Webinar Series - Is Your Association's Culture Exceptional?

When:  Mar 14, 2018 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (ET)
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Is your association's culture exceptional? Why it matters to you, how to find out, and what to do about it... 


Dr. David Rehr, former CEO of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and the National Beer Wholesalers (NBWA), and now a professor at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University is the featured guest of this webinar on Wednesday, March 14, from noon until 1 pm. Dr. Rehr is one of the top researchers of association performance in the association community, and recently was well received for his presentation at the NYSAE CEO Connect: Harmony in the C-Suite: The CEO and the Elected Leader Relationship

Dr. Rehr will cover topics that include:

  • Why having an exceptional culture matters
  • The importance of an honest look at the association’s culture
  • Hearing the truth– “Unleashing the Power of 10”
  • Where to begin in creating an exceptional culture – setting your expectations
  • How to communicate a change in culture to your association team (and insure you don’t backslide)
  • Moving to performance measurement evaluations Seeking opportunities to deliver stakeholder value 


Webinar participants will be asked to complete a short free confidential questionnaire prior to March 14 so Dr. Rehr can address any issues on the minds of participants. It will be send to you one week before the webinar.

Benefits from this webinar:

  • Gain practical insights and tips on improving your organizational culture
  • Raise your awareness of what stakeholders expect from your organization
  • Benefit from proactive strategies focused on culture
  • Profit from other CEO perspectives and issues raised on association performance

About the Presenter:
Rehr-Headshot.jpgDr. David K. Rehr, PhD, Professor of Law, Antonin Scalia Law School

Dr. David Rehr is an association CEO with over 25 years experience in advocacy, governance, federal policy, and management. He is currently a Professor at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University where he teaches Legislative Advocacy and Strategic Leadership. His research areas focus on association leadership and communicating with the U.S. Congress. Most recently, Rehr was the lead researcher for Association CEO: Leading through Change (2016), Diversity and Inclusions, Core Values Among Associations (2017) and, the recently released, Association and Nonprofit Boards: Maximizing Effective Service. Rehr previously served as the President and CEO of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB). Before joining the NAB, Rehr was President of the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA). Rehr has been named to Washington Life magazine’s Power 100 list, and is annually listed as a Top Association Lobbyist by one of Congress’ “must read” publications, The Hill. Rehr has appeared ABC, NBC, CNBC, Hearst TV, Sinclair Broadcast, and FOX Business. Rehr is the author of a forthcoming eBook on the successful public affairs campaign on the Digital Television Transition, the largest marketing campaign in American television. International Performance magazine has published two of Rehr’s leadership articles, “Navigating Change: Leadership in Difficult Times,” and, “Leadership: The Word Becomes an Action.”

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