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Are Your Vendors Engaged? Would You Like Them to Be?

Are Your Vendors Engaged? Would You Like Them to Be?

Rumor has it, in some association circles, trade show attendance is struggling. This could spell trouble for how vendor members find value in belonging to your organization. While some industries may be feeling the pain more than others, it is never a bad time to think about the ways you are engaging your vendor/supplier members. Read on for a handful of ideas on engaging your vendor-side members in effective and successful ways.

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Friday Top Five: Leadership Lessons on YouTube… under 5 minutes

Posted by Sarah Hill

YouTube is an incredible souce of inspirational videos, instructional videos, and cat videos. It's the first that we're bringing to you today, though, and each moment of refreshing leadership inspiration is under 5 minutes!

 

Seth Kahan on Association Leadership

Seth discuses various types of associations and how “old school” associations can use engagement to keep up in the technology-driven, dues-free world of “online” associations.

 

Are You a Leader?

A motivational video that breaks down the barriers and negative self-talk to bring out the confident leader within.

 

First Follower: Leadership Lessons from Dancing Guy

True leadership in the context of a wacky dancing guy… and the importance of the first follower in bringing the lone nut to the creator of a movement.

 

True Leader

A tear-jerking video showing how something small can make a huge difference- and everyone else’s lives easier.

 

Kiwi!

Finally, this video is about how hard work can make your dreams come true, even if they seem possible… or crazy. 

Topics: association leadership

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