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

September trees alongside a lake or pond – inspiration for a weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community

The next decade. Jeff De Cagna, FASAE, challenged the association community to imagine it’s December 31, 2029, look back over the past decade and ask, “What did our association do to shape a different and better future for stakeholders and successors?” WBT Systems took him up on the challenge and focused on how an association’s learning business might help shape their industry’s future.

Volunteer development. At Associations Now, Mark Athitakis wrote about “a fine four-part series at Billhighway” that introduced a volunteer management model developed by Peggy Hoffman, FASAE, CAE, president of Mariner Management, and Kristine Metter, CAE, founder of Crystal Lake Partners. Their model is based on a volunteer learning journey that inspires and helps members build competencies in one area before moving up to the next—a great way to build a volunteer and leadership corps.

Extroverts working remotely. Some people really do miss the office—extroverts. I’m sure they don’t miss everything about the office but Achurch Consulting explains how extroverts can still feel socially connected and keep their energy level high while working remotely.

Association podcast. Have you listened to the Association Strong podcast? I finally got around to checking it out and it’s fantastic. What else would you expect from Tom Morrison, CEO of the Metal Treating Institute, and Dave Will, CEO of PropFuel. Let the bingeing commence!

Quick hits

  • The jigsaw puzzle of returning to the office: the future does not fit in the containers of the past. No, sir. (Rishad Tobaccowala)
  • 8 tips for facilitating nonprofit hybrid meetings. (Beth Kanter)
  • To set a positive, collaborative tone for project retrospective meetings, start by sharing this Prime Directive. (FunRetrospectives)

Good eats

Skip down to the list of free webinars if you prefer takeout.

  • Our big Sunday night meal was a creation I call “Portuguese fish skillet.” This time, I made it with black drum and black sea bass. On the side, creamed collards gratin. I subbed chopped linguica for the ham in the original collards recipe, and added mushrooms, carrots, red bell and poblano pepper to the onions. I also increased the flour and butter to 1/4 cup each because I like a 1:8 ratio for bechamel sauces.
  • During the week, we had baked amberjack steaks with lemon butter and shichimi togarashi, a tasty spice blend. On the side, green beans with caramelized red onions—I added mushrooms and garlic, subbed chicken broth for vegetable broth, and omitted the sugar. We also enjoyed pearl couscous cooked in chicken broth with sauteed onion and garlic, and sprinkled with fresh basil.
  • It’s been a while since I’ve made one of my favorites, pan-fried striped mullet. Before frying, I dredge the fillets in flour, then a mix of buttermilk and hot sauce, and finally a mix of cornmeal and garlic salt. On the side, a nuked sweet potato and leftover green beans.

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


Fri 9/10 at 12 p.m.* – EventTech Chat

A weekly conversation about meeting and event technology, including software, hardware, and audiovisual for in-person and online events. More info/register.

Host: Brandt Krueger, founder Event Technology Consulting

*All times are Eastern Daylight Time unless otherwise noted.


Fri 9/10 at 4 p.m. – Know Your Worth: Negotiating Salary and Benefits

Learn how to think strategically, prepare a tactical plan for negotiating effective outcomes including your salary, the importance of researching the parties and objectives, how to use persuasive communication, and how to bargain for the desired outcome. This session will focus on the importance of emotional and substantive preparation before negotiating, anticipating and calibrating your interactions for an improved result, and handling deviations and various obstacles to reach a successful conclusion. More info/register (must join before registering).

Host: Fridays@4

Presenter: Shelly Trent, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, CAE, JCTC, JCDC


Mon 9/13 at 11 a.m. – Fall Legislative Preview

With recess ending and multiple issues already on Congress’ plate, it’s shaping up to be a hectic “back to business” season for those with an eye on federal lawmaking. Hear CQ Roll Call experts preview the next 100 days in Congress, including the likelihood of current bills on the table being passed, potential breakthrough issues to keep an eye on, and whether the in-fighting with Democrats will proceed and how Republicans are likely to leverage it. More info/register.

