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Every Friday, we pull five articles our audience liked most from our weekly newsletters to keep up with what’s trending. This week, we’re getting back to the basics. Starting off with communication skills and ending with philanthropy practices to avoid, association professionals are interested in key advice.
How do we come up with this list? We look at the most-read articles from subscribers to our personalized twice-weekly newsletter. The artificial intelligence-powered newsletter from rasa.io sends our readers the headlines they might like most, and we get to find out what’s piquing your interest every week. If you’re not subscribed, make sure you do!
Here are the 5 most-read articles from this week’s newsletter:
Based on a late night TEDx Talk binge, AssociationSuccess.org’s Ashley Neal shares the 10 rules needed to have engaging and beneficial conversations.
Amanda Kaiser shares her thoughts on how professional women could benefit as speakers from the implementation of virtual conferences.
Janet Levinger publishes an interview with BoardSource Chief of Staff Judy Reckelhoff, the third in a series discussing board members and the need for advocacy within their organizations.
Manager Tools publishes part two of the finale in a 10-part podcast series, highlighting the most common mistakes during the hiring process and what leaders can do to combat them.
Stanford Graduate School of Business alumni Judy Park and Kavya Shankar shared the five practices they found questionable during interviews with millennial business executives.
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