This topic is of such interest we are offering sessions on both Sept. 29 and Nov. 3.
Association Laboratory's sector research discovered that one of the most enduring challenges facing association executives is keeping volunteer leaders out of the weeds. In addition, this research discovered that the misdirection of leadership focus is contributing to poor volunteer leader engagement; threatening the ability of your association to recruit and engage future leaders. It is impossible to engage and incorporate your leadership successfully without focusing them properly.
During this webinar you will learn the following.
Attendees will receive:
Complimentary Looking Forward Dashboard Access - The Looking Forward Dashboard is the association sector's most comprehensive source for primary association sector research. You can review the most recent and useful association sector research on the factors impacting members, the challenges they create and the solutions pursued by associations to adapt. Customize the data to your needs and download a report to guide discussions with your staff and volunteer leadership.
Free White Paper: Leading Strategic Change in Associations - This research-based, peer-driven white paper outlines recommendatoins from 25 CEOs on how to successfully lead strategic change.
CAE Credit - Certificate for one CAE credit (live attendance required)
Register for three webinars and one of them is free, or join us for six and receive two free. Any member of your team may register and last-minute transfers are no problem. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Leading Strategic Change in Associations
Every association executive will be faced with the reality of leading or participating in strategic change at an association. The ability to successfully diagnose and lead strategic change is thus an essential competency for association leaders.
This white paper will help association executives diagnose the reasons for strategic change, help assess the barriers and provide ideas on the success factors necessary for successfully leading strategic change.
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|Looking Forward 2021 Solutions: Executive Summary (0.74 MB)||Available after Purchase|
Nikki Golden, CAE, is a strategist with Association Laboratory, which helps associations make strategic business decisions—on everything from membership to strategic planning to educational programming/certification—using state-of-the-art research. Previous to this position, she was the executive director of the International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery.
Nikki has been recognized for her work in the association world, making the inaugural list of Association Forum of Chicagoland/USAE Forty Under 40 list. Nikki is an active member of Association Forum of Chicagoland, where she has served on the Editorial Working Group and Content Planning Committee, chaired the CAE Working Group and Membership SIG. She also frequently facilitates for the Association Forum’s CAE Study Course and its Association 101 program, has presented at Forum Forward and has been a contributor to FORUM magazine.
Nikki built her association career working in both marketing and membership, with the National Association of the Remodeling Industry and the National Roofing Contractors Association.
Miranda Barrett, CAE, PMP has a diverse background in a variety of membership organizations. Prior to joining the Association Laboratory team, Miranda served as Vice President of Membership at The Community Company, which launches and manages professional communities for media brands. Miranda led a team responsible for the communications, publishing, member service, events, online communities and overall retention of 20+ organizations. Prior to that, Miranda held a number of positions at the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), for ten years. She also served as the Executive Director of the Women In Trucking Foundation, growing their scholarship program.
Miranda has spoken around the world on topics of entrepreneurship and community-building. She has extensive international experience, including launching new chapters of EO, expanding the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards to 55 countries and bringing groups of entrepreneurs on diplomatic mentoring missions to Africa, South America and the Middle East.
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