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Every Friday, we pull five articles our audience liked most from our weekly newsletter to help us all keep up with what’s trending. This week? You’ve got leadership in mind. Starting with tips and tricks to find a mentor, thought leadership from your favorite SURGE speakers and seeking trends in philanthropy, association professionals were all interested in the same thing: developing their leadership skills.
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Here are the 5 most-read articles from our weekly newsletter:
AssociationSuccess.org marketing specialist Heather Nolan, writes about the best steps for identifying a potential mentor and how to take the initiative to ask for their help.
Featuring advice from three keynote interviews, as well as quotes from the most popular SURGE Connect sessions, AssociationSuccess.org offers a glimpse into the thought leadership that resonated most during the virtual conference.
- Want to be a great leader? Pulitzer-winning historian Doris Kearns Goodwin has tips, directly from U.S. presidents
Presidential historian and author of “Leadership: In Turbulent Times,” Doris Kearns Goodwin has created a 15-part MasterClass on U.S Presidential History and Leadership, full of practical lessons and applicable knowledge to grow your leadership skills.
Nonprofit Hub writer Gerard Tonti writes about four trends to look out for to keep up with the health and wellbeing of your nonprofit organization and how to adjust your plans accordingly.
Gregg Lederman, leadership expert and TalentCulture contributor, identifies three main lies we tell ourselves about productivity and tips to “detach from excuses, be truly productive, and create results.
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