Transform your association into an agile and adaptive powerhouse!
In this 60-minute interactive online seminar, you'll learn from association experts on how to create an association that can quickly respond to changes and capitalize on opportunities. Discover best practices, real-life examples and practical advice on how to make your association more responsive, resilient and ready for the future. Hear from association leaders and experts on how to create a culture of innovation, collaboration and continuous improvement.
Join us for an engaging online event and take the first step towards creating an agile association that is ready to adapt and thrive in an ever-changing world. Don't miss this opportunity to empower your association to succeed in the face of uncertainty and change.
Agile Associations in Tumultuous Times
In the face of numerous challenges, agile associations have the chance to adapt, embrace change and thrive. To be successful, they need to think about adaptations both in terms of governance (policies, processes and procedures in place) and programs that address the evolving needs and wants of their members.
What makes a successful agile organisation tick
There are millions of articles about how organizations can progress down the road of success. From creating a functional work environment to engaging the membership and keeping the pace of modern trends, this session will deliver on all the key ingredients that make APPLiA rank among the top 18% among EU Associations.
Meeting member needs
The strategies used by an agile association to meet member needs in a changing and challenging environment.
How to Book
To book on this event, register as a subscriber or member (both at no fee) and then click on the "Book now" button.
|AAE Association Members||No fee|
|AAE Association Subscribers||No fee|
|PCO/ AMC Subscribers||£40|
|Associate Members||No fee|
Fees are in GBP, subject to 20% VAT and to be paid by card on booking.
A recording of the seminar is available to members only in the Resource Centre, from approximately 48 hours after the event, and subject to successful recordings.