The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community…

Free educational resources and events for the association management community

Virtual networking incubator. Amanda Kaiser, Member Engagement Specialist at Kaiser Insights LLC, and Arianna Rehak, CEO and Co-Founder at Matchbox Virtual Media, have cooked up a fantastic-looking experience during which you can learn how to radically strengthen your virtual events by offering meaningful, quality networking opportunities for members and attendees. Together, with your cohort, you will solve the virtual event networking problem while participating firsthand in a variety of virtual networking experiences. Applications are open until January 29. Expect six refreshingly vibrant and highly engaging gatherings held every other week, starting February 11. 

Rockefeller habits. Maddie Grant and Jamie Notter at Propel have launched a free course, Introduction to the Rockefeller Habits. Anticipating the question forming in your mind right now, Jamie wrote a post titled, If You Don’t Know What the Rockefeller Habits Mean for Associations, You Should. A few CEOs whom I admire practice these habits so I plan to make room in my schedule to take the course. Because there’s always time to learn, right?

Virtual volunteer fatigue. WBT Systems suggests putting on your behavioral scientist hat if you want to recruit and engage volunteers while virtual fatigue is running rampant. They share ten strategies for motivating members to volunteer and mentally show up for meetings.

Sponsorships. You can always count on Bruce Rosenthal for insightful advice on sponsorship programs. His 21 tips to improve your corporate partnership program (with links to additional resources) is the place to start (and return to) if your sponsorship program needs tweaking or overhauling.

Associations in 2021. Jay Younger of McKinley Advisors said, ”The passage of time provides us with the gift of perspectiveto make sense of each of life’s unpredictable twists and turns.” He shares his hopes for association initiatives in the coming year, plus wishes them “the gift of perspectiveto enable us to adjust our worldview and consider some of the good along with the bad.”

Quick hits

  • The joys of being an absolute beginner—for life. (Tom Vanderbilt, The Guardian)
  • Did you know? Wilmington 1898: When white supremacists overthrew a U.S. government. (Toby Luckhurst, BBC News)

Good eats

Skip down to the list of free webinars if you prefer take-out. If you’re a home cook, check out the weekly In The Kitchen posts on my Grabbing the Gusto blog.

  • I love discovering new fish preps since I get two pounds of fish every week. This weirdly named but excellent Bon Appétit recipe for green seasoning baked cod (flounder in my case) tasted like summer. I adjusted the peppers, using a whole habanero, but only half a gigantic red bell pepper.
  • Remember the working mom’s go-to meal, hamburger (or tuna) helper? Make your own: homemade hamburger helper. This website’s user experience is horrible: too many ads and something that prevented me from scrolling down to the recipe, so I PDF’d it. It’s so obnoxious, I almost don’t want to send you there but we liked this simple dish. And, yes, I know I have a free, crappy baby WP-hosted site with awkward ads I don’t control, so who am I to talk, but it requires no maintenance and works for me. Back to the recipe, I used ground bison instead of beef and added tomato paste and extra pasta. Next time, I’ll add mushrooms too.
  • We hadn’t had greens in a few weeks, gasp, so I made a collards sauté to go along with our fatty pasta. I added bacon, red bell, red onion, carrot, jalapenos and garlic to the pan with a swirl of sherry vinegar at the end.
  • If you have vegetable odds and sods hanging out in the frig, make a frittata. The one I made recently included broccoli stems, scallions, red bell pepper, garlic and leftover crispy kielbasa (the garnish for last week’s split pea soup), and was topped with a mix of cheeses. Any leftover collards will probably end up in a frittata too.

Here are the educational events scheduled for next week. If you have a free webinar or event coming up, please send me the link before Wednesday evening the week before it’s scheduled. I’ll be happy to feature it as long as it’s not too product-centric.


Fri 1/22 at 10 a.m.* – Predictions for COVID-19 Recovery (NYSAE Engagement Lounge)

Although the first quarter of 2021 may not look too different than the last quarter of 2020, association leaders are doing their best to complete their full calendar of programs and carry out their strategic objectives. What does that mean? Do we have approval to book live conferences? Are we planning to reopen our offices? Are we building back our bench? 1 CAE credit. More info/register.

Host: New York Society of Association Executives

Facilitators:

  • Holly Koenig, CEO, NYSAE
  • David Jackson, CMP, HMCC, managing partner with KKD Tourism Advisors

*All times are Eastern Standard Time unless otherwise noted.


