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TMG Welcomes National Renal Administrators Association

Posted by TMG on Aug 21, 2019 1:10:54 PM

The National Renal Administrators Association (NRAA), an Association that supports independent and community-based dialysis providers through ongoing educational opportunities and advocacy efforts, has joined Talley Management Group, Inc. (TMG), a leading association management company dedicated to creating stronger communities and human connections to enhance global society for over 30 years. TMG will partner with NRAA and its subsidiary organization Renal Service Exchange (RSE), providing support, education and networking opportunities to all the Association’s members.

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Topics: TMG News, new business development, NRAA

TMG: Where School is Cool and Educational Organizations are Found

Posted by TMG on Jul 18, 2019 12:07:01 PM

Talley Management Group, Inc. (TMG), a leading association management company creating stronger communities and human connections to enhance global society for over three decades, announces its welcoming of new client partner, the National Council on Measurement in Education® (NCME) a professional organization for individuals involved in assessment, evaluation, testing and other aspects of educational measurement.  

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Topics: News, TMG News, new business development, Education

A Sustainable Meeting is a Successful Meeting

Posted by Danielle Barsuglia on Jul 9, 2019 2:16:54 PM

From paper straws to composting to reducing plastic use and overall disposal, people and companies everywhere are doing whatever they can to be more sustainable. At home and in the office, it can be easy to make changes but what about meetings hosting hundreds of attendees? I reviewed what we (the Meetings Team at Talley Management Group) does and together, we shared our ideas of how we integrate sustainability into our client partner events and meetings.

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Topics: Meeting Planning, Meetings, Events, Meetings and Events, international meetings and events, sustainability

Budget Season is Coming: Four GOT Tips for Budget Planning

Posted by Diann Fufaro, CPA on Jun 11, 2019 2:16:37 PM

It’s hard to believe that we are almost halfway through the year and before you know it budget planning will begin. Although some may prefer to take their chances with the White Walkers rather than face another budget season, here are four tips that may help to conquer the fear of this process and help you to make it through.

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Topics: Accounting, Financial Audits, Financials, financial controls, budget

The Goldilocks Effect: Getting Your Organization's Board Size “Just Right”

Posted by TMG on May 16, 2019 4:58:10 PM

“Not too little, not too big, but just right.” We can thank Goldilocks’s innovative decision-making strategies for giving us this antiquated quote. However, unlike Goldilocks, it is not just the temperature of our porridge or the softness of our beds raising skepticism. Instead, organizations are beginning to question the number of members on their board. How many board members is the right amount? What size enables an organization to acquire desired results most effectively and efficiently?

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Topics: Board of Directors, Boards, Leadership, Board Management, TMG Blog

Keep SPAM in the (trash) Can

Posted by TMG Marcomm Team on May 1, 2019 3:19:00 PM

Yes, believe it or not, SPAM is still on the shelves, even with many trying to eat clean, green, carb free, protein heavy or just lettuce and water. Difference between today and 1937 when Mr. Hormel developed SPAM is that it now lives on both shelves and in inboxes.

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Topics: Marketing, Membership Marketing, digital marketing, inbound marketing

Stop Sugarcoating and Start Supporting: TMG Continues its Process with Ditching the Annual Review

Posted by Joseph Sapp on Mar 20, 2019 11:46:59 AM

A couple of weeks ago I was sitting in on the Harvard Business Review’s (HBR) webcast titled “How do you evaluate and develop employees without performance reviews?” The webcast was a follow-up on a case study by HBR that was created after Deloitte’s-a multinational professional services network- decision to move away from the traditional performance review. This concept directly aligns with TMG’s continuing effort to evaluate how it can best review its employees, while promoting and assisting with their own professional growth and development.

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Topics: Professional Development, Performance Reviews, career development, support, Radical Candor

The Value of an AMC

Posted by Joseph Sapp on Mar 14, 2019 5:40:18 PM

I recently moderated a webinar session for the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) and its Association Management Company Section Council. The session included three panelists, all who are association management company (AMC) owners. The goal of our session was to have an open discussion about the value an AMC brings to the associations it represents. It was an engaging session and one that I think can be continued through ongoing discussions as we consistently evolve as an industry and find new ways to improve our ability to service and impact associations. To kick-off a follow-up conversation on this topic, I had additional thoughts on the value of an AMC based on my personal experience within the industry and with Talley Management Group (TMG).

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Topics: AMC, Team, ASAE, association management company, TMG Blog

Maintaining Sustainability

Posted by Joseph Sapp on Mar 5, 2019 2:24:11 PM

Part of every company’s business plan includes an overview of its sustainability, both financially and environmentally, including where those two elements impact each other. Over the past few years, TMG has taken several steps to improve our sustainability in the office. These efforts not only impact the culture and morale in the office but also improve our global footprint within our community. We’ve compiled our top three ways we’re becoming “greener,” making it easy for anyone to partake in our programs!

Start a Company Garden
Two years ago, we built a new garden that surrounds an outdoor sitting area where staff utilize during the warmer months, whether it be to eat lunch, have a different location for a team meeting or just to catch a few moments to unwind. The garden has several components that are important. First, a large food bed was created so that our team can grow and enjoy their own produce. The other planter areas include flowers and most importantly local native plants. This is great for the environment and creates habitats for our local birds and insects.

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Topics: Community Service, Mission Statement, Mission, global, sustainability

Meeting Success Happens Before the Meeting Starts

Posted by Joseph Sapp on Feb 28, 2019 4:54:23 PM

At the end of each work day, many leave the office or shut down their laptops thinking, “What did I accomplish today” or “Was I productive enough?” One thing that can cut into how productive someone was that day is meetings. Yes, they are absolutely 100% needed; they are where we share ideas, collaborate, make decisions and come together as a group to update one another on the many things our teams juggle on a daily basis. What is not needed is a meeting where time is wasted because of preventable reasons.

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Topics: Meetings, Team, productivity, time management

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