Treat yourself this summer with CSAE’s book sale — all titles 20 per cent off until August 2nd.
This year, CSAE staff and board recommend their top picks!
These quick, high-impact presentations offer the freedom to introduce new ideas or solutions outside of the longer workshop format — and work well for those with a more conversational presentation style. They consist of 15-minute sessions OR “20x20” talks (i.e., 20 slides, 20 seconds each) and are scheduled during the concurrent sessions.
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July 26th is your last chance to submit for a 2019 CSAE award ― or nominate a peer. Winners will be recognized at the 2019 CSAE Conference & Showcase this October in Vancouver.
Overview of Awards
• Awards of Distinction: for outstanding programs, services and initiatives you delivered to your members ― Self-nominations permitted
• Pinnacle Award: for exceptional and outstanding association leadership ― Self-nominations permitted
• Griner Award: for the contributions of CSAE Business Members ― Self-nominations permitted
• Honourary Award of Excellence: for commitment and outstanding volunteer contributions to CSAE ― Nominate a peer
• Bedford Award for Emerging Leaders: for the next generation of association leaders ― Nominate a peer
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Click here to submit by July 26, 2019.
Janice Chong – Coordinator, Membership
Janice brings experience in member relations from her work with one of the Business Improvement Areas in Toronto, as well as from extensive volunteer work ― including during her time at Western University. Janice looks forward to getting to know the CSAE membership and enhancing your experience. Welcome, Janice!
Rhonda McIntyre – Director, Finance and Corporate Services
Rhonda brings strong financial and operational leadership in the not-for-profit sector, with 15 years managing complex business operations for the provincial autism services program at Kinark Child and Family Services. She previously worked with Ontario Nature, the Heart and Stroke Foundation and the Salvation Army. Rhonda’s focus on client and member outcomes enhance her business acumen and we’re delighted to have her join the team.
On October 22nd, join Dr. David Weiss for a full-day exploration of key questions association and not-for-profit board members and senior leaders should ask themselves when developing a strategy. How can you build a strategy that delivers sustainable competitive or comparative advantage? How can you track your strategic progress and your investment in innovations on a regular basis?
Discover how to contribute greater value to the future of your organization and learn to master the tools you’ll need to get there.
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Member since 2002
As the CEO of ISSofBC, I have been a member of CSAE for many years. While ISSofBC is a direct- service organization, the value of CSAE extends far beyond membership organizations. Access to resources that are applicable to any organization abound and provide great information and direction. The board development and training provided by CSAE with supporting material has undoubtedly made the ISSofBC board of directors stronger and more relevant. The annual conference offers an array of learning experiences that enhance leadership skills, knowledge and capacity. Fellow members in attendance are always eager to share, exchange ideas and are very much part of the learning experience. Without question, my membership in CSAE has been of enormous value and has helped me be a more knowledgeable, effective leader.
Member since 2018
I am a senior consultant with AMCES, and a digital strategist and communications professional. I specialize in technology and tactical communications to support and advance not-for-profit associations’ strategic plans. I also serve as a part-time chief technology officer on an ongoing contractual basis. I am developing my consultative practice with small to mid-sized associations and joined the CSAE to network and contribute to the local association community. I am a member of the CSAE Ottawa Gatineau communications committee and love engaging with my fellow members. This is one of the best organizations I’ve been a part of with respect to learning and networking. Never a dull moment!
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How do you design your communications materials for people of varying abilities and potential impairments? The Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD) presents AccessAbility 2: A Practical Handbook on Accessible Graphic Design, now available for download.
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Digital marketing tools make it easier to test out a member recruitment campaign in real time. At the American Optometric Association, piloting several marketing tactics with chapters first helped inform a national campaign targeted to young prospects.
Source: The Hill Times
The Digital Advertising Alliance of Canada unveiled a new political advertising program aimed at helping both federal political parties and third-party advertisers meet new transparency requirements under the Canada Elections Act.
Source: Auto Service World
It’s hard to know how some of the earliest members of the Automotive Industries Association of Canada (AIA) would have reacted to news that repair shops are now welcome to participate in a new program designed exclusively for service providers. There was a time when that would have been unthinkable.
Canadian airlines are among hundreds of carriers asking the Federal Court of Appeal to quash new rules that beef up compensation for passengers subjected to delayed flights and damaged luggage. Air Canada and Porter Airlines Inc., along with 17 other applicants that include the International Air Transport Association (which has some 290 member airlines), state in a court filing that required payments under the country's new air passenger bill of rights violates international standards and should be rendered invalid.
Venue: Derrick Golf & Country Club
Speaker: Dr. Judi Malone
Price: $65.00 Member / $75.00 Non-Member
Conference and Showcase
Venue: Sheraton Wall Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia
Price: Early Bird Full Conference Pass - Members: $815.00 / Early Bird Full Conference Pass – Non Members: $1,065.00
Date: Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Venue: Sheraton Wall Centre, Vancouver
Speaker: Dr. David S. Weiss
Price: Member Rate: $450.00 / Non-Member Rate: $550.00
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