Many organizations offer wellness programs for employees, but some associations take extra steps to promote staff wellness.
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Covers are often required even for senior positions, so be thoughtful. “When decision-makers are looking at a lot of different applicants, at some point they are looking for reasons to move names into the ‘no’ box,” said executive recruiter Philip Jaeger of Isaacson, Miller. “A thoughtless cover letter is an easy reason to do that, even if your experience is excellent."
Infrastructure, health care legislation could get action despite history of gridlock when Congress is split between parties.
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Keehan announces retirement from CHA
Former secretary of the Army is new to association leadership but determined to make impact at $18 million-revenue group.
Groups pour more resources into workforce development efforts as industries they represent face labor shortage.
CEO has led independent grocer industry group since 2010, stresses importance of listening as key to association leadership.
Some groups have bought media properties in recent years as part of revenue strategy.
Former Afghanistan commander says true leadership requires adaptability, responsiveness to stakeholders that many failed to exhibit.
Mark Langley plans to step down after 17 years combined as EVP and then CEO; group is pursuing digital transformation.