Host: FiscalNote


Mon 9/13 at 12 p.m. – Rise Above the Noise: Building and Championing a Winning Brand

Establishing a powerful brand allows you to rise above the noise—and the competition. But if you aren’t effectively communicating who you are, what you bring to the table and which direction you’re heading, how can you expect anyone to truly connect with your mission? Learn how to clarify your purpose, sharpen your value proposition, align your brand identity with your brand perception, and communicate your message in a way that’s impactful, authentic, and effective. 1 CMP credit. More info/register (possible fee for MPI non-members).

Host: MPI

Presenter: Courtney Stanley, Keynote Speaker, Event Emcee & Speaker Coach, Dare to Interrupt


Mon 9/13 at 1 p.m. – HR’s Role in Crisis Management (Chatting with Agnes & Cecilia)

This series of 15- to 20-minute videos covers hot topics and issues related to 501c organization management. New episodes are posted around 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 9/13 from 1 to 4 p.m. – Zoomtopia

This year’s theme – The Imaginarium – highlights all the ways you’ve used Zoom to embrace change, enable hybrid workforces, and continue to grow your business in the face of immense challenges. More info/register.

Host: Zoom


Tue 9/14 from 10 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. – Live Review 2021

Live Review is a two-day, entirely online event that allows you to efficiently, effectively, and affordably (free is as affordable as it gets!) see targeted demos of learning management systems aligned to serving organizations that market and sell adult lifelong learning, continuing education, and professional development. More info/register.

Host: ReviewMyLMS / Tagoras


Tue 9/14 at 10 a.m. – What’s Working Now: Designing Your Website RFP

Redesigning your website and choosing the best CMS for your association’s needs can be daunting – and so can the RFP process for choosing the right website partner. Learn about the steps for creating your RFP, focusing your list of potential partners, and selecting the best fit to ensure your success. Walk away with a roadmap for creating a successful RFP for your organization. More info/register.

Host: Results Direct

Presenter: Alexandra Mouw, CAE, Principal Digital Strategist, Results Direct


Tue 9/14 at 11 a.m. – Solutions in Action

Fast-paced 10-minute presentations followed by Q&A, will show you how to be an online magnet to engage stakeholders, attract prospects, and enhance your members’ experiences. Hear great tactics and tips designed to help you run ahead of the pack. More info/register.

Host: .orgCommunity

Presenters:

  • Doug Coombs, Director of Client Solutions at WorkerBee.TV
  • Garrett Grant, VP Client Services, Associations Practice Lead / Accessibility Team at Velir
  • John Challice, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Hum
  • Joanna Pineda, CEO & Chief Troublemaker at Matrix Group
  • Bryan Clark, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Matrix Group

Tue 9/14 at 11 a.m. – The IAL Launch Event for Compass: the Systems Map for Association Leaders

A new generation of association professionals are progressing their careers through association management, and as they work towards or progress through their c-suite roles, it is imperative they possess an understanding of the qualities and competencies necessary for success as associations’ senior leaders. The IAL is thrilled to introduce Compass, a multidimensional systems map of the core skills, knowledge, behaviors and characteristics required to lead successfully in the association sector. More info/register.

Host: Institute of Association Leadership

Presenters: architects of the systems map, Marie Garnett, Educational and Professional Development Specialist, and Simon Forrester, CEO at the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers


Tue 9/14 at 11:30 a.m. – Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) in the Workplace

These hot topics are often difficult to address in an organization. Learn how to safely navigate these challenging conversations in the workplace, considerations in designing internal programs and initiatives to address diversity, and how JEDI conversations and initiatives impact organizational core values, employee experience and the overall health of workplace culture. More info/register.

Host: SOAR Community Network

Presenters:

  • Connie St. John, President and CEO, St. John Consulting
  • Mali Phonpadith, Founder and CEO, SOAR Community Network

Tue 9/14 at 12 p.m. – Community Analytics (Data Analytics Network)

Reporting on your community can be challenging and time consuming. Deciding what metrics matter and what to do with them isn’t always clear. Hear about the what and why on community reporting. 1 CAE credit. More info/register.

Host: Association Analytics

Presenters:

  • Greg Pollack, Vice President of Sales for Association Analytics
  • Catherine Hackney, Principal for Confident Communities Consulting

Tue 9/14 from 12:30 to 3 p.m. – Zoomtopia

This year’s theme – The Imaginarium – highlights all the ways you’ve used Zoom to embrace change, enable hybrid workforces, and continue to grow your business in the face of immense challenges. More info/register.

