Photo by Christin Hume on Unsplash
Virtual communications and successful cultures are top of mind in this week’s Friday Five. Beginning with benefits sponsors do and don’t want, and ending with a TED Talk on social media exploits, association professionals are focusing on their online presence.
Every week, we pull five articles our audience liked most from our newsletters to keep up with what’s trending. 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 five most-read articles from this week’s newsletter:
Association professionals Bruce Rosenthal and Chris Gloede share the do’s and don’ts of offering sponsorship benefits, and how virtual events offer new opportunities for sponsors.
Angela Hatem shares the steps you should take before hitting send that will allow you to avoid mistakes and miscommunication.
AssociationSuccess.org explains how in order to assess and improve your culture, an organization must first look at how it approaches constructive criticism.
Keeping in mind three complications when fostering psychological safety, Gali Cooks shares how comfortability in the workplace is rooted in the ability to fail.
This TED Talk, led by former CIA analyst Yaël Eisenstat, speaks to how social media companies utilize political polarization by incentivizing inflammatory content.
Want to get personalized weekly updates straight to your inbox? Subscribe here.