September 02, 2014

EXECUTIVE TO EXECUTIVE

TRENDS 2013 Association Executive of the Year John Graham IV, interviews Susan Neely, CAE, the 2014 Association Executive of the Year, on her management approach, including building consensus and becoming a volunteer. Neely was honored at the TRENDS Salute to Association Excellence, Feb. 20 in Washington. Details: www.AssociationTRENDS.com/salute.

Commentary

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By Al Rickard, CAE |  08-28-2014

'We have never seen anything like this in the history of the disease.' - Barbara Newhouse, CEO of the ALS Association

Say that again

Association TRENDSThe incredible increase to meetings. I knew there'd be some - I mean, before this, I oversaw five divisions and two dozen people in government affairs, so we had a lot of meetings. But when you become president and CEO, I knew there'd be an increase in meetings - but wow. It' pretty astonishing. Association TRENDS
R. Dan Berger, on becoming CEO of the National Association of Federal Credit Unions in "Capital Business"

Headlines

08-28-2014

Former chief staff executive continues in another role for Bostorm

08-28-2014

CUNA staffs challenge each other, NRA EVP LaPierre challenged by Giffords

08-28-2014

50% overlap in membership, FSAE CEO Rudd says

08-28-2014

Association TRENDS is now accepting nominations for the TRENDS 2014 Leading Association Lobbyists. This distinction is meant for an on-staff lobbyist of an association that is eligible to lobby, or a lobbyist who is hired to represent such an organization, such as a member of a lobbying firm or an independent lobbyist.
 

Executive Moves

08-28-2014

Stephen T. Kaminski, John Magill, Gerardo Barajas

News-in-Brief

08-28-2014

U.S. Travel Association, National Small Business Association, National Association of Broadcasters, Gordon Smith, Meeting Professionals International Foundation, New York Restaurant Association, Chris Mead, American Chamber of Commerce Executives, National Restaurant Association and more, including Supplier News

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