As we expand and add new members to our team, we’ve had to come up with new and creative ways to make space for not only one another to sit and work but also space for people to actually meet.
As I have moved through the association management industry, I have had the opportunity to work in various roles and with a wide range of industries. When I first began my career, I was working on one association only, serving as a community liaison for a very active online membership. As I progressed through my career, I had more opportunities to engage with other associations. The opportunity to engage with other associations was what solidified my desire to make this a career. It also showed me the quickest path to gaining the skills and knowledge to advance within the association management industry.
Customer service is a very large part of the Talley Management Group’s business philosophy-our team members follow our Core Values, serving with passion and pride. In acknowledgement of “Customer Service Appreciation Week,” TMG team members offer some of the ways they provide our client partners with the best customer service possible, every day, all year round.
Talley Management Group, Inc. (TMG), a leading association management company with national and international connections, announces the addition of association management professional Ethan Gray, CAE, to its growing team. Ethan is joining TMG as a Senior Executive Director, overseeing several TMG client partners.
When I started college, my professor said that the difference between public relations (PR) and advertising was that advertising was paid and that PR wasn’t. I think I heard the proverbial “record” come to a screeching halt since I, like most of my classmates, thought that that meant that we wouldn’t ever get paid. Obviously, that’s far from the truth.
At Talley Management Group, we use a Chatbot on our website, allowing us to immediately answer our website visitors in real time. We have seen an increase in site visits, engagement and length of time people stay on our pages. Various polls have indicated that 75% of internet users are adopting one or more messenger platforms, especially since they can now be integrated in platforms like Slack, Facebook Messenger and others, allowing the user to reach a wider audience.
The interview process begins long before you start your professional career search. From interviews for college to internships to your actual first job-you sometimes interview before you even realize it. Networking is an interview. Dating is an interview; albeit a much different interview but still an interview. You have a short window of time to impress your interviewer, while at the same time, they also have a short window of time to convince you as to whether or not you want to be a part of their team. Interview questions, when asked well, can tell you more about a person-and a potential employer-in less than an hour than most learn about a person in a year. Talley Management Group, Inc. has compiled a list of the best interview questions we’ve ever been asked as an interviewee and why you should incorporate them before adding your new hire to your payroll.
When I started my position as the American Registry for Migraine Research Administrator for Talley Management, Inc.’s (TMG) client partner American Headache Society (AHS), I started reviewing AHS’s site evaluation, a beginning point for my work as the new administrator for our registry. This informal evaluation helped me understand what was happening at each of the sites on the ground while also allowing me to immediately work with each site’s team to troubleshoot or provide feedback. The biggest change from the typical introduction and evaluation with my process? I connected directly with the site’s team rather than just sending an email that, unfortunately, would most likely be deleted.
Topics: American Migraine Foundation, American Headache Society, public awareness campaign, awareness, advocacy, productivity, customer service, association management company, strategic development, database management, Membership
Talley Management Group, Inc. (TMG), a leading association management company with national and international connections, has promoted Joseph Sapp, CAE to the role of Director of Strategic Development, a position that continues his duties of developing new partnerships with potential client partners. In addition, Joe will work with TMG President Gregg Talley on the ongoing strategic direction of TMG.
Talley Management Group, Inc. (TMG), a leading association management company creating stronger communities and human connections to enhance global society for over three decades, has added three new nonprofit associations to its list of 20 client partners, representing various areas of focus.