Host: Zoom


Tue 9/14 at 2 p.m. – Get Ready to Move…Your Data

The ideal time to think about how to prepare your existing data for the move is well before you choose a solution and start implementation. Discover high-value activities that can be managed internally to prepare your data for migration, including deduplication, address verification, code table cleanup, name parsing, and more. Learn about common tools that you may already have to help automate some of the process. Understand common pitfalls in the data cleanup process and find out how to avoid them. More info/register.

Host: Fíonta

Presenter: Jenifer Alonzo, Senior Salesforce Consultant, Fíonta


Tue 9/14 at 2 p.m. – Keep Your Eye on the Outcomes: How Results-Oriented Marketers Plan, Execute, and Measure Effective Marketing Campaigns

Learn how to align desired outcomes before beginning any digital marketing campaign, understand who your audience is and where their attention lies, measure which of your key messages most effectively transforms your target audience’s attention into meaningful action, and repurpose existing content and assets vs. creating something new. 1 CAE credit. More info/register.

Host: Gather Voices

Presenters:

  • Carli Feinstein, Vice President of Partnerships and Strategy at Craft & Commerce
  • Michael Hoffman, CEO at Gather Voices

Tue 9/14 at 2 p.m. – What Is Your Delta Variant Contingency Plan?

Last-minute changes can be devastating for in-person events that take months of intensive planning, and as cases of Covid-19 surge, there are more and more horror stories of speakers, sponsors and attendees canceling their travel plans in the days leading up to an event. Learn how to maximize the flexibility of events by choosing the right format, ensure presenters and audience have a positive experience no matter what happens and understand the full capabilities of hybrid-event technology. 1 CMP credit. More info/register.

Host: MeetingsNet

Presenters:

  • Ryan Mazon (moderator), Senior VP Business Development, Array
  • Mark Garcia, Senior VP Business Development, Array
  • Melissa Klingler, Vice President, Educational Program Development, PeerView Institute for Medical Education
  • Adam Saunders, Senior Director, Live Meeting Multimedia, PeerView Institute for Medical Education

Tue 9/14 at 3 p.m. – 5 Ways to Engage Your Members with Your Member Portal

Learn how to identify the content that keeps members coming back, get more members to use your benefits, inspire members towards self-actualization, and how an active member portal helps your association grow. More info/register.

Host: Grype


Tue 9/14 at 9 p.m. – Association Success Circle: A Marketing Framework For Association Membership Success Workshop

The Association Success Circle, a marketing framework for success to help associations reach their goals, features five key stages – Understand, Nurture, Grow, Optimise, and Thrive – to provide a simple breakdown of the real marketing activities, real people and real outcomes that will help your association overcome these barriers on the journey to success. Learn about the framework and how recent digital marketing trends, tools and technologies can help your association become the thriving community that your industry needs. More info/register.

Host: MemberBoat


Wed 9/15 from 10 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. – Live Review 2021

Live Review is a two-day, entirely online event that allows you to efficiently, effectively, and affordably (free is as affordable as it gets!) see targeted demos of learning management systems aligned to serving organizations that market and sell adult lifelong learning, continuing education, and professional development. More info/register.

Host: ReviewMyLMS / Tagoras


Wed 9/15 at 1 p.m. – 30 Email Tips in 30 Minutes

Email inboxes are overflowing now more than ever. The competition is stiff. So how do you cut through the noise? Hear our top 30 email tips covering things you might know about (but don’t always do) and things you may not know about at all. Learn about common email mistakes to avoid, content strategy and targeting tactics, and best practices for copywriting and copy placement. More info/register.

Host: Higher Logic

Presenters: Higher Logic’s resident email marketing experts, Beth Arritt and Vivian Swertinski


Wed 9/15 at 1 p.m. – Designing Your Event Program for Diversity & Inclusion

Learn how every angle of planning an event (venue selection, promotion, speaker selection, etc.) impacts an individual’s ability to feel included, tips for avoiding the pitfalls of outdated thinking, and opportunities that you can use to ensure vibrancy at your events. 1 CMP credit. More info/register.

