If you’re a leader of (or in) a professional association, you’ll be working with your peers to make it more financially secure, more effective in representing the interests of the membership, better at recruiting new members and better at retaining existing ones. That is what you want for your association, isn’t it? Good.
I am a member of the Canadian Society of Association Executives (CSAE). One benefit I really appreciate, along with the excellent library, is the webinar series. When I am thinking about a topic, I often find myself on the CSAE website to see what resources exist on that topic.
Writing from my home office, with my children at the kitchen table learning off their laptops, and after 3 hours of virtual meetings with my team and a few clients, I thought I would take a moment to muse…
There is so much to learn about engagement and movement.
As COVID-19 continues to disrupt the meeting and association world, Sea to Sky has been proactively working with each of our clients to manage the changes necessary to ensure a successful transition for their conferences, events and meetings, and the day-to-day management of their associations.
Our team has come together to support our clients, even though we are now working apart, virtually, from our homes.
People like to name things. And then try to figure out what the name means. This really applies to our generations – from the “Baby Boomers” (that’s where I fit in) to “Generation X,” then “Generation Y” (albeit changed by someone to the “Millennials”), to the newest generation, “Generation Z,” or “Founders”, neither of which seem that descriptive.
I propose we name generations based on how libraries are organized.