You’re exploring new ideas for online learning programs, but how can you create content when you don’t have the time or money to design an online course?
While the pandemic led many associations to offer free education and events as a way to best support members in 2020, now is the time for organizations to re-evaluate their pricing strategy to ensure sustainable revenue.
It’s the start of a new year, a great time to get motivated and reevaluate what works and what doesn’t. Here's 6 ideas to get the most out of volunteers, while also giving them a rewarding experience.
In her 2020 CEX presentation, Coaching Volunteers to Focus on What You Need, Laurie Reuben asks us to see every volunteer engagement as a mutual learning opportunity for both the association leader and for the volunteer.
We look forward to seeing how this turbulent year will shape our thinking as we head into 2021 and beyond. Here's the lessons we've learned in 2020.
In the presentation The Hardest Conversations are the Most Important Ones: The Power of Perspectives, Lowell Applebaum, encouraged us to see these conversations as opportunities that can lead to better understanding and growth.
CEX 2020 was a whirlwind of sessions, games (trivia, bingo and a wild scavenger hunt), and networking all in a virtual setting.
It’s November – the month of thanks! Here are a few inexpensive ways to say thanks to your fav volunteer or anyone on your shopping list.
What makes an effective volunteer and chapter leadership development program? One that's available at the moment of need.
CRPs…how’s your year going? We’ve seen the impact the pandemic has had on the associations we work with and sometimes, it isn’t pretty.