Let’s Change How We Approach the Development of Future Leaders
By Sandie Bateman, MBA, CPLP

As leadership demands come and go, employees will be required to continually step up to take a new leadership role. In this volatile and ambiguous environment, employees may not be able to plan for the need for leadership development. L&D professionals will be charged with developing leaders "on-demand."...


Executive Women in Nonprofits Shared Interest Group: Moving a Board Out of the Weeds and Into Leadership
By Denman Wall

On November 30, 2018, the Executive Women in Nonprofits (EWIN) Shared Interest Group (SIG) met at the delightful new headquarters of The Toy Association in midtown Manhattan. At the SIG, over a dozen very influential nonprofit women leaders discussed the many challenges of keeping a board thinking strategically and staying on-course vs. lingering in the minutia and distractions associated with smaller tasks, i.e., the weeds...


Wearing Your Own Mediator Hat: Part 1
By Mara Goldberg

As a professional mediator, I know that the most effective way to resolve interpersonal conflict is by finding an impartial third party to facilitate dialogue. Mediation provides a safe space to navigate difficult conversations and come up with realistic solutions...


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Amusing Ourselves to Death

Amusing Ourselves to Death
by Neil Postman, with an introduction by Andrew Postman (2005, Penguin Books)

In the fast-paced breaking news internet world of information where we live, every book I read reminds me of the vanishing art of listening. When I read a book, I hear a single voice that slows things down and brings things together in ways that go beyond the daily blur, build perspective, and deliver meaning

And if you read enough, you overhear conversations between books. One book reference’s another, picks up a thread and weaves it into a tapestry....

Digital Renaissance: What Data and Economics Tell Us about the Future of Popular Culture

Digital Renaissance: What Data and Economics Tell Us about the Future of Popular Culture
by Joel Waldfogel (2018, Princeton University Press)

Sometimes it is easier to grasp the pervasiveness of a development, even something as complex and elusive as an economic change, if we look at it through a different lens. “Digital Renaissance” does just that. It illustrates to what extent things around us have changed (and continue to change every day) by taking the analysis to a place where we let down our guard as willing participants — the world of entertainment...


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Prepare for a Centennial Celebration!
NYSAE, where non-profit and association leaders connect, innovate and grow, celebrates its 100th Anniversary in 2019. The celebration luncheon takes place on Wednesday, March 6 at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square, NYC. Be on the lookout for more details coming soon!

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