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New Mexico Society of Association Executives
                 The Power of ‘A’ – Stronger by AssociationIn this June 10 BULLETIN:

Reminder - 'Generational Differences' lunch program tomorrow at Credit Union Association of NM

  'Five Generations Co-Existing in Today’s Workplace' w/ Janet S. McEwen, M.A., CAE  -  monthly luncheon event June 11 (see today's Albuquerque Journal Business Outlook)

Tuesday, June 11, 2013  from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 pm  at The Credit Union Association of New Mexico, 4200 Wolcott NE, Albuquerque 87109 - info and registration at www.nmsae.org - http://www.nmsae.org/cde.cfm?event=411399

“They just don’t get it!” is a common refrain in today’s workplace. From pens and notepads to tweeting during the work day, we’ve seen it all. Each generation has its key characteristics that are difficult for other generations to understand, yet we must if we are to create effective work environments.
This session is important because:
Nonprofits have the broadest range of ages in our memberships, offices, and clients membership and our coworkers
Communication is key to everything we do - and we need to adapt to get cooperation
Size may not matter, but generational differences do
Our speaker’s variety of experiences make her uniquely qualified to present this course. Janet is a baby boomer working with at least four generations. She has spent most of her career in association management, has taught Dale Carnegie classes on increasing personal effectiveness, and has her master’s degree in communication studies. As a baby boomer, she is a habitual volunteer and the mom of a millennial. In her work life, she is director of corporate relations for the American Society of Radiologic Technologists.

also, mark your calendar for August/September events:

Tuesday, August 13 - luncheon event:   NMSAE meets with Albuquerque Mayor R.J. Berry - place to be determined - pre-register your interest  wmmckinstry@gmail.com

Wednesday, September 18 - luncheon event in partnership with the Independent Insurance Agents of NM - with Renowned Marketing Strategist Steve McKee.
At Sandia Resort and Casino
-- register online http://www.iiaba.net/cbsupx/education/index.aspx?page=evtpreview&evt=17264 or with Bill McKinstry wmmckinstry@gmail.com

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May 30 bulletin

New Mexico Society of Association Executives
                 The Power of ‘A’ – Stronger by AssociationIn this May 30 BULLETIN:

NMSAE continuing to offer learning/networking programs in June - main luncheon event June 11 - executive roundtable breakfast Jun 7 (see below)

  'Five Generations Co-Existing in Today’s Workplace' w/ Janet S. McEwen, M.A., CAE  at  monthly luncheon event June 11

Tuesday, June 11, 2013  from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 pm  at The Credit Union Association of New Mexico, 4200 Wolcott NE, Albuquerque 87109 - info and registration at www.nmsae.org - http://www.nmsae.org/cde.cfm?event=411399

“They just don’t get it!” is a common refrain in today’s workplace. From pens and notepads to tweeting during the work day, we’ve seen it all. Each generation has its key characteristics that are difficult for other generations to understand, yet we must if we are to create effective work environments.
This session is important because:
Nonprofits have the broadest range of ages in our memberships, offices, and clients membership and our coworkers
Communication is key to everything we do - and we need to adapt to get cooperation
Size may not matter, but generational differences do
Our speaker’s variety of experiences make her uniquely qualified to present this course. Janet is a baby boomer working with at least four generations. She has spent most of her career in association management, has taught Dale Carnegie classes on increasing personal effectiveness, and has her master’s degree in communication studies. As a baby boomer, she is a habitual volunteer and the mom of a millennial. In her work life, she is director of corporate relations for the American Society of Radiologic Technologists.

                                                                                                             Focus Group executive roundtable, June 7

 NMSAE is conducting a  2nd focus group roundtable on June 7, to continue gathering info from association executives on challenges and ideas for solutions - this follows the annual meeting focus group, which discussed :. 

-          The complexity and appropriateness of using social media avenues

-          Attracting new members; engaging current members

-          The necessity to look at new models for running associations that keeps them relevant

-          Diversifying revenue lines

-          Effectively engaging members with the legislative process

 If you were unable to attend or would like to participate and/or continue the conversation,   Please join us for one-hour:

Date:  Friday, June 7 
Time:  8:00am (continental breakfast included)
Location: IIANM office, 1511 University Blvd NE in Albuquerque, NM  

RVSP by email by June 1 to wmmckinstry@gmail.com

 

end of May 30 bulletin

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May 20th, 2013

New Mexico Society of Association Executives
                 The Power of ‘A’ – Stronger by Association
In this BULLETIN:

NMSAE recognized 2 of its outstanding members at the annual meeting;  new learning and networking opportunities in June

NMSAE Honored  David McCoy and Joseph Menapace  at member annual meeting May 9
David M. McCoy:  Dave has been a member of NMSAE since 1970, when he was Executive Director of the New Mexico Building Branch, Associated General Contractors. He has held continuing membership for over 40 years.  He was a founding member of NMSAE when it incorporated and changed its former name of Trade Association Executives (TAE).  The glue that held the group together was their common interest in what was going on in the State Capitol that affected their industries.  From the outset, its primary focus was networking and information exchange. &

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