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Managing the American Registry for Migraine Research: How picking up the phone rather than sending an email has made a difference in just a few months

Posted by Anna Quinn, MPH, RYT on Sep 4, 2018 11:38:02 AM

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.

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Topics: American Migraine Foundation, American Headache Society, public awareness campaign, awareness, advocacy, productivity, customer service, association management company, strategic development, database management, Membership

The Best Strategies for Your Strategic Planning

Posted by Joseph Sapp on Jun 5, 2018 3:51:22 PM

The topic of strategic planning is one that is (at least it should be) at top of mind for all associations and their leaders. Strategic planning is defined as a systematic process of envisioning the future of an association, organization or company, and then in-turn, translating the vision into broadly defined goals or objectives with a plan and steps to achieve them.

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Topics: consulting and outsourcing, Strategic Planning, Strategic Discussions, Board Management, Board of Directors, business plan, Succession Planing, vision, productivity

Running Productive Team Meetings

Posted by Joseph Sapp on Mar 28, 2018 9:41:50 AM

We’ve all been there-stuck on another conference call or in a meeting that seems to have lost focus. How much time do we spend in meetings or on calls that are not accomplishing what they are set up to do? Studies show a typical employee spends 31 hours a month in unproductive meetings. That is a lot of wasted time, too much. Whether you are leading a team meeting or are a participant, we can all contribute to improving how we spend time in meetings and make them as productive as possible. 

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Topics: Meetings and Events, Meetings, Meeting Planning, productivity, Engagement

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