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In this member spotlight, we look at how the American Payroll Association is moving beyond the reactionary and responsive stages of the pandemic and into initiating and implementing updated certification, educational and sponsorship programs.
Associations that are ready to up their performance should begin by embracing one key concept: To become a high-performing association, you must attract high-performing revenue producers.
Goals can be a motivating ideal for professionals and the teams they serve. How you and your association interact with those goals can make a difference in the personal and professional growth ahead in 2022. Is your association setting goals for the year ahead? Take this one question poll.
“Wouldn’t it be great if…?” That’s the question PAR webcast presenter and Unmuted CEO Rachel Druckenmiller presented to our PAR audience in her webcast, 2020 Vision: How to Reframe and Refocus Current Frustrations into Future Success. We look at some of their answers in this recap.
Many associations have had success with an enterprise approach to marketing and industry partnership. The opportunity for non-dues revenue and alignment can grow by matching solution providers to a program that helps them reach corporate objectives for visibility, thought leadership, and client engagement. Does your association provide a partner program that includes a multi-channel approach to marketing, events and subject matter expertise?
In a recent PAR webcast, Bruce Rosenthal of Partnership Professionals Network (PPN) explored how associations can be more successful by shifting from transactional sponsorships to transformational partnerships. This OnPAR Video Short recaps why Bruce says it’s becoming increasingly difficult to retain corporate sponsors, and how associations and their sponsors can build a mutually beneficial relationship in 2021 and beyond.
In our “3 Questions” series, we ask top industry professionals to answer three questions within their area of expertise. In this edition, we’re talking about how to engage in meaningful professional reflection with Rachel Druckenmiller, CEO of Unmuted. As an experienced keynote speaker and workshop facilitator, Rachel has worked with dozens of organizations to ignite resilience, connection and engagement among leaders and teams and is a valued PAR webcast speaker.
A growth mindset can be a powerful cultural advantage for personal and professional development. A solid start incorporates an organization’s strategy, progress measures, and the ability to perform the necessary operations required to move projects or people forward. When a team or individual better understands how their contributions impact the organization’s work, growth happens.
Meet panelist Mike Thompson who will join us for Webcast New Ideas for Non-Dues Revenue Success. Mike Thompson is the CEO of SVI, a talent development and training company that owns and operates Learner Mobile- an award-winning next generation learning software platform. As one of the most forward-thinkers in leadership and business, Mike is a sought-after speaker who has delivered keynote speeches to hundreds of audiences across Asia, Europe, and North and South America.
Meet panelist Teri Carden who will join us for Webcast New Ideas for Non-Dues Revenue Success. Teri Carden is an association junkie and self-proclaimed girl geek in normal girl’s clothing. After several years of experience in the association technology role, Teri answered a need in the association space by building ReviewMyAMS.com, a trusted site for executives to provide end-user reviews of their association management systems (AMS).