December 18, 2017
    We're giving you a whole lot of learning...in association management, that is

    Thinking Aloud, by Ed Dalere

    By Ed Dalere | 05/18/2017

    Do you know that Association TRENDS is offering several education events, in addition to our ongoing webinar series?

    Membership2020, June 26 in Washington. Qualifies for 7 CAE credits. A full-day of interactive sessions on how to build recruitment and retention programs that turn millennials into lifelong members. membership2020.com

    Nonprofit Finance Summit, Sept. 12-13 in Chicago. Qualifies for 11 CAE credits and 13.2 CPE credits. The Summit is back to give your finance team a chance to learn from industry experts about what changes are coming down the pipeline and which strategies can help you excel. 

    Creating and Utilizing Emergency Preparedness Plans, June 16 in Washington. Qualifies for 3.5 CAE credits and 4.2 CPE credits. Crisis management expert Bob Mellinger will help you to master every facet of your role, from recognizing potential threats, to developing your plan and using it to help your organization recover quickly from emergency situation. 

    TRENDS has also developed several e-learning courses on topics such as publishing, board training advocacy and more. Check it out here

    And, of course, we have a longstanding webinar program, offering you expert advice that you can use immediately. Our webinars qualify for 1.5 CAE credits. Find our webinars here.

    If you have more questions regarding TRENDS learning events, please email me at edd@AssociationTRENDS.com.

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