100 Years Celebrated: Next 100 Years!
By Denman Wall

Reaching 100-years-old is quite a remarkable milestone for any organization. It is the mark of a champion organization. It is an indicator of leadership through the decades and a signal of excellence. In New York, it is a testament to perseverance and strength in the city that never sleeps...


Top Hiring Strategies in a Competitive Market
By PNP Staffing Group 

Today's hiring market is more competitive than ever. Unemployment rates are the lowest they've been in 17 years – great for the economy but a challenge for associations that need to hire staff to help recruit and retain members. A recent survey of more than 1,500 associations by PNP Staffing Group shows that most associations plan on growing staff this year...


E-Interview with NYSAE Member Linda Ferm
By Denman Wall

It’s true that relationship building is what NYSAE is all about and, like it is for many others, Linda is definitely someone that everybody should count as a friend...


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News From The Non-Profit Sectort

  • 5 Reasons to Host a Volunteer Leader Meeting
    Source: Association Adviser
    As volunteer-driven organizations, we strive to recruit, retain, and recognize top individuals to serve on committees, as chapter leaders, and even as board members. But after they take on a new volunteer role, how are we developing them over time?
  • A Better Process for Better Decisions
    Source: Associations Now
    Leaders are decisive—part of the reason why they’re in charge is because they’re comfortable making firm decisions amid complex arrays of options. But that doesn’t mean those leaders are always decisive in effective ways...
  • 3 Steps to Re-Engage Lapsed Members
    Source: Personify
    Understanding why members have let their membership lapse is a critical component for reconciling what originally went wrong and building a strong foundation for a long-term relationship...
  • Maximizing Your Conference Experience: 4 Post-Event Best Practices
    Source: MemberClicks
    As an association, we all plan events, but we likely attend a fair share as well. What do you do with all the information gathered at an event once you get home? Here are four ideas to fully maximize your conference experience...

Member News

NYC & Company announces staff promotions and New Additions to executive leadership team.

11th Annual Meet NY: A Great Time

NYSAE would like to welcome these new members to our community...

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Association Executive Book Shelf

By Raphael Badagliacca

A Short History of Nearly Everything

A Short History of Nearly Everything
by Bill Bryson (Copyright 2003, Published by Broadway Books)

What an audacious title. If a book is a seduction, then the flirting most certainly begins with the title which offers a promise of great adventure. For someone driven by the impossible desire to understand everything, there may be no title I have come across as irresistible as this one, and yet the word that makes it most appealing is the unobtrusive “nearly” because it makes it so clear that the more you know the more you know there is to know and that you can never encompass it all, and yet...

Heartful Intelligence: Embracing Our Humanity to Maximize Machines

Heartificial Intelligence: Embracing Our Humanity to Maximize Machines
by John C. Havens (Copyright 2016, Published by Penguin Random House LLC)

I don’t think I’ve encountered a work of non-fiction on a subject as cerebral as artificial intelligence written with as much passion and urgency. It helps the clarity of the author’s presentation that he enlists the techniques of fiction at the beginning of each chapter to dramatize possible future scenarios as AI (Artificial Intelligence) relentlessly becomes an ever more pervasive part of our lives...


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NYSAE Deep Dive Program
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Wednesday, April 17, 2019
8:30 am - 11:30 am

Synergy Awards Luncheon

Wednesday, April 17, 2019
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm