Relationship Economics

Relationship Economics

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David

Join Me at the ASAE Annual Meeting and Expo on August 8 to find the answer to “How Will You Lead Differently”? Manager's Choice

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Good Morning Everyone,

This question should be on everyone’s minds, especially if you run an Association. Members are looking for increased value based upon their relationship with you and your organization. How can you meet those increased expectations?

Join me at the ASAE Annual Meeting and Exposition in St. Louis, MO to find the answer (http://www.asaeannualmeeting.org/). I’ll be presenting the topic below on August 8 and would love to see you there!

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Monday, August 8, 2011

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Room: 276

Venue: Annual 2011

The era of the socially networked and the social-media-savvy presents associations with both the challenge and the opportunity to offer differentiating value. How will your organization stay relevant—or even increase its relevance? Based on ASAE research, interviews, and the forthcoming ASAE book Return on Impact , thought leader and bestselling Relationship Economics author David Nour presents a compelling look at the leadership beliefs, behaviors, strategies, and social-market leadership strategies of visionary associations. In this captivating, example-filled session, he will address:

• Does your association still really matter?

• Evangelism: the 21st-century model

• Mastering digital relationships and measuring influence

• Identifying and engaging relevant stakeholders—consistently

• Who owns the future?

• Implementing organizational social alignment

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