Fri 1/22 at 10 a.m. – Member ROI Simplified: Safeguarding Your Organization’s Future

The most important method for safeguarding your organization’s future is to research, embrace, and maximize your Member ROI. Learn how to measure your current ROI in actual dollar numbers, use the numbers for influencing the membership decision, grow your ROI, and prove beyond a doubt that membership in your organization is a good business decision. More info/register.

Host: Ed Rigsbee, CAE, president at Rigsbee Research


Fri 1/22 at 11 a.m. – PD Professionals Zoom

Join a group of association professionals whose work includes or is exclusively professional development. Breakout room topics will include asynchronous virtual education, virtual conferences, and Zoom tips. More info/register.

Organizer: Claudia Trapp, CAE, Senior Director, Programs and Education, IRP, Inc.


Fri 1/22 at 1 p.m. – Ask the Association Veteran Anything

Topics include: virtual events; converting an in-person event to online; engagement in a virtual event setting; business model changes; repurposing content; decline in membership, engagement, or attendance; how to remain relevant; and staffing shifts to meet the changing needs of the organization. More info/register.

Host: Blue Sky eLearn

Presenter: Amanda Davis, CMP, Director of Learning & Development and Online Learning Manager, Blue Sky eLearn


Mon 1/25 at 11 a.m. – The ROI Member Recruitment Brochure: How to Create Brochures That Positively Influence Membership Decisions

Learn to determine who should be membership targets, which features of membership should be highlighted, how to develop an effective brochure layout, decision motives for joining, and how to train your members to use the brochure. More info/register.

Host: Ed Rigsbee, CAE, president at Rigsbee Research


Mon 1/25 at 1 p.m. – Chatting with Agnes & Cecilia

This series of 15- to 20-minute videos cover hot topics and issues related to 501c organization management. New episodes are posted by 1 p.m. every Monday.  Check out Cecilia’s Nonprofit Executive Spotlight series too.

Hosts:

  • Cecilia Sepp, CAE, CNAP, principal and founder, Rogue Tulips LLC
  • Agnes Amos-Coleman, MBA, CMP, education, conference, event, certification consultant, Amos-Coleman

Mon 1/25 at 3 p.m. – How to Create Names That Get Noticed

The right name can attract customers, increase sales and differentiate you. The wrong name can turn away prospective members, frustrate people and weaken your brand. Learn how to develop winning names for publications, events, workshops, webinars, courses and products to help you energize attendance, increase participation and drive interest. More info/register.

Host: Sidecar (formerly Association Success)

Presenter: Alexandra Watkins, Chief Executive Boss Lady of Eat My Words


Tue 1/26 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Marketing Automation & Technology Systems Demo Day

Tasked with finding the right marketing technology systems for your organization? Wondering what platforms are out there and what features you should be looking for? Join us for our free Marketing Automation & Technology Systems Demo Day event and experience seven in-depth demos from industry partners that are standing by ready to help. More info/register.

Host: ASAE


Tue 1/26 at 11 a.m. – Virtual Workshop for Association Professionals

Learn how to solve big problems and make important decisions with your team in a virtual environment. The workshop format is broken into three phases with one live session and two asynchronous periods. Phase 1: January 22–25, engage in an online dialogue on your own time. Phase 2: January 26, attend a collaborative virtual workshop to identify and evaluate choices. Phase 3: January 27-29, reflect through dialogue with your peers to determine consensus and reach a decision. More info/register.

Hosts: Association Chat, Howspace and Tecker International

Presenters:

  • KiKi L’Italien, CEO and Host, Association Chat, & Senior Consultant, Tecker International, LLC
  • Glenn Tecker, Chairman and Co-CEO, Tecker International, LLC
  • Paul D. Meyer, President and Co-CEO, Tecker International, LLC
  • Troy Pfeffer, Partnerships Director, Howspace North America

Tue 1/26 at 11:30 a.m. – The Future of Credentialing: 10 Trends to Track in 2021

Hear about the 2021 trends and why they matter. Get tips on how you can leverage these trends for the future success of your credentialing programs. More info/register.

Host: Knapp & Associates International


Tue 1/26 at 12 p.m. – CRP Idea Swap: What’s In for ’21?

