Association Leadership
We know you have a lot on your plate and a lot of articles on your 'must-read' list. If you haven't had time to read the past few issues of Association Leadership, take a minute to see what the most popular articles are in the digital edition of the magazine. 
In our most recent issue we take a look at what a CVB can do for you, as well as examining several different hot topics ranging from technology, to legal issues to association management.

So far, the most read article in the digital edition, though, is a simple Microsoft Word shortcuts cheat sheetusing the Control key. This special "Work Smarter" department is designed to help make your work and life easier with quick hints and tricks dedicated to all different topics. Don't miss the February/March issue, where we'll offer tips to help you improve your smart phone photos.

Have an idea about how to "Work Smarter" or want tips on a certain topic? Let us know by emailing Josh Spradling.


The November/December issue of Association Leadership focused on the changing workforce, and offered ways for modern associations to prepare for the new talent entering the workplace landscape.

The membership-focused article "Taking a Page from the For-Profit Playbook: Using Auto Renewals to Enhance Retention,"was the most read article in the November/December issue. This piece from Mary Byers, CAE and Armith Nagarajan, discusses the benefits of setting up an auto-renewal option for membership dues.

The second most-read article of the issue focused on the legal side of managing an association, specifically how to navigate the tricky (and unfortunate) process of terminating an employee. In "Top Ten Rules for Terminating an Employee and (Hopefully) Avoiding a Claim,"attorney Donna K. McElroy offers readers helpful ideas to keep a bad situation from escalating.


In the September/October issue we introduced the newest volunteer leaders of TSAE. This issue also features ways associations can be strategic in their giving, and offer opportunities for their members to give back as well.

The most read articles in this issue pointed readers to the 2015 leaders of TSAE, starting with a profile on Stacy Cantu, CAE, and moving to a feature introducing the newest names and faces on the board of your association.

Take a minute to check out these two short features from the September/October issue of Association Leadership.


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