Host: Meetings Today

Presenters:

  • Nathan Chin, Senior Product Manager, Cvent
  • Jil Dasher, Managing Director, Corsica Partners
  • Michelle Hobby, Program Manager, Events and Meetings, National Industries for the Blind
  • Phil Saims, Vice President of Sales, Federal Conference

Wed 9/15 at 1 p.m. – #ExpoChat on Twitter

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


Wed 9/15 at 2 p.m. – Reimagining Associations for a Post-Pandemic World, Part 2

From trends outside associations to new constituent habits and expectations to technology, we’ll look at what associations should do to chart a course forward and how they can incorporate an organizational agility and problem-solving mindset to overcome present and future challenges. More info/register.

Host: Fonteva

Presenters:

  • Reggie Henry, CAE, Chief Information & Engagement Officer, ASAE
  • KiKi L’Italien, Association Chat Community Host
  • Dave Martin, CMO, Blue Cypress
  • Ben Muscolino, President & CEO, Breezio

Wed 9/15 at 2 p.m. – MeetingsTech Roundtable 2021

Event technology thought leaders discuss lessons learned over the past 18 months and the trends they see shaping our industry’s future tech. 1 CMP credit. More info/register.

Host: Northstar Meetings Group

Presenters:

  • Dahlia El Gazzar, Tech Evangelist and Principal, DAHLIA+ Agency
  • Marco Giberti, Founder and CEO, Vesuvio Ventures
  • Cathy Song Novelli, SVP of Marketing and Communications, Hubilo
  • Michael J. Shapiro (moderator), Executive Editor, Northstar Meetings Group

Wed 9/15 at 3 p.m. – All the World’s a Stage: Reimaging Your 2022 Event

The last 18 months have been filled with questions: Cancel or virtual? Which platform? What price? Which sponsorships? Just as it seemed like answers were on the horizon, we are asking the same questions as we start planning our second and third events during a pandemic. When we’re stuck in a place of uncertainty, we often look to other domains for inspiration–and we’re finding inspiration in theater. Learn how you can look at your event through a new lens to deliver a reimagined event your audience will find indispensable and irresistible. More info/register.

Host: 360 Live Media

Presenters:

  • Don Neal, founder and CEO of 360 Live Media
  • Simon Godwin, Artistic Director of the Shakespeare Theater Company in Washington, DC

Wed 9/15 at 3 p.m. – Don’t Wait! Why and How Enterprises of Any Size Can Accelerate Modernization with AI, ML, and Cloud Technologies Now for Efficiency and Data Continuity in a Changing Landscape

Learn what these technologies are, where and how they fit together, and how your organization can leverage them in your technological infrastructure. Hear examples of how various enterprises have successfully implemented AI, ML and cloud technologies to reap their benefits. 1.5 CAE credits. More info/register.

Host: U.S. Transactions Corp.

Presenters:

  • Jay Yeo, Industry Solutions Consultant at ORI
  • Marty Colburn, CIO of the CFA Institute

Thu 9/16 at 9 a.m. – Increasing Membership Engagement via Effective Learning Strategies

Associations face an increasingly competitive landscape; the need to clearly differentiate to show value to members has become the number one priority. Learn how to provide members with on-demand access to innovative learning experiences—your differentiator, and turn members into advocates by providing continuous, self-directed learning opportunities no matter where they are and what device they are using, so they can build a closer connection with the organization, while supporting their individual career advancement. 1 CAE credit. More info/register.

Host: Virginia Society of Association Executives

Presenter: Holly Whitaker, Ph.D., Learning Strategy Consultant, D2L


Thu 9/16 at 9 a.m. – #SeriousFun: Networking & Learning Combined

Just putting people together in a (virtual) room does not always ensure your networking objectives are met. In this experimental session, a partnership between MPI Europe chapters & twine, we will turn regular networking into #SeriousFun, exploring how networking can be combined with learning to improve both. More info/register.

Hosts: Twine and MPI

Presenter: Meeting Designer Mike Van Der Vijver of MindMeeting


Thu 9/16 at 11 a.m. – Getting Back to Z: Rebuilding Next-Gen Membership

Back to school time in 2021 means something different for associations with student chapters. As students return to in-person education after a lengthy pause, associations are challenged to re-engage them and rebuild their pipelines of student members. Likewise, the transition from college to career has been difficult for Gen Z graduates, many who are struggling to find jobs or training and haven’t engaged in associations. Learn more about how associations are navigating this challenge and launching creative campaigns and new strategies to engage students and young professionals into membership. More info/register.

