Achieve what you Believe.

Serving associations with passion and integrity to meet their unique goals.

Learn More

Our Services

Learn what services we offer to help you achieve your mission.

View All

Our Clients

See our diverse list of healthcare and trade association partners.

View All

Request a Proposal

Tell us about your immediate and long-term goals.

Get Started

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

I just got elected to the board of directors. Now what?

By Peggy Reilly

Expectations of board members in the association world are high. Upon election to the board, members are expected to have a solid understanding of the association’s mission, strategic plan goals and objectives, financial status, programs and services, and governance structure. In addition, board members bear a legal and fiduciary responsibility for the health and future of the association. These expectations can be daunting. As a member of the governance team at the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) it is our job to ensure board members are informed and prepared for their roles so that they can participate fully on day one.

Read More »

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

How Picking Up the Phone Drives Member Retention

By Beth Zemach

Old news: Membership retention in the current millennium is a key challenge for organizations, especially for those not connected with mandated licensures or certifications.  

Bad news: There is no magic bullet to overcome this challenge quickly. You need a loooong term strategy.

Good news: There are a few short term tools that may help slow the rate of loss and stem some of the decline. 

Let’s focus on the good news. 

Read More »

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

Competency-Based Board Selection and Difficult Conversations

By Anne Cordes

In the past, Nominating Committees started their work a few months before elections began by identifying those who were next in line for the open positions. This process assumed that the most qualified candidates for the governing board were those who had worked their way up through the ranks of committees and participated in other volunteer opportunities.

Read More »

More