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Put the Power of .orgCommunity to Work for Your Success

Is your association: Offering education that’s in sync with the digital marketplace? Increasing ROI and engagement with video platforms? Using pandemic-proof technology to keep the connection with members strong? Following critical industry trends?   Join innovators, problem-solvers, and opinion makers to discuss these and other compelling questions at .orgCommunity’s 2020

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The Power to Change Begins With a Question

“Imagine a future where you have the information you need to answer your most critical business questions. A time when you have the confidence to address challenging problems and thrive. And, a culture where you can embrace change, and anticipate a positive result.” Sharon Rice, .orgSource’s Managing Director of Business

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Build a Consensus-Friendly Culture

A genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus but a molder of consensus. -Martin Luther King This quote from Martin Luther King defines what great association leaders do best. By promoting a culture that supports working together toward common goals, they create an environment where consensus happens. A consensus-friendly

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Digital Leaders Fly Ahead of Disruption

Technology is our silent partner in the challenging job of keeping the economy moving during COVID-19. This health crisis has taught us that the more we make the digital world our world, the better equipped we will be to manage both business and life in the face of disruption. Associations

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Scenario Planning Builds a Resilient Future

Should we cancel the conference? Are layoffs needed to keep the organization afloat? How much of the reserves can we safely spend? Responsibility for the decisions that make or break an organization is the tough side of leadership. Selling a solution to everyone who must agree can be even harder.

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Virtual Meetings Grow Association Communities—How to Get Started

Canceling a conference is a decision that most association CEO’s never imagined they would be forced to make. But many organizations recently faced that challenge, and more will probably do so in the near future. Fortunately, technology now gives us alternate ways to continue our work, including providing members with

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