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Without key insights and takeaways, professional development investments are wasted. However, as more organizations offer continuing education both to support their strategic missions and to deliver business results, the threshold to meet or exceed the increasingly sophisticated expectations of attendees is changing.
Approximately 27 million working-age Americans are currently starting or running new businesses. What if you could replicate the secrets of their startup success within your own department or organization?
For association executives, implementing a well-planned strategy can be like entering the Hunger Games arena.
EduTours lure conference attendees out of the classroom and into the community to not only gain exposure to real-world problem-solving, but also to apply these lessons learned to present-day association challenges in a fun and collaborative way.
The Certified Meeting Professional Advisory Council takes the successful face-to-face program virtual.
Are you under the impression that all associations are experiencing diminished attendance at their in-person events? Has your organization's meeting function experienced a year-over-year revenue decline - however slight - since the 2007 recession?
The Certified Meeting Professional Advisory Council has refocused the CMP preparation course to reflect less memorization.
Aaron Wolowiec started "teaching" when he was in elementary school...
Association Impact caught up with the four very dynamic MSAE Rising Leader honorees and captured their perspectives on what it's like to be a young professional working in associations.
Shortly after launching my consulting practice in 2011, I realized that both my clients and I could benefit from benchmarking data on meetings industry best practices. However, the data and statistics that currently exist are largely national in scope. For a variety of reasons, the Michigan experience is different than that of associations operating inside the Beltway.