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.
Billhighway has built a library full of articles, webinars, templates, and more created exclusively for associations with components (chapters, sections, states, and affiliates).
Shift to virtual has placed a greater emphasis on leveraging technology. We’ll share tools to help maximize chapter performance.
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.
What makes an effective volunteer and chapter leadership development program? One that's available at the moment of need.
Low-performing chapters are a drag on the system and can fuel member dissatisfaction. Associations often respond with checklists and annual chapter reports, but the results rarely generate improved performance.