When many companies find themselves having to focus on staff turnover and filling vacant positions, Talley Management Group finds itself welcoming some of its former staff back.
Keeping employees happy to come to work every day isn’t easy. It is driven by the foundation and core of the company and works outward. AssociationsNow posted a great article today about positive culture in the workplace and TMG thought it would be the perfect time to share how it continually works on being a place where people are both happy and proud to work.
Topics: Culture, employee appreciation, internal communications, positive change, Purpose, Core Values, Mission, association management company, Thought Leadership, Retention, Recruitment, Professional Development
After 108 years, what was the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), made the country’s jaw drop as they announced that its program for children 11 to 17 years old will be known as "Scouts BSA” beginning in February 2019. The reason for the change is that BSA now allow girls into their program-another headline that the organization made just a few months ago. Girls will now have the opportunity to even earn the highest-ranking award, the Eagle Award, despite the fact that Girl Scouts offers the same high-ranking award, the Gold Award. The parent organization name will remain the Boy Scouts of America and the Cub Scouts program will also keep its title. Are you confused yet?
National Volunteer Week, powered by Points of Light, is an opportunity to celebrate the impact of volunteer service and the power of volunteers who come together to tackle tough challenges and build stronger, more resilient communities. Each year, Points of Light shines a light on the people and causes that inspire others to serve, recognizing and thanking volunteers who lend their time, talent and voice to make a difference in their communities.
Today, April 4, 2018, marks what would have been Maya Angelou’s 90th birthday. A woman of many remarkable words, she wrote poems and even statements that made us think. This quote, in particular, prompted some thought, especially as to how it relates to associations.
An Overview of the Roles of a Board of Directors, Chief Executive and Staff
A board of directors is a critical component of any organization, and we’re doing a series of articles exploring the board, its responsibilities as well as how it collaborates with other key people, such as a chief executive and staff. It’s important that everyone in an organization gets clear about each entity’s role and responsibilities, so our first article in the series, naturally, starts with the basics—who does what?