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Steal This Idea: Branded Media Templates for Award Winners

Thanks to the Hennepin County Bar Association for sharing this great idea. In addition to posting on their own social media channels about their recent Excellence Award winners, the Hennepin County Bar expanded their reach by providing templates for their award winners to easily share notice of their accomplishment to their own social media. See samples of their templates on the NABE Facebook and Instagram pages.

Tech Talk: 25 Technology Terms Everyone Should Know

According to Associations Now, there are 25 tech-related terms that you should know today because they are bound to come up in your meetings and you’ll see them in your emails. Here is their online glossary of tech terms (which might be worth bookmarking on your browser).

How Can You Build a Better Board?

“Board composition will influence and direct the dynamics of the group. Do the directors listen, challenge and support one another? Are they able to solve problems at the root level? Do they reflect on their effectiveness and grow as a team?”  This US News article covered a Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance discussion on building better boards. 

Steal This Idea: Spot Mentoring

The Louisiana State Bar Association provides a venue for attorneys 2-7 years in practice to post questions on different aspects of being a lawyer. Mentors can answer by email, phone, or in person.  Learn more here.

Social Clubs and Community

Social clubs died out in America. Now, venture capital is bringing them back. There are implications for democracy and bar associations. This FastCompany article explains more.

Engaging Emails

According to a new report covered in Associations Now, engagement is the key to keeping your emails out of your members’ spam folders. Read an overview of the findings here.


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