Month: April 2022

Making the Case for Professional Development to Your Staff and Members

by Aaron Wolowiec I was recently asked by a state society to design a session on professional development. It’s one session in a series of 11 intended for association professionals who want to broaden their…

Is Your Virtual Conference Engaging Enough to Prevent Multitasking?

After two years of living in pandemic mode, we look at time differently. Because many people rearranged their lives so they could spend more time on what they value and less time doing unfulfilling work,…

Why People Aren’t Registering for Educational Programs—and What You Can Do About It

Work is constantly in the news these days with stories about The Great Resignation, returning to the office vs. staying remote, and short-staffed businesses. In an uncertain job market, you’d think everyone would be doing something…