Ed Rigsbee interviews Terri Hinkley, CEO at Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses on the topic of moving a membership organization away from volunteer managed to volunteer directed and professional staff managed. Communication is one of the very important key elements for success.
Marc Vahanian, the 7 Keys Coach, shares how association executives can get their members to refer colleagues for membership and how to more effectively work with volunteer leaders through authentic confidence. Marc shares how to apply his 7 Keys: Purpose, Passion, Preparation, Partnering, Practice, Poise & Presentation. Marc@marcvahanian.com – marcvahanian.com – 818-203-7002
Jess Todtfeld, CSP, from New York City, shows associations how to get more return from speeches, presentations, and media interactions. He was a TV producer at ABC, NBC and FOX. He’s a speaker, best selling author, and has worked as a TV host. He even set a Guinness Record for being interviewed the most times … 112 different radio stations in 24 hours. Jess@SuccessInMedia.com (800) 369-3421 www.SuccessInMedia.com
Marty Stanley, CSP interviewed by Ed Rigsbee, CAE, CSP on fixing a messed up culture in for-profit and non-profit organizations. Marty Stanley, Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), walks the talk. As founder of Dynamic Dialog, Inc. in 2000, she draws on her personal and professional experience to help people transform their lives and their organizations.
Marty works with leaders who want a competitive advantage by developing and leveraging a winning culture. She does this through leadership coaching, consulting and training that results in collaborative teams that are aligned with a strategic vision for the future and systems and processes that support that vision.
Marty’s worked with numerous national associations such as realtor associations, the US Tennis Association, American Public Works Association and American Academy of Family Physicians and the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Association. Other clients are equally diverse and broad range: from large companies such as GE Oil and Gas, Marriott Corporation and Bank of America to rural hospitals, mortgage companies, commercial plumbing, engineering and law firms.
Marty’s books, Get Out of B.E.D.(Blame Excuses and Denial): Change Your Outlook -Alter Your Outcomes and her most recent book From Type A to Type T:How to Be a Transformational Leader in a Bottom-Line World provide the foundation for personal and organizational effectiveness and success. Her articles have been featured in hundreds of national and international trade and professional publications.
Prior to starting her business, Marty served in leadership roles and transformed culture 3 diverse corporate environments: ~Employers Health Insurance, now Humana ~Blue Cross Blue Shield ~AMC Entertainment Marty Stanley, CSP – Certified Speaking Professional 2017 Coach of the Year – Women in Business Silver Stevie Award Immediate Past Chair-Chapter Leadership Committee – National Speakers Association 858-432-6764 816-695-5453 www.alteringoutcomes.com
Interview with Joel Block, CPA, CSP about how the system is rigged and how association executives can “rig the rules” to serve the organization. From making points like “Don’t let attorneys kill your deals” and “Use a CPA but don’t expect magic.” Joel recommends to association executives to “sell to the pain” and realize “how badly members need the association.” Contact Joel at http://bullseyecap.com/ or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ed Rigsbee interviews Steven Iwersen, author of “The Porcupine Principles! How to Move Prickly People to Preferred Outcomes.” https://www.steveniwersen.com/ Steven talks, through the window of how this applies to association executives, about the (1) Principle of the Starting Line (2) Principle of the Broom (3) Principle of the Trash Can (4) Principle of the Fence and (5) Principle of the Finish Line. Steven shares that people want respect, value, autonomy or they will exhibit the behaviors of domination, retaliation and/or isolation. Those behaviors are akin to porcupine quills if one feels threatened. Learn why people would rather be invited then told. Learn why persuasion requires guidance and information. Learn why you might want to stop thinking like a boss and more like a coach.