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ASSOCIATIONS NOW VOLUNTEER LEADERSHIP ISSUE, January 2009

In the magazine this month ...
2009 Associations Now Volunteer Leadership Issue Features
  • Cover Story: How Group Culture Affects Board Success
    By: Scott Briscoe, CAE
    Any collection of people will quickly establish a culture around which they interact; boards are no different. But sometimes that culture gets in the way, and you have to do something about it. Then what?
  • Staying Ahead of Tough Economic Times
    By: Stephen Pelletier
    Economic turmoil calls for decisive action to weather today's storm and smart planning for the next one.
  • Board Nominations Know-How
    By: Nancy R. Axelrod
    Take a hard look at how your association nominates leaders. It might be tough to admit if your system is broken, because it's the very system that chose you. But you need to get over it. If your association is committing one of several common nominations mistakes, you have some work to do.
  • Breaking Down Barriers to Diversity
    By: Ann Oliveri, CAE
    Wondering why your industry or profession isn't more diverse? Sometimes, structural barriers are to blame. In the commercial real estate industry, three associations have joined forces to change that.
  • How Long is Too Long for a Volunteer Commitment?
    By: Lynda McDaniel
    It is possible for volunteers and associations to have a meaningful relationship, even though times have changed.
  • "My Board is Driving Me Crazy!"
    By: Joe Rominiecki
    Every day, volunteers just like you push their CEO's buttons.

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