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Association Brain Food Weekly: 9.11.20

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The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… Virtual conference pricing. Jim Taylor at BoardSource explains how to recruit for board diversity without disrespecting people of color —and shares a personal example that should make you squirm.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 8.14.20

Reid All About it

Your supplier members are selling year-round so why not help them out, for a price, year-round. Monica Cox, Professor at The Ohio State University. Earning Your Membership: Technology, Learning, and Accolades. The Future of Technology for Nonprofits and Associations.

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Successfully Embracing Change is a Team Effort

Association Adviser

I earned my master’s degree in higher education administration at The Ohio State University and then worked on college campuses for four years. JS: We needed to recruit more members; membership growth hadn’t been addressed in a significant way in some time. Everyone – directors, staff and members – pays the price in poor association performance if there is not a strong partnership. But we had some technology advantages that older associations struggled with.

Team 75

Successfully Embracing Change is a Team Effort

Association Adviser

I earned my master’s degree in higher education administration at The Ohio State University and then worked on college campuses for four years. JS: We needed to recruit more members; membership growth hadn’t been addressed in a significant way in some time. Everyone – directors, staff and members – pays the price in poor association performance if there is not a strong partnership. But we had some technology advantages that older associations struggled with.

Team 70

Successfully Embracing Change is a Team Effort

Association Adviser

I earned my master’s degree in higher education administration at The Ohio State University and then worked on college campuses for four years. JS: We needed to recruit more members; membership growth hadn’t been addressed in a significant way in some time. Everyone – directors, staff and members – pays the price in poor association performance if there is not a strong partnership. But we had some technology advantages that older associations struggled with.

Team 60