Webinar: The Importance of Staff Fitness, Volunteer Engagement and Financial Strength

When:  Sep 13, 2017 from 11:00 to 12:00 (CT)
Practice Areas:  Administration
Credit Hours: 1 hour
Audience: ALL
Fee: $29 (member); $39 (non-member)
Discount and Forum Plus: Forum Plus Members: Contact membership@associationforum.org to take advantage of complimentary webinars.
Date and Time: September 13, 2017 11:00 a.m. - 12: 00 p.m. CDT

The Importance of Staff Fitness, Volunteer Engagement and Financial Strength
To maintain a stable organization, two of these elements will need to increase if any one of them significantly declines. I have a model that depicts the symptoms of an unhealthy organization in each scenario where an imbalance exists. This presentation is aimed at helping association leaders think strategically about where they focus attention and suggests a dashboard of indicators that will help them identify when one of these three areas is threatened so they can take action to retain balance as the organization grows over time. It should be noted that
this model is scalable to organizations large and small.

About The Presenter:

Paul Hanscom, CAE, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development, Ewald Consulting
Paul joined Ewald Consulting in 2004. Previously, Paul worked in project management and implementation for various companies, nonprofits and government institutions including the Bretton Woods Committee, the Customer Relationship Management Unit of the International Trade Administration, and the Latin American Network Project of Casa de la Paz. He is experienced in monitoring & evaluation, strategic planning, sponsorship development and volunteer engagement.
Paul holds a M.A. degree in International Development from the American University and a double B.A. degree. Paul serves as adjunct faculty in the Business Administration Program at Saint Paul College, St. Paul, Minnesota. His writing on governance, membership development and stakeholder analysis has been published in Nonprofit News, FORUM, and AssociationsNow magazine. He has served on the board of directors for the Midwest International NGO Network, Corcoran Neighborhood Organization, and the Saint Anthony Park Community Council as well as ASAE’s AMC Section Council and the Association Forum’s Content Development and Forum Forward Advisory Councils.

Paul has been a featured speaker at state, regional, and national conferences presenting on volunteer engagement and board leadership. Paul earned the designation of Certified Association Executive (CAE) in 2008, in 2011 he received the CAI National Rising Star Award, and in 2014 he was recognized among the Forty Under 40 most successful association management professionals by USAE News and Association Forum.
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