With job market tight, candidates feel more free to cast critical eye at organizational culture revealed by search committee members.
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Several associations have persuaded officials to reopen government services crucial to members, and many others are trying, while critics fault the Trump administration for playing favorites. “We’re just relaying the stories we are hearing from the rural parts of the country so that they understand (the impact),” said Ryan Findlay, CEO of the American Soybean Association.
Twelve-year chief executive of AF&PA is longest-tenured in group’s history; praised as "consensus-builder."
CEO Update Live panelists discuss what associations are doing to incentivize work that advances their missions.
Head of American Society of Safety Professionals wants group to rethink how it delivers content to customers.
Business Roundtable SVP Bill Miller to lead casino industry trade group, which has ramped up advocacy efforts in recent years.
HR execs, recruiters say development and learning officers have been among the most in-demand positions.
Strategies and tips from people who have made the jump from staffer to chief executive, from building relationships to nailing it with the search committee. “I just am naturally an enthusiastic person,” said Marlene Colucci, executive director of The Business Council. “I have a balance, I think, of soft skills that came to bear and would be important for anyone, when you’re interviewing, to be able to show that side."