Chapters will be relevant in 2021, however most of our strategies and plans from the past decade won’t. Join us for a timely chat on what’s in and what’s out in strategies and plans for association components – geographic and non-geographic. More info/register.

Host: Mariner Management

Presenters: Peggy Hoffman and Peter Houstle, Mariner Management


Tue 1/26 at 1 p.m. – Opportunities for Producing and Monetizing Video in the Era of COVID-19 (I.C.E. 8: Innovate. Communicate. Educate.)

Explore the trends and technologies associations can better monetize and/or innovate with to more effectively communicate with and educate their members, constituents, and the public. More info/register.

Host: Jay Daughtry, Chief Communications Officer/Owner, CQbd

Guest: Paul Gannon, Thoughtcast Media Video Marketing


Wed 1/27 at 11 a.m. – Challenges Facing Government Relations in 2021 and How to Solve Them

Hear about the biggest challenges facing government relations this year, top public policy predictions and trends for 2021 and beyond, how government relations has changed and what the industry will look like in the coming years, best practices you need to know to master any upcoming uncertainty, how to cope with the technological and global changes as the result of COVID-19 sweeping across the lobbying profession, and how to network and interface with the new administration. More info/register.

Host: FiscalNote


Wed 1/27 at 11 a.m. – The ROI of Words: How to Write Website Copy That Will Drive Member Renewal and Recruitment

You can no longer depend on interns or web designers to write your member value copy for influencing renewals and retention. They do pretty, you must do effective. Learn how to write the kind of benefit (or what’s in it for me) copy that will influence the decision to join or renew. More info/register.

Host: Ed Rigsbee, CAE, president at Rigsbee Research


Wed 1/27 at 12 p.m. – Rethink, Restart, Refresh Your Panels: Advice for 2021

The shift to virtual events has magnified the need to add spice and spunk to your conference’s panel discussions so that you leave the audience begging for more. Learn how to design an inspiring panel format for both virtual and in-person events, best techniques for curation and preparation of panelists, and strategies behind question design. More info/register.

Host: Velvet Chainsaw Consulting

Presenters:

  • Kristin Arnold, MBA, CSP, CPF-Master, president, Extraordinary Team
  • Sarah Michel, CSP, vice president, professional connexity, Velvet Chainsaw Consulting
  • Dave Lutz (facilitator), managing director, Velvet Chainsaw Consulting

Wed 1/27 at 12 p.m. – “The Power of Gathering Online” Summit

Hang out with intergalactic movers and shakers of the online event galaxy. Learn how to create amazing virtual gatherings for your guests. Hear about ways to deliver virtual events that still have the life-changing, bottom-line building impact of in-person events, including planning and preparing for your event, delivering an engaging and interactive event, and building off the momentum of past events. More info/register.

Host: Remo


Wed 1/27 at 12 p.m. – What Communication Competencies Will Association Leaders Need in 2021? (Association Xchange, formerly DC Idea Swap)

One thing we learned in 2020 is the critical need for association executives to have solid communication skills and competencies–no matter what their job title may be. Join us for the January DC Swap as, discuss what communications skills the C-suite seeks when building a leadership team, and the communications competencies you need for continued success in your association career. More info/register.

Host: ASAE Greater Washington / National Capital Community

Presenters:

  • Eileen Denne, CAE, director of corporate communications for the American Academy of Physicians’ Assistants
  • John Tramontana, CAE, CEO of the Michigan Veterinary Medical Association

Wed 1/27 at 12 p.m. – Calibrating Your Brand Positioning

Aligning your association’s brand with its mission can lead to transformative change both within and outside of your association. Learn how to determine if your brand needs a refresh or a complete redesign, what role brand touchpoints play in your overall brand strategy and how they might have changed during the pandemic, and how content strategy can support and tell the story of your brand. 1 CAE credit. More info/register.

Host: ASAE Marketing Professionals Community

Presenter: Lilia LaGesse, senior creative strategist at GRAPHEK


Wed 1/27 at 12:30 p.m. – The Journey Ahead for Associations, Nonprofits and Events

Hear the findings from a brand-new benchmarking report that details the preferences, challenges and evolution of what members want and how to best engage them moving ahead. 1 CAE credit. More info/register.

