• Posts Tagged ‘Alexandria Brown Bag’

    Alexandria Brown Bag – Is Your Association Clumsy?

    by  • May 19, 2016 • 

    We know how discussions and red-tape can prolong association decision making and processes. John Barnes, a consultant on association management issues, will walk us through exploring ways associations can make decisions and get things done more efficiently and effectively! Presenter, John D. Barnes, President of  Barnes Association Consultants, presents “Is Your Association Clumsy?”  

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    Spot and Stop It: 3 Steps to End Harassment at Your Meetings 

    by  • April 21, 2016 • 

    Come join your association colleagues at the April Alexandria Brown Bag.   Description: It’s Day 2 of your association’s annual meeting when you find this on your Twitter feed: “My friend was sexually harassed at the opening reception. Poor response by meeting staff when she complained. She’s leaving today. #meeting” What do you do? More important, how could you have stopped this...

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    Alexandria Brown Bag

    by  • March 17, 2016 • 

    How are you connecting with the future of your association? The pressure to reach young members is high and the best practices aren’t obvious. The upcoming generations are a diverse group who embrace technology, communicate in many mediums, and value different content and services from their associations. At the March 17 Alexandria Brown Bag,...

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    Alexandria Brown Bag

    by  • October 16, 2014 • 

    The ABB continues their 2014 theme of The Evolution of Associations with a timely, hands-on discussion for October: It’s Always Showtime ─ Making an Impact Before, During and After Your Annual Meeting Your annual meeting is more than education, networking and a marketplace ─ it’s a hands-on experience of your association. Explore how to leverage your...

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