Host: Sarah Sladek, Membership Author and Strategist, Save The Associations

Presenters:

  • Danielle S. Russell, CAE, Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer, Air Cadet League of Canada, Ontario Provincial Committee
  • Ian D. King, MBA, Chief of Strategy and Membership, American Psychological Association
  • Stephanie Follett, Director of Strategic Initiatives, American Student Dental Association
  • Kait Solomon, MPS, Senior Manager of Membership Engagement, Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging
  • Chris Beaman, CAE, Chief Communications and Partnerships Officer, Kappa Delta Pi

Thu 9/16 at 11:30 a.m. – How to Drive Value and Growth with Member Personas

Learn what member personas are and why you need them, steps to create your own member personas, and how to leverage personas to enhance your communication strategies to recruit, engage, and retain more members. More info/register.

Host: Your Membership

Presenter: Tirrah Switzer, Director, Product Marketing, Your Membership


Thu 9/16 at 1 p.m. – Networking Events of the Future: Enabling Meaningful Human Connections

Amanda Kaiser and Matchbox Virtual Media recently teamed up with a group of association professionals to develop new networking strategies for virtual and in-person events. Learn what worked (and what didn’t). Get a behind-the-scenes peek at the process that produced the best networking experiences. Find out how to add the right networking opportunities to improve the value of your virtual and in-person events, and tamp down your member’s networking anxiety (and your own). 1 CAE credit. More info/register.

Host: GrowthZone

Presenter: Amanda Kaiser, Kaiser Insights


Thu 9/16 at 2 p.m. – Small Steps to Big Change: Online Chat with Megan Martin, IASLC

Learn why IASLC made the choice to standardize their event and engagement platform. Hear about considerations for attendee UX design, best practices for the RFP process for event tech platforms, and hybrid strategies for success. More info/register.

Host: Juno

Presenter: Megan Martin, CMP, Associate Director of Conferences at International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer


Thu 9/16 at 2 p.m. – Vaccine Spotlight Webinar: Insights from the Event Industry

Learn about the different ways COVID has impacted a panel of industry experts and their teams. They will discuss their own journeys since March 2020, and how they intend to move forward, including vaccination requirements, as the uncertainty of the future in the meetings and events industry continues. 1 CMP credit. More info/register.

Host: PCMA

Presenters:

  • Desirée Knight (moderator), CAE, CMP, DES, Senior Director, Education & Meetings, American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association
  • Matt Laws, President & CEO, SafeExpo
  • John S. Gonzalez, CMP, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Houston First Corporation

Thu 9/16 at 2 p.m. – The 4 Marketing Strategies to Increase CLE Revenue in 2021 and Beyond

The types of CLE topics your association offers, the pricing strategy, the online learning platform you use, and how your association promotes CLE sessions all play a huge role in the success of your online CLE Program. Learn how to identify CLEs that attorneys will find value in, creative pricing strategies and collaboration ideas to increase revenue, the critical role your online learning platform plays, and how to correctly use promotional email to increase CLE revenue. More info/register.

Host: VocalMeet


Tue 9/16 at 3 p.m. – Nonprofit GAAP: Accounting for the Impact of the New Lease Standard

Learn how to identify which transactions/agreements are within the scope of ASC 842; explain the adoption method, initial calculations and subsequent measurements; describe presentation and disclosures requirements. 1.5 CAE credits. More info/register.

Host: U.S. Transactions Corp.

Presenters: Mark Robins, Partner, and Will Donahue, Senior Manager, Aronson LLC


Thu 9/16 at 8 p.m. – Getting Back to Z: Rebuilding Next-Gen Membership

Back to school time in 2021 means something different for associations with student chapters. As students return to in-person education after a lengthy pause, associations are challenged to re-engage them and rebuild their pipelines of student members. Likewise, the transition from college to career has been difficult for Gen Z graduates, many who are struggling to find jobs or training and haven’t engaged in associations. Learn more about how associations are navigating this challenge and launching creative campaigns and new strategies to engage students and young professionals into membership. More info/register.