Host: Personify

Presenters:

  • Rich Vallaster, Director of Client Relations at Personify
  • Erin Sullivan, Director of Marketing at Personify

Wed 1/27 from 1 to 5 p.m. – Conference Organizers Summit (Day 1)

Prepare for 2021 with an invigorating format that will truly connect you with other conference organizers and experts on a personal level, solve your conference challenges, and help you increase the value of your event. Connect with the best ideas and practices in today’s radically different event world. No long speeches. No PowerPoints (seriously). Instead, this event is an energizing mash-up of conference, support group, peer learning, practical training, and a ton of real human interaction and industry networking. More info. Register and save 50% on “organizer” tickets as a Brain Food subscriber. Registration includes a pre-conference reception on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. and a pet-friendly happy hour social at 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday.

Host: Lee Gimpel

 Note from DR: I normally don’t feature paid events but I’m making an exception here for Lee because this is unlike any other event I’ve seen, plus you get a Brain Food discount.


Wed 1/27 at 1 p.m. – Finding and Building Member Value with Online Communities (I.C.E. 8: Innovate. Communicate. Educate.)

Explore the trends and technologies associations can better monetize and/or innovate with to more effectively communicate with and educate their members, constituents, and the public. More info/register.

Host: Jay Daughtry, Chief Communications Officer/Owner, CQbd

Guest: Luke Zimmer, Skariphos.com


Wed 1/27 at 1 p.m. – Expert Cost-Saving Tips: Budgeting in the New Normal

Understand our current marketplace and how it affects a planner’s strategy during negotiations. Discuss potential hidden fees and how to circumvent the unexpected. Learn creative cost-savings measures to impact your bottom line and how to measure your success with the creation of a Cost Savings Report so you can communicate these savings to your stakeholders in an impactful way. 1 CMP credit. More info/register.

Host: Meetings Today

Presenter: Robyn Mietkiewicz, CMP, CMM, Innovation Partner, INNOV8 Meetings + Events


Wed 1/27 at 1 p.m. – #ExpoChat on Twitter

ExpoChat is a Twitter-based conversation on topics related to the trade show industry. More info.


Wed 1/27 at 2 p.m. – Inoculate Your Organization Against Post Pandemic Culture Shock

A cultural revolution is about to sweep the workplace, ushered in by the most extensive work from home experiment ever imagined. If your organization’s culture doesn’t include words like Agile, Supportive, Collaborative, Innovative, Transparent, and Trusting, you may have a difficult time maintaining staff and attracting top talent in a virtual workplace. Explore why those terms are so important and what proactive steps you can take to prepare your organization for this unprecedented organizational culture shift. More info/register.

Host: Achurch Consulting


Wed 1/27 at 2 p.m. – How Do YOU Hybrid?

We’re asking pioneers and explorers to share their experiences as we venture into the next generation of hybrid meetings. You will gain ideas about engaging both your virtual and in-person audiences, and how to blend those audiences through various intentionally crafted design models. More info/register.

Host: Matchbox Virtual Media

Presenters:

  • Rachel Massman, Housing Colorado
  • Arianna Rehak, Matchbox Virtual Media
  • Leah Lazzari, CMP, Matchbox Virtual Media
  • Victoria Fanning, CMP, DES, MGMA

Wed 1/27 at 2 p.m. – Accommodating People with Disabilities at Virtual Meetings and Events

Learn how to anticipate challenges and achieve a smooth, gracious, and respectful virtual meeting and event experience for every participant. Find out why disability inclusion is so important. Hear about communication strategies to accommodate people with disabilities at virtual meetings and events and important resources designed to ease your way as a successful association executive and meeting professional. 1 CAE credit. More info/register.

Host: ASAE

Presenter: Rosemarie Rossetti, Ph.D.,


Wed 1/27 at 2 p.m. – #RealTalk | Inclusive Marketing & Event Design: The Positive Impacts Leading to Success

While race and gender are the visual factors that tend to be at the forefront of D&I, businesses are leaving a large potential audience behind due to non-inclusive factors they have not considered. This program will address the business economics of D&I and considerations for developing a more inclusive business, which starts with the hiring process. 1 CMP credit. More info/register (fee for MPI non-members).

Host: MPI

Presenters:

  • Tanida Mullen, CMP, Association Sales Manager, Killeen Convention and Visitors Bureau
  • Zoe Moore, CDP, Doerpreneur + Inclusion & Diversity Consultant, LB Alliance
  • Antoine B. Craigwell, President & CEO, DGBM, Inc.

