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Much like staff leaders, volunteer leaders are responsible for nurturing a culture of innovation within the organization. Board members can play a bigger role in ensuring that the organization remains nimble in the face of evolving technology and changing member needs. But, what does this look like in reality?
Organizations constantly struggle in defining the board's role in strategy and innovation. With a "nose in, hands out" principle, boards may be wary of getting too involved. But they can make important contributions by collaborating with senior management to:
An invitation from CSAE president and CEO Tracy Folkes Hanson.
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with Dr. David Weiss
This one-day session, based on Dr. Weiss' best selling books, including Innovative Intelligence, clarifies how board members can contribute better to the organization's future direction, build organizational resilience and ensure high performance.
Tête-à-Tête Tradeshow 2020
January 29, 2020
Introducing CSAE’s new publication!
Stuff Happens... But You Can Sleep at Night by Making Your Association Reputation Resilient
Reputations take years to establish and can be damaged in mere moments. The good news is that organizations can mitigate and repair damage by preparing before a crisis hits. Tailored for associations and not-for-profit organizations of all sizes and types, Stuff Happens guides the reader through all stages of crisis preparation with a straightforward approach.
• Why you need a crisis plan before an issue arises
• How to get started on your crisis planning
• Six steps to building reputation resiliency
Suitable for anyone leading or managing an organization, this book includes user-friendly charts and templates to help you ensure that your organization is ready when “stuff happens.”
• The importance of values
• Making your association reputation resilient
• Your Risk Inventory
• Using the Heat Map to set priorities
• Using the Risk Tactical Plan to mitigate risks
• Selecting the crisis management team
• Crisis communications
This feature publication is available at a 10% discount till July 14th!
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