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Your New Year's Resolutions

  • 1.  Your New Year's Resolutions

    Posted 12-26-2019 16:23
    Edited by Holly Koenig 12-26-2019 16:58
    Hi all,

    NYSAE provides a forum for association leaders to engage in meaningful discussions, share best practices, and become better equipped to drive change in the fields of association and not for profit management. We thank each of you who participated in 2019 and we invite all of you to join us again in 2020 as we promise you our programs will achieve your most ambitious goals.

    Our volunteer committees have been hard at work. Here below are just some of the events and programs already in the works for next year. Save the dates, please forward to others within your organization, and register now so that you've secured your spot.

    Fri., Jan. 10 – Executive Women in Nonprofits Engagement Group, "The Courage to Lead."
    Thur., Jan. 23 – How-to Series Webinar: The State of Marketing Automation
    Mon.-Wed. Feb. 3-5 – CAE Kickoff
    Fri., Feb. 21 – ExecConnect – Executive Compensation
    Wed., Feb. 26 – Meet NY – Education, Trade Show, Silent Auction and Tina: The Tina Turner Musical
    Thurs., Mar 12 – Lobbying vs. Advocacy: What Is Above Board in the Nonprofit Sector?
    Tues., Mar 17 – How-to Series: How to Master Your Influence on LinkedIn
    Tues. Apr 7 – "Associations 101" for New Hires and Emerging Leaders
    Tues., Apr 21 – NYSAE and ESSAE Associations Advocacy Day in Albany
    Wed., May 13 – Synergy Awards, honoring the best and the brightest

    More cutting-edge programming is being planned for the Spring, including 20: minute "Coffee Break" webinars, a behind the scenes tour of CNN and Planned Giving for Associations, part of our "How-To Series." We are also relaunching our NextGen and Marketing & Communications Engagement Groups, complimentary to NYSAE members.

    The New Year always brings with it a sense of excitement and possibility, of growth and renewal. In that spirit, many of us resolve to make changes in our personal and professional lives, whether to exercise more, drop a bad habit, or even adjust our work-life balance. What can happen, however, is that we try to commit to overly-broad goals and end up frustrated with our lack of progress. But not this year! Please keep checking our Calendar of Events page and make "Engaging with NYSAE" one of your New Year's Resolutions. You will be glad you did.

    Enjoy the rest of your holidays and we wish you and your loved ones a happy and healthy New Year.

    The Leadership and Staff of NYSAE