Wed 1/27 at 3 p.m. – Non-Dues-Revenue Workshop #1: Two Case Studies Presented by Association Executives with Q&A

With declining membership in many associations, there is an increasing need to find new sources of revenue besides dues and annual conferences. Learn what other associations have done to open up non-traditional revenue streams; how they have restructured their operations or engaged in new partnerships to help bring added value to “products” that the association already owned, but never effectively monetized; what they do when they initially fail in their new ventures; and how they get management and board buy-in to start new revenue generating activities. 1.5 CAE credits. More info/register ($19 fee).

Host: U.S. Transactions Corp.

Presenters:

  • Sharon Gleason, CFRE, ACFRE, Senior Director of Development & Marketing, Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging
  • Karim Guirguis, Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, American Bankruptcy Institute

Wed 1/27 at 3 p.m. – Nonprofit Technology Trends Roundtable 2021

Hear about nonprofit technology trends we expect to deliver new impact this year, including cybersecurity, technology implementation, and cloud computing platforms. More info/register.

Host: Community IT

Presenters: Community IT Innovators’ CTO and cybersecurity expert Matt Eshleman, Chief Operating Officer, Johanny Torrico, Director of IT Consulting Steve Longenecker, and CEO Johan Hammerstrom


Thu 1/28 at 10 a.m. – Virtual Events – How to Boost Your Sponsor ROI

The new virtual event environment has made the whole process of securing and managing sponsors and exhibitors a lot more difficult for organizers—both in terms of providing value and managing expectations. But virtual events have the potential to be incredibly valuable for these important stakeholders. Learn how to help sponsors and exhibitors see the enormous potential of investing in a virtual space, key considerations when choosing virtual sponsors/exhibitors, how to manage their expectations (pre, during and post-event), and the six most popular ways of boosting sponsor ROI. More info/register.

Host: Eventsforce


Thu 1/28 at 12 p.m. – Behind the Curtain of ASAE’s Gold Circle Awards: What You Need to Know Before You Apply

Learn more about ASAE’s Gold Circle Awards (GCA), which recognize excellence in association membership, marketing and communications. Find out how applying for a GCA could benefit you, how to apply, what the judges are looking for, how to become a GCA judge and tips for success. More info/register.

Host: ASAE


Thu 1/28 at 12 p.m. – “The Power of Gathering Online” Summit

Hang out with intergalactic movers and shakers of the online event galaxy. Learn how to create amazing virtual gatherings for your guests. Hear about ways to deliver virtual events that still have the life-changing, bottom-line building impact of in-person events, including planning and preparing for your event, delivering an engaging and interactive event, and building off the momentum of past events. More info/register.

Host: Remo


Thu 1/28 at 12 p.m. – The Unseen Power of Partnerships: Creating Real Value for Members in a Pandemic

Join us for a monthly networking series of connections, engaging discussions, and collaborating on case studies highlighting common challenges faced by associations today. More info/register.

Host: Halmyre


Thu 1/28 from 1 to 6:15 p.m. – Conference Organizers Summit (Day 2)

Prepare for 2021 with an invigorating format that will truly connect you with other conference organizers and experts on a personal level, solve your conference challenges, and help you increase the value of your event. Connect with the best ideas and practices in today’s radically different event world. No long speeches. No PowerPoints (seriously). Instead, this event is an energizing mash-up of conference, support group, peer learning, practical training, and a ton of real human interaction and industry networking. More info. Register and save 50% on “organizer” tickets as a Brain Food subscriber. Registration includes optional activities on Thursday morning.

Host: Lee Gimpel


Thu 1/28 at 1 p.m. – 7 Reasons for Associations to Start or Revitalize Their Podcast (I.C.E. 8: Innovate. Communicate. Educate.)

Explore the trends and technologies associations can better monetize and/or innovate with to more effectively communicate with and educate their members, constituents, and the public. More info/register.

Host: Jay Daughtry, Chief Communications Officer/Owner, CQbd

Guest: Casey Callanan, MBA, Clear Contender Media


Thu 1/28 at 2 p.m. – Association Events Chat: What to Know for 2021

Like many of you, the Protech team spent time at several virtual events in 2020, and we’ve learned a lot along the way. Get answers to your most burning questions relating to virtual and hybrid association events in 2021, including: top trends for exceptional virtual and hybrid event experiences, industry events that will provide the best bang for their buck in 2021, and things to keep in mind as you plan for events in 2021 and beyond. 0.5 CAE credit. More info/register.

