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Happy Holidays from ISAE|
The holiday season is already here again and ISAE would like to wish your and yours a safe and enjoyable conclusion to 2015. Take a look back at some of ISAE's memorable moments of this year by watching this video.
Get involved and maximize your membership with ISAE by volunteering for a committee. Click here to see a list of available committee opportunities and to sign up.
Plan to attend the 2016 ISAE Lunch and Learn sessions
The ISAE monthly luncheons offer a time to network, enjoy lunch with colleagues,
gain knowledge and earn CE’s all in one setting! Each luncheon is held at a
different location throughout Springfield, with a new menu every month and diverse
topics presented by speakers from around the nation. Click here for a schedule and further details.
Register here for the ISAE 2016 January luncheon with speaker Cory Jobe, Director, Illinois Office of Tourism.
ISAE is now a CMP Preferred Provider
ISAE is pleased to announce we are now a Certified Meeting Planner (CMP) Preferred Provider. Stay tuned for programs where CMP credit is available.
Earn 24 CAE credits with Association Strategy Circles
Mary Byers, CAE will show you how to create a clear vision for the future of your association and a strong action plan for the present. Invest four days in 2016 to attend professionally facilitated peer-to-peer sessions in Indianapolis, enabling you to do your best work on behalf of your association. Learn more here.
2016 Annual Convention registration
The ISAE 2016 Annual Convention & Trade Show will be Feb. 11, 2016. Registration is now open and early bird registration ends Dec. 31! You can click here to learn more about the ISAE Convention speakers.
Thank you for renewing!
Thank you to those who have renewed their ISAE 2016 Membership! To see a complete list of who all will be back for 2016, please click here. For those of you who haven't renewed yet, do so now by clicking here.
ISAE is looking for a few good bloggers! Click
here to submit blog post.
Give the gift of wine
Donate a bottle of wine; simply bring it to the ISAE January luncheon or drop it off at the ISAE Office. Your donations are appreciated.
ISAE would like to extend a welcome to our newest members:
Jordan Gifford, Allerton Park & Retreat Center
Cinnamon Smith, Carbondale Tourism
Kara Manfredo, Illinois State Dental Society
Dan Hohl, AIA Illinois
Tammy Knor, Courtyard by Marriott - Magnificent Mile Chicago
Lisa Clemmons Stott, Downtown Springfield, Inc.
Download the NEW ISAE Organizational App!
The latest issue of ASAE Inroads is out. The topics included in this edition are:
ASAE comments on IRS substantiation proposal
House passes bill to strengthen visa waiver program
Spending bill could include Cadillac tax delay
DOL aiming to finalize overtime rule in mid-2016
Read the entire issue of ASAE Inroads here.
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Check out the new Member News & Updates section of the website. Email email@example.com with events, important information, etc.
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If you’re like most association professionals, you may not think you have the staff, systems or stamina to create and execute a fully integrated communication strategy. But creating a strategy doesn’t have to be daunting if you just Take AIM (Assess, Integrate and Measure).
By William D. Pawlucy
Year over year, the priorities of a nonprofit organization change. As major planning takes place, why is it that committees and their composition often remain relatively unchanged? It would be the same as leaving the budget unchanged year over year regardless of the changes in the organization. Why are we not putting that same priority on committees as we do on our budgets, given volunteers are the single most important resource?
One association’s early success with a “Super Member” category shows how a premium, all-access offer can lock in high-volume members.
Event Manager Blog
The event technology landscape is complex. There are almost too many platforms and apps to consider, and integration, interoperability and expense are consistent challenges. Event planners need a way to ease the pain of automation and bring down the costs. The answer is in the cloud.
It is often said that an association’s board of directors is the brain of that organization. Its committees serve as the central nervous system influencing all parts of the body. The conference planning committee is similar to our spinal cord, serving as the internal communication highway between the parts of the body and the brain. When the brain, central nervous system and spinal cord operate well, they accurately sense the environment, process information and provide valuable insight to the brain so that the organization succeeds. However, if our spinal cord—the conference planning committee—is damaged, the entire association suffers.
We love a good blog – especially one that consistently provides relevant and interesting convent. Fortunately for us, there are several of those in the association space. In fact, here are seven.
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