Ep 27: Building the Framework for a Healthier Work Environment



Join us this week as our guest Nancy MacRae, CEO of the Emergency Nurses Association, talks about leadership during and post-pandemic. Tune in as Sherry and Nancy discuss how the pandemic strengthened the value of associations and how they can continue to represent and grow impact by delivering value and being adaptable.

 

 


Ep 26: Reinforcing Relationships Through Member Engagement and Experience



Join us this week with our guest Geoffrey Brown, CEO of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors, as we discuss how member engagement and experience, when done the right way, can deepen your association’s relationship with your audience and can make you an indispensable part of their lives.

 


Ep 25: Utilizing Emerging Technologies to Solve Communication Problems



Hybrid events seem easy on paper, but execution is a totally different story. If you don’t have the right people and the right technology, it could be your biggest nightmare. Tune in as Sherry Budziak interviews Laird Crawford, owner and CEO of Ian Ryan Interactive, to discuss how the Innovation Summit was seamlessly blended into an in-person and online event, and all other media services that associations can utilize to economically meet their communication needs.


Ep 24: Systemic Problem Solving Through Lens of Optimism



The pandemic has forced associations to be as creative and innovative as possible to ride the tide and thrive in it. This week’s guest, Mike Moss, President of the Society for College and University Planning, talks about launching an Innovation Hub in his organization to speed up product development cycles and identify and refine experiments that were moving the discipline forward. Lots of takeaways that you don’t want to miss!

 


Ep 23: Simplifying the Road to Excellence



Perfection through simplification is never easy, but this is what our guest, Garth Jordan, CEO of American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), is advocating for at his organization. For this episode, Sherry and Garth talk about simplifying the association business model through redirection of resources and elimination of visions that are not aligned with the association’s core purpose. Stay tuned!

 


Ep 22: Driving Value to Increase Member Engagement



This week, let’s dive into member engagement and what future membership will look like. Sherry Budziak, .orgSource Founder and CEO, interviews Tom Morrison, CEO of Metal Treating Institute Management, about membership challenges and opportunities, as well as insight on how they successfully managed their association’s first in-person event, while making sure attendees feel comfortable and reassured.

 

 

 


Ep 21: Organic Collaborations to Fuel Growth



In this episode, we shine light on how associations can encourage organic collaborations that often result in happy, fruitful partnerships. Tune in to .orgSource CEO and Founder Sherry Budziak and American Association of Clinical Endocrinology (AACE) CEO Paul Markowski as they discuss this opportunity and other ways on how the association industry can set a new course and think progressively in this unprecedented times.

 

 


Ep 20: Relearning How to Build the Wheel of the Future



Stop. Listen. And Learn. These are the first steps that Ken Slaw, Executive Director for the Society of Vascular Surgery, did to realign his thoughts on how to go forward in the midst of the pandemic. Come tune in as .orgSource Founder and CEO Sherry Budziak interviews Ken on how he managed to implement new programs and discovered new initiatives that moved his organization forward despite the less-than-ideal business landscape.

 


Ep 19: Resilient Leadership in Challenging Times



This week’s episode shines light on resilient leadership and evolving workplace culture as Sherry Budziak, .orgSource Founder and CEO, interviews Bill Bruce, CEO of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM). Listen and learn how Bill positioned ACOEM for success and his thoughts on why flexibility and receptivity to change remains key for continuous progress.