I recently read Steve McClatchy’s book, Decide: Work Smarter, Reduce Stress, and Lead by Example. The timing of this book in my own life could not have been better. As an account executive for two non-profit associations, a wife, and mother to three boys, I’ve been contemplating the daily struggle of feeling as though my life is one big to-do list with no end in sight.
AH’s client partner, the National Center for Homeopathy (NCH) used two outside-the-box ways to create networking opportunities for their members during their Annual Meeting this past year.
We all understand the importance of having goals as an association, like growing membership, increasing event attendance and being the go-to resource for professionals in our industry, but in order to achieve those goals, it’s important to set individual, tangible rocks (what’s a rock?!)
I recently attended a webinar entitled “Positive Personal Branding: 18 Email Rules to Accelerate Results” presented by Sue Hershkowitz-Coore through PCMA. Her presentation focused on things to consider when composing a business email – everything from grammar and spelling to the tone of your emails.