive Leadership

Association Success

Does your association practice true inclusive leadership? A topic that has been on my mind a lot lately is inclusive leadership. I know there’s a lot being said about diversity inclusion, but inclusive leadership goes way beyond that. Inclusive leadership is about bringing people in and making them feel valued and giving them a safe space to express themselves and contribute. When it comes to inclusive leadership, there’s no box to check, there’s no quota to meet.

Leadership is a Lifestyle

Association Leaders

Great leaders enact their leadership style into every aspect of their life (business and personal). Then again, no one ever said LEADERSHIP was easy. The next time you’re struggling with some aspect of your life, apply your business leadership principles to it and you’ll succeed. Association Management Companies CM Services Leadership Uncategorized VolunteerismHow many great leaders do you know or have you known? Not many, I’m guessing.

Has Your Leadership Evolved For The New Normal?

Velvet Chainsaw

Your organization’s sustainable success depends upon you transforming from normal to new normal leadership says Radar’s Tod Martin. It requires that the leadership team adapt collectively through coordinated change. The bigger question is whether our leadership has changed with it. What’s holding you back from evolving into new normal leadership? What’s most challenging about new normal leadership? The post Has Your Leadership Evolved For The New Normal?

Do Smartphones Hurt Your Leadership Ability?

Association Leaders

Association Management Companies CM Services Leadership Uncategorized association management leadership I’ve often wondered if I could be a better leader if I was less connected to email, google, news feeds and apps through my smartphone. I try not to be rude about my smartphone use. I try hard to not check it during business meetings or when I’m in a conversation with someone else.

Leadership is entirely about Character

Association Leaders

While General Schwarzkopf is best known for being the Commander of Operation Desert Storm in the early 1990′s, his leadership skills were developed through his years at West Point as well as years spent rising through the ranks in the U.S. Those of you who remember General Schwarzkopf, may remember he had many sayings about leadership. My favorite is “Leadership is a potent combination of strategy and character.

Leadership Lessons from Abraham Lincoln

Association Leaders

We have explored leadership in many of these blogs. We have discussed leadership qualities, leadership characteristics and leadership do’s and don’ts. I recently saw this post emphasizing four lessons learned from Lincoln about leadership: 1. If you have suggestions on additional leadership qualities demonstrated by Abraham Lincoln, please share them here. Association Management Companies CM Services Leadership Uncategorized Volunteerism

Is Your Leadership Bubble Transparent?

Reid All About it

This could be any large old-fashioned association whose leadership is unknowingly out of touch with their members. A leadership cosseted in their bubble and running things the way they wish without regard for the little people. Would anyone be surprised if one day this old-fashioned leadership gets their well-deserved comeuppance? Tagged: Association , Leadership. Associations & Nonprofits Association Leadership

The Pandemic’s Effect on Association Membership, Events, and Leadership – Association Hustle Podcast Episode 227

Moery Company

The post The Pandemic’s Effect on Association Membership, Events, and Leadership – Association Hustle Podcast Episode 227 appeared first on The Moery Company. On this week’s episode JP answers your most asked questions about membership renewals, events, and leading during a pandemic. Hello and welcome to JP Moery’s Association Hustle Podcast.

Is co-leadership right for your organization?

Association Success

Associations North serves association professionals in North and South Dakota and Minnesota with education, leadership growth and professional development opportunities. . Kisskeys and Ruzek are often asked about their co-leadership model because it’s so rare. We decided to interview Kisskeys about this model to discover the benefits and drawbacks to this unique style of leadership. . Kisskeys and Ruzek realized the potential for co-leadership.

Great Leadership Bloggers

Association Leaders

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while you know it’s mostly about leadership. Leadership is a tricky subject. There are many “experts” on leadership – some self appointed, others earned. No two philosophies on leadership are identical. Leadership is not a science – it’s an art. One more thing I wanted to discuss today – I came across a list of “ The 25 Best Leadership Bloggers ” recently. (Of

Reimagine, Renew, Rebound: The Path Forward for Association Leadership

Association Adviser

The post Reimagine, Renew, Rebound: The Path Forward for Association Leadership appeared first on Association Adviser. COVID-19 Resources Features Leadership association leadership change managementNo doubt about it, every association executive is asking themselves, “What’s next?” What next for revenue? What next for member retention? What next for member services? What next for staff retention? What next for morale? The list of questions is almost endless.

Evolve Your Association Leadership Style: 3 Practical Ways

MembersClicks

The needs of your staff and members will be ever changing, so it’s in your advantage to try and keep ahead of the curb by continuing to evolve your leadership style. Take a look at these three beneficial types of leadership that anyone can start incorporating into their association leadership today. association leadership member engagement member retention Small Staff Chatter

Fundraising and Association Leadership

Eric Lanke

Associations LeadershipIn the past year, me and my association have gone through dramatic transformations. With regard to my association, we have significantly increased the amount of money--and our dependence on that amount of money--that is raised from our members through our 501(c)(3) foundation. Gifts have consistently gone from 3- and 4-figures to 4- and 5-figures and, if our efforts and success continue, soon will be tipping into the 6-figure territory.

Is Civility a Leadership Trait?

Association Leaders

Most of these posts address leadership characteristics and leadership issues in general. One leadership trait I haven’t previously considered is civility. CM Services Leadership Volunteerism I recently read an article online about the decline in civility in our society and the responsibility we can all take to be civil in our actions – both personal and professional. You can read the article here.

Leadership Lessons from Walt Disney

Association Leaders

Association Management Companies CM Services Leadership Uncategorized Volunteerism Walt Disney is widely regarded as having been a great leader. Having never met Mr. Disney, I certainly cannot speak directly to that. However, the business he created is still thriving today – largely because of the ideals he instilled in his business and his employees. I read an interesting article about Mr. Disney and a book written by a long-time former employee and Disney executive recently. .

Capacity Building: A New Way to Think About Leadership Development

Wild Apricot

The newest article in our Membership Knowledge Hub – A New Way to Think About Leadership Development – explains that membership-based organizations need to empower their volunteers and volunteer leaders by strengthening and building their leadership capacity. membership leadership

Selfless Leadership is the Best Kind – Are you a Selfless Leader?

Association Leaders

I view leadership as a journey. Sometimes I am working on all cylinders and practicing great leadership techniques. Other times, I struggle and find myself practicing more of the “don’ts” than the “do’s” of leadership. Like most worthwhile things in life, I find when I’m struggling with leadership I need to go back to the basics – to remember that leadership isn’t about ME – it’s about others! Click here to read an interesting post on selfless leadership.

Can Bad Leaders Teach Good Leadership?

Association Leaders

An interesting question I’ve often considered is ‘Can we learn good leadership skills or traits from bad leaders?’ Author, James daSilva thinks, like I do, that we can learn both good and bad leadership skills and traits from bad leaders. Since leadership is about motivating a group of people to act toward achieving a common goal, we can learn about the art of leadership from both bad and good leaders.