Host: Sarah Sladek, Membership Author and Strategist, Save The Associations

Presenters:

  • Danielle S. Russell, CAE, Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer, Air Cadet League of Canada, Ontario Provincial Committee
  • Ian D. King, MBA, Chief of Strategy and Membership, American Psychological Association
  • Stephanie Follett, Director of Strategic Initiatives, American Student Dental Association
  • Kait Solomon, MPS, Senior Manager of Membership Engagement, Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging
  • Chris Beaman, CAE, Chief Communications and Partnerships Officer, Kappa Delta Pi

Fri 9/17 at 12 p.m. – How to Spend IT Money Efficiently and Effectively

More info/register.

Host: Michael Butera / AI Now for Associations


Fri 9/17 at 12 p.m. – How to Elevate Your Personal Brand and Gain Visibility

Get advice and simple tools to create a personal brand that positions you as a leader in any industry. Learn the importance of including an effective DEI approach to any social responsibility strategy. The way you choose to show up for the world can dramatically affect how you are perceived and even your bottom line. 1 CMP credit. More info/register (possible fee for MPI non-members).

Host: MPI

Presenter: Keneisha Williams, Founder, Speaker, Consultant, Black in Events


Fri 9/17 at 1 p.m. – How to Design Your Events around Diversity and Inclusion

Learn about key tips and strategies for executing an event with purpose, inclusion and authenticity at its core. Find out how every angle of planning an event (promotion, speaker selection, etc.) impacts an individual’s ability to feel included, tips for avoiding the pitfalls of outdated thinking, and opportunities you can use to ensure vibrancy at your events. More info/register.

Host: American Marketing Association

Presenter: Nathan Chin, Senior Product Manager, Cvent


Fri 9/17 at 4 p.m. – How to Use Neuroscience to Get the Results You Want

Learn three, simple, sure-fire tricks you can put into place right now to change the trajectory of your success. Based in neuroscience with a leadership coaching spin, we will discuss how your brain sabotages you when you are working toward your goals, how feelings and urges derail your energy, how just a handful of words can completely tank your results, and what to do about all three. More info/register (must join for free before registering).

Host: Fridays@4

Presenter: Kathleen Zwarick Shanley, PhD, CAE, ACC, ELI-MP, executive vice president for the American Urological Association


Tue 9/21 at 1 p.m. – Association Fundraising Brown Bags

For association fundraising professionals (or not yet professionals) who are responsible for fund raising and donor development within membership associations, come together in a free-flowing environment to share their lunchtime and discuss relevant topics. More info/register.


Tue 9/21 at 2 p.m. – Content Governance: How to Manage Your Digital Content for Success

A concrete, detailed content governance strategy will ensure that every piece of content your organization creates is part of a larger system. Learn how to formulate the perfect content governance plan for your organization as well as the four key components of content management, both online and off, put together the right team of content governors, and develop a content governance strategy document. Hear how Auburn’s content governance plan helped them become more efficient and strategic. 1 CAE credit. More info/register.

Host: Mighty Citizen

Presenters:

  • Andrew Buck, Content Strategist, Mighty Citizen
  • Jennie Powers, Digital Project Manager, Auburn University

Tue 9/21 at 2 p.m. – Tips for Better Tracking Your Membership Engagement Efforts

Learn how to effectively track your membership engagement efforts through your AMS and Google Analytics so you know what’s working, what’s not, and what you need to do differently. Find out what you should be tracking, ways to integrate your AMS with Google Analytics, how to capture the data, what reports you should run, and how often, and what to do once you have the data. More info/register.

Host: Matrix Group


Wed 9/22 at 2 p.m. – Cybersecurity 101 for Remote and Hybrid Workplaces 

Now is the opportune time to protect yourself against bad actors trying to corrupt and steal your confidential and proprietary information. Making a shift in your mentality to build your cybersecurity plan with the remote worker in mind is imperative for success. Learn cybersecurity basics, how to foster a security mindset throughout your workforce, and become familiar with basic best practices for establishing and maintaining your cybersecurity in a remote and/or hybrid work environment. 1 CAE credit. More info/register.

Host: Achurch Consulting

Presenters: Fractional CIOs Tammy Marko, PMP, and George Rears, MBA, PMP, CSM


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