By: Jillian Heddaeus
The Florida Dental Laboratory Association (FDLA), founded in 1964, is PIAM’s second longest term client. While I have not served as their Executive Director for their entire duration, I have been fortunate to witness the remarkable turn of events they have provided for themselves and their membership. Continue reading “Florida Dental Laboratory Association (FDLA) -Weathering the Storm and Coming Out Stronger”
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By: Ricki Sexton
The very first impression that you will give to any potential employer, is of course, your resume. There are many things that make a resume stand out to a potential employer, and if you have a great resume, chances are good, you will get an interview and a chance to showcase yourself and your skills in person. Here are a few tips to polish and shine your resume to stand above the crowd! Continue reading “Tips for the Job Searcher: How is your First Impression?”
By: Shelly Joines
Twenty eighteen marks the twentieth anniversary of Partners in Association Management- a small business started by two colleagues in 1998 in Tallahassee, FL. As we kick off a year of celebrations we hope you join us through the story telling, memories and plans for the future. Continue reading “The Big Two-Oh Glow: 20th Anniversary Highlights”
By: Bennett Napier, CAE
The lead off organization being featured is actually the company’s longest term client, the Florida Life Care Residents Association (FLiCRA). I started as their Executive Director twenty six years ago, and they transitioned with me as our first client association, when our AMC formally opened. Continue reading “Florida Life Care Residents Association (FLiCRA) – A Good Example of Grassroots in Action”
By: Liz Langston, CAE
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”
By: Beth Evarts
As we approach the holidays, it is a time of celebration and spending time with family, friends and co-workers. It is a time of remembrance.
Once we stop, think and realize just what is important to each of us in life, we can plan for success. The question is, how do we plan to get there and have we planned for the unexpected. Continue reading “Being Prepared for Holidays and Disasters”