Proof-reading is one of the most important quality assurance measures and it’s one that we all use. Regardless, I think we’ve all had moments where we ask “How’d I miss that?!” right after hitting the “Send” button or when we see that article in print.
Written communications are a reflection of ourselves and our organizations. The impact of written errors is often minimal, but it could be severe. Errors in examinations or violations of copyright could result in legal challenges. Careful proof-reading can help protect our personal reputations and those of our organizations while helping to ensure that our messaging is on-point. Continue reading How’d I Miss That?! Simple Tips To Improve Your Proof-reading→
After hearing a recent radio story on how organizations and individuals can improve their mindset and productivity, I decided to search the web to learn more. The first two “result pages” of a Google search for the phrase “assume positive intent” turned up some very interesting and surprising results – results that that could aid any individual in increasing the effectiveness and performance of themselves, their team and organization. Continue reading The Google Search That Keeps on Giving→
Three years ago this March, we started out on a blogging adventure. We had hopes of where this corporate blog would take us, but had no idea the exposure and workload it would bring along with it. In that time, we’ve tried a myriad of organizational tools, deadlines, strategies to accumulate graphics and ways to improve. If your organization or association is interested in creating a blog, we’re sharing how it all came to fruition and some things we have learned along the way. Continue reading Building Your Blogging Foundation→
Here at Partners in Association Management, we take team building very seriously! Not only do we usually start our monthly staff meetings with some type of icebreaker that connects us all as a team, we also have various events throughout the year, usually hosted by our social committee that are also great team building exercises. For example, this past year, we did some really enjoyable activities as a group that really tested our teamwork skills. Some of these activities included: Continue reading Building Effective Teams→
Onboarding. It’s something we don’t need to think about unless we hire a new employee. Right?
Onboarding isn’t just about hiring new employees – it is about understanding your organization’s culture and social norms and having a successful process in place to identify, recruit, hire, train, integrate and develop employees. Continue reading Navigating Employee Onboarding→