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THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

How did I get here? Navigating a Career in the Association World

By Bruce Hammond

Editor’s note: We’re thrilled to introduce a new series on the AMC blog, How did I get here? Navigating a Career in the Association World. In the coming months, we’ll feature career articles from AMC staff sharing their personal career stories and providing insight to those considering or just starting out in the field. This week, Bruce Hammond, CAE shares lessons learned from his 17-year career.

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Asking Team Why it Clicks Reveals Surprising Word

By Clay Baznik

What makes a happy and healthy team? I could tell you what I think, but maybe it makes more sense to go directly to an actual team that fits the description. I asked members of our creative team to share their thoughts, expecting to hear about a “hardworking yet fun atmosphere” and buzzwords like “accountability,” “flexibility,” and “recognition.”

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Try Picking Up the Phone: The Value of Individual Board Member Calls

By Steve Smith

Before we go any further, I want you to ask yourself one important question: When and how do you and your president engage association board members in direct, proactive dialogue? If you answered only during new board member orientation or regular in-person board meetings, then you’re missing out on valuable opportunities to engage with, and get ideas from, some of your most involved members. Luckily, capitalizing on their knowledge, boosting their levels of engagement, and providing them with personal support can be as easy as picking up the phone.

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Value-Driven Decision Making (and Crickets)

By Jess Morgan

Almost a year ago, we had a series of meetings with clients in preparation for an enterprise project. The goal of the meeting was for the IT team to walk away with an idea of client values, pain points, and drivers for success. The client representatives in the meetings came from various functional areas of our association client teams and each brought a different perspective to the discussions.

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