Capital Bike Share launched today. It’s a marriage of new and old. It’s reaching out and using the technology available while holding on to the traditional ways that still resonate.
ASAE10, ASAE's annual conference in Los Angeles this past month, was notable for a number of reasons and one of them is a learning experience in and of itself. This year’s meeting really highlighted the new conference attendee.
Leaving on a jet plane, don't know when I'll be back again .... oh baby
Well I do know when I'll be back again. It'll be after 5 days of non-stop fun and learning at #ASAE10 in Los Angeles. Here are the first 5 reasons I'm going (there are way more!):
My aha for the day (maybe the week or month!): associations are approaching social media the same way they approach chapters and other components. The aha came out of reading an insightful post from Scott Gould on How I Profile A Community’s Participation To Inform Next Actions.
The Promotional Products Association International (PPAI) hosted the 2010 Regional Association Council’s 11th annual Leadership Development Workshop (LDW) last month in Grapevine, Texas. And while it was focused on its 175 executive directors and volunteer leaders from all 28 regional associations, it offered lessons – and lots of ideas – for associations which are planning leadership conferences.
Office Depot has it right - customers want things to be easy. That goes for busy members as well. We need to make it easy to volunteer.
The “trick” to building your volunteer base is matching members to the right job. Making a good match is as much art as science.
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