Association Laboratory partners with Mid-Atlantic Society of Association Executives (MASAE) in the first ever Revenue and Research partnership.
Association Laboratory is proud to announce promotions for two staff members based on their outstanding contributions to the company and its clients. Nikki Haton Shanks, CAE, MBA Promoted to Strategist Nikki Haton Shanks, formerly an Analyst, is promoted to Strategist. Nikki Haton began her career at Association Laboratory in 2016. She is a 40 Under 40 Award winner and currently a volunteer leader on ASAE’s Healthcare Council. She leads client engagements and, recently, took over leadership of Association Laboratory’s content partnerships with state and other organizations of association executives. “Nikki is a rising star in the association industry and I couldn’t be more proud to reward her for her efforts at Association Laboratory and in our industry. ” – Dean West, FASAE and President of Association Laboratory Meg Whedbee, MPP Promoted to Senior Analyst Meg Whedbee, formerly an Analyst, is promoted to Senior Analyst. Meg Whedbee began her career
Dean West, FASAE and President of Association Laboratory will address the Indian Association Congress this July in New Delhi, India on August 23rd and 24th. Mr. West is a member of the IAC Advisory Council. Dean West will be speaking on two panels at the 7th Indian Association Congress. He will be discussing the topic of “Beyond Membership Fees”, expanding revenue options for associations and on “Data: Essential for Innovation” discussing the use of data to inform decisions by association leaders. The Indian Association Congress brings together leaders from across professional and industry sectors. The IAC is an established platform for association leaders from India and overseas to congregate and discuss opportunities and challenges from national and International perspective. IAC 2019 will convene nearly 300 associations’ decision-makers for two days under one roof. India’s leading congress of association executives and industry leaders Click HERE for more information on the IAC, Association
Titled “Going Global: Partners, Challenges, Opportunities & Solutions” , join Global Association Hubs Partnership (GAHP), Kellen and Association Laboratory, Inc. at the ASAE Annual Meeting in Columbus, OH to learn whether your challenges are similar to those facing other associations attempting to grow internationally, and more importantly to identify solutions for your most pressing global growth objectives. The discussions will take place at the ASAE Annual Meeting on Monday, August 12 from 3.30 pm – 4.30 pm in the ASAE OpenSpace Pods discussion area in the North Atrium of the Greater Columbus Convention Center (look for signs or view on the ASAE Annual Meeting App). Developing Successful Global Partnerships in a Dynamic World In Association Laboratory’s ground-breaking environmental scan Looking Forward 2019™, 72% of international and global association CEOs indicated they were concerned about creating successful global partnerships or coalitions, up from 27% only four years earlier! This is
Association Laboratory partners with Colorado Society of Association Executives (CSAE) in the first ever Revenue and Research partnership.
Association Laboratory’s Nicolette Haton, MBA, CAE will present as part of a panel on Wednesday, May 8 at 12:00pmET for a webinar through ASAE titled Trust is a Must – 3 Ways to Build Trust in Your Healthcare Organization. ASAE and Association Laboratory’s research shows that trust in institutions, including government, science, and medicine, is declining. Association Laboratory’s 2019 Looking Forward also identified that: 60 percent of healthcare association chief staff officer are concerned or somewhat concerned about their association’s perception as a source of credible information. 52 percent of healthcare chief staff officer respondents are concerned or somewhat concerned about public perceptions of their members’ competence or quality. As a result, healthcare associations are needing to invest more time and resources into building trust with their members and the general public. But, how? Attend this one-hour webinar to hear what healthcare associations are doing about trust in their
Dean West, FASAE will address the Council of Education and Scientific Society Executives Annual Meeting this July in Baltimore, MD. The program, titled “Explicit Content (Strategy) Warning” discusses the creation and monetization of content strategy. In Looking Forward™, the nation’s most comprehensive scan of the association business environment, 53% of association chief staff officers indicated they were pursuing content strategies to improve information impact and 85% were creating more robust content. From thought-leadership strategies to content-based revenue models, Content Strategy is the most innovative tool being pursued by professional societies to create deeper, more meaningful relationships with members to improve Mission impact and business results. This presentation, built on research into association content strategy, lessons highlighted at the recent Association Laboratory Content Strategy Summit and case studies from professional societies will introduce best practices in creating, sustaining and monetizing content strategy.
Dean West, FASAE will keynote the Colorado Society of Association Executives Annual Meeting this June in Pueblo, Colorado. He will outline results from the company’s industry leading environmental scan of the association strategy environment and discuss the implications on the association business model. The study assessed more than 50 environmental factors in five domains and more than 50 implications on association strategy. From workforce and technology to economic implications and the changing role of government, participants will learn about the most substantial factors impacting association members and how these changes are influencing association membership, meetings, education and government affairs strategy. For the first time ever, sector-wide data was collected on more than 30 strategies associations are implementing to successfully adapt to a changing environment to improve Mission-based and business outcomes. Review what your peers in associations believe is essential to success and to position associations for continued growth.