Just when I started to fizzle on the whole Twitter thing (my personal account anyway), along comes an article on why I should be on it. Ray Weikel, publications and communications specialists at International Association of Administrative Professionals (IaAAP), writes about Why Twitter is Worth It in the latest edition of IAAP OfficePro Express.
He opened by saying have gratifying the job had been, how much he had learned and grown, and how much pleasure he had gotten from it. He shared one example.
Our series continues with another leader from American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE). Patricia Adams, RN, CDE, Program Coordinator for the Gutman Diabetes Institute, Einstein Medical Center has been a diabetes educator and a member of AADE for nine years. What’s the greatest benefit of her involvement with AADE? Pat says it's...
My interaction with other educators. I will always tell you that I have learned more from meeting with other educators than I have from reading any textbook.
A great conversation happened over on the ASAE Components Section Collaborate group. It began with a simple request for a sample committee charter or work plan; It morphed though into a dialog on the value of committees.
Peggy challenges us all in her post Meme Time! How are you going to change the world in 2012? to post our goals for the coming year. For me it means continuing our project Association Volunteers! where we shine the spotlight on those people who give their time and talent to their professional associations. The project was launched in 2010 with the Association Volunteers! Facebook fan page where fans can share stories, find inspiration, and give thanks to those that have made a difference.
Just love a challenge which is why I couldn’t resist Maddie Grant’s meme (see my reply) or rthe latest from KiKi L’Italien / Shelly Alcorn’s. There is certainly a part of me that abhors all the resolutions and cute exercises to set a tone for the new year. Let’s face it how many really stick or are even remembered?
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