Have you given your volunteers all the information and training they need to be successful association leaders?
Here are a few tips to keep your association emails in the inbox and out of spam.
Sure, another meeting may be a stressful prospect, but it needn’t be. Consider these questions when scheduling one (or when a meeting requests pops up).
When success rides on a do-or-delay decision, being properly equipped to make the right choice is as valuable as weather insurance.
It may be past time for your organization to do a strategic planning session.
Let’s talk about association triage – a quick and to-the-point assessment of your organization.
Be assured that things will not be going back to “normal.” Your association is likely facing all of these challenges because the world and our members are changing.
In a previous life I spent my days and nights studying “Robert’s Rules of Order” to prepare for the board and membership meetings of the trade organizations for which I worked in Washington, D.C.
Gail Phillips, CAE, senior vice president of association management for OMG, has been elected to a second three-year term as a director for the Virginia Society of Association Executives. Phillips has more than 30 years of association management experience and… Read more
Deana Wilson was interviewed for the Oyster Pointer newspaper. Deana is OMG’s Senior VP of Education; the interview focuses on her role as director of the Alpha College of Real Estate. Read the article here.