Host: Protech Services

Presenters: Protech’s Liz Palm, Marketing Director, and Heather Hughes, Marketing Communications Specialist


Thu 1/28 at 3 p.m. – Building Your Strategy for Data Analytics

A data culture empowers staff at all levels to make data-informed decisions. A strategy and roadmap is useful for planning and measuring your organization’s progress toward analytics maturity. Hear about the key considerations when creating your data analytics strategy, including the importance of data strategy and governance, data sources to consider and types of data, data privacy and data rights, and how to get started, even on a budget. More info/register.

Host: Association Analytics

Presenters:

  • Gretchen Steenstra, Strategic Consultant, Technology Management at DelCor
  • Bill Conforti, SVP of Strategy and Solutions at Association Analytics

Fri 1/29 at 12 p.m. – Digital Body Language: The New Rules of Trust and Collaboration

How do we connect meaningfully with our audiences and partners right now? How do we make sure work still gets done in our own teams and keep morale high? How do we build inclusive and inspirational events virtually and through hybrid models? Learn how to master the art of Connectional Intelligence and Digital Body Language. 1 CMP credit. More info/register (fee for MPI non-members).

Host: MPI

Presenter: Erica Dhawan, MPA, Author and Keynote Speaker on 21st Century Collaboration, Cotential


Fri 1/29 at 12:30 p.m. – Association DEI Social Hour: Accountability

The start of the new year brings new resolutions for individuals and organizations. As you set or update your organization’s DEI goals for the year, it’s important to think about accountability measures to ensure you’re not only setting and achieving the goals, but you’re finding ways to engage a team on the journey. Join us as we discuss your 2021 DEI goals and how to create an accountability plan to help keep you and your teams on track. More info/register.

Hosts/presenters:

  • Tim Hopkins, Senior Consultant at McKinley Advisors
  • Heba Mahmoud, Senior Manager, Diversity Initiatives, Consumer Technology Association

Tue 2/2 at 12 p.m. – Using Public Data (2021 Data Analytics Network)

This opportunity is for association professionals to engage in peer-led discussions on topics related to data and analytics. 1 CAE credit. More info/register.

Host: Association Analytics


Tue 2/2 at 1 p.m. – Learn How AI Based Personalization Has Become a Crucial Driver of Revenue and Growth (I.C.E. 8: Innovate. Communicate. Educate.)

Explore the trends and technologies associations can better monetize and/or innovate with to more effectively communicate with and educate their members, constituents, and the public. More info/register.

Host: Jay Daughtry, Chief Communications Officer/Owner, CQbd

Guests: Adam Hostetter and Johnny Clayton of FUSE Search


Tue 2/2 at 1 p.m. – The Delicate Balance: Intersection of Strategy and Governance – Roles and Responsibilities of the Association Board
To keep an association’s senior management and board working together in balance requires some level of investment in defining roles and responsibilities of the board and the senior management, and then training and supporting each leader to ensure appropriate behavior going forward. More info/register.

Host: .orgCommunity

Presenter: Randall Rollinson, President, LBL Strategies


Wed 2/3 at 1 p.m. – Member Engagement Begins With a Question (I.C.E. 8: Innovate. Communicate. Educate.)

Explore the trends and technologies associations can better monetize and/or innovate with to more effectively communicate with and educate their members, constituents, and the public. More info/register.

Host: Jay Daughtry, Chief Communications Officer/Owner, CQbd

Guest: Dave Will of PropFuel


Thu 2/4 at 2 p.m. – Digital Marketing Strategies for Ultimate Content Promotion

To effectively capture your members’ attention, you need to do two things very well. First, you have to create highly engaging digital content that your audience can’t wait to engage with. Second, you have to promote your content effectively and efficiently. Learn digital marketing strategies for effectively engaging your audience with high-quality content published in all the right places. More info/register.

Host: Sidecar (formerly Association Success)

Presenters:

  • Erica Salm Rench, Director of Customer Success, rasa.io
  • Michael Hoffman, CEO of Gather Voices

Association Brain Food Weekly is published Friday mornings. If your organization offers free professional development for the association community, please send me the link via email or Twitter before Wednesday evening.


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