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Quarterly Membership Meeting- September, 2017
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A quarterly meeting for the ISAE membership to provide educational, motivational & networking opportunities. Networking lunch from 11:45AM- 1:30PM followed by two breakout sessions until 3:00PM, as well as an Associate Meeting & New Member Orientation in the morning prior to the ISAE Luncheon.

 Export to Your Calendar 9/25/2017
When: Monday
From 11:45 AM until 3:00 PM (New Member Orientation from 11:15-11:45AM)
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Holiday Inn- Downtown Mercy Campus
1050 6th Avenue
Des Moines, Iowa  50314
United States
Contact: Monica Stutzman
515-284-7055


Online registration is available until: 9/18/2017
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ISAE Quarterly Meeting: Lunch/Program Details

11:45AM- 1:30PM Networking Lunch

Register to join us for our quarterly networking lunch then sign up to attend the educational program from 1:30PM- 3:00PM (see below).


1:30PM- 3:00PM Educational Session 1

Title: Building a More Strategic Board Through Trends Awareness

Speaker:  Sue Pine

If you are a little intimidated or unsure of how big global trends could or would have an impact on your association, you’re not alone! This session will drive home the value of incorporating trends-watching into your association’s strategic planning process and provide concrete steps for integrating this when you return home.


Join us for this hand-on session where you will have a chance to understand the difference between environmental scanning (trends-watching) and strategic planning. Session attendees will hear the latest information from the ASAE Foundation Foresight Project and have a chance to have a peer-to-peer discussion relative to the potential impact of the trend and then possible responses that would drive association tactics.


Designed for any staff person who has responsibility for strategic planning and/or program development or who thinks about keeping their association relevant in the future, this nuts and bolts interactive session challenges attendees to roll-up their sleeves and walk through a process that they can replicate with their own association leaders.

 

About the Speaker:
Sue Pine
is the VP of Professional Development at AH as well as the Senior Director of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers). In addition, for the last 8-year, Sue has served as an Ambassador for her hometown of Philadelphia. Sue promotes the value of associations holding meetings and events in Philadelphia.

She has worked for over 35 years in the association management world and has been with AH since 2012. Sue is a frequent speaker at ASAE, AMC Institute, and a variety of ASAE State Society meetings. Sue is an ASAE trained facilitator of the ASAE Certificate in Association Management. She is a subject matter expert on Environmental Scanning, Trends Monitoring, AMC Accreditation, Volunteer Management, Board Development topics, etc. Sue has received the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Society of Association Executives Distinguished Service Award, the 2009 AMC Institute Lifetime Achievement Award and the 2008 Leadership Award from the ASAE - AMC Section Council.


1:30PM- 3:00PM Educational Session 2

Title: Surviving Violent Encounters and Crisis Management Panel

Panel Members:  Vicky McKim, Aureon; Megan Baker, Association of Boards of Certification; Michelle DeClerk, CEM

 

The purpose of SVE (Surviving Violent Encounters) is to empower individuals with mindset training, improved decision making, and available survival strategies during an act of violence such as an “active killer” or other work place violence situations. Since childhood, we have been trained to react to fires, tornadoes, floods and other types of disasters. SVE is no different. Our research and experience has helped us identify what has worked in past violent incidents around the world. The techniques and principles we teach are flexible and may be adapted to any violent encounter. SVE also teaches the importance of recognizing and reporting suspicious behavior. When threats are identified early, the proper resources can be used to help mitigate and possibly prevent acts of violence. Preparation is key for any situation we face in life; the more prepared we are, the better we perform.


Following the SVE presentation will be a panel discussion from members of the meetings industry sharing their stories and experiences of crisis management. Hear how they handled these stressful situations and get tips on creating your own crisis management plan.


 

PRE-EVENT Sessions: If you plan to attend one of these sessions, please select it when you register online.

10:30AM- 11:30AM ASSOCIATE Member Meeting

Attention Associate Members: You are invited to attend an Associate Member Meeting from 10:30-11:30 AM, prior to the regular ISAE lunch/program events. Come get acquainted with other ISAE Associate Members and have a chance to network and learn from each other.

Topic: Show & Tell by Justin Fletcher of Carue Marketing!
As Sales Personnel in our industries, we are always looking for great give away ideas that distinguish us from our competitors, and keep our clients thinking about us year round! Join us for a presentation by Justin Fletcher of Carue Marketing as he showcases the newest trends and ideas for Amenities, Giveaways, Marketing and Branded Items! Touch, feel and sample items that could help put your company name in the hands of a client!!


11:00AM- 11:30AM NEW Member Orientation

Attention New Members or other interested Members: You are invited to attend a New Member Orientation from 11:00-11:30 AM at the same location. Come get acquainted with some of our current members and have a chance to learn about ISAE and ask questions.  

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