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Bringing Generations Together: How to Bridge the Gap By: Jenna Jones, Program Coordinator Being relatable is a key component of any association. There are those that have served in the industry planting seeds for many years, while others are just entering the industry looking for ways to set themselves apart.  Whether you are considered a… Read more »

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Parli What? The Basics of Parliamentary Procedure By: Abby Burns, Program Coordinator In association management we regularly hold board meetings for our clients.  Often, boards turn to our management team to make sure they are executing business correctly and efficiently. In order to do this, they must ensure they are knowledgeable about the structure of… Read more »

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4 Strategies to Increase Brand Exposure By: Dawn Cheplick, Program Coordinator Inspiring consumers to purchase and use Georgia-grown watermelons continues to be a top priority for the association members and industry partners of the Georgia Watermelon Association. With the height of watermelon season approaching, the GWA is busy collaborating with PR firms, athletic events, media… Read more »

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5 Techniques for Strong Financial Management By: Teresa Beck, Financial Services Strong financial management systems support good business. Financial management does this by ensuring stakeholders can understand how well an organization plans for and uses their financial resources. Let’s take a look at 5 of ASG’s best practices for financial management within an organization. Consistency… Read more »

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Real World Events and Impact on Client Meetings – Risk Management and Crisis Preparedness By: Kelley Atkinson, Director of Conference Services My previous blog detailed my experience with event cancellation due to Hurricane Irma. In the weeks after my real world experience with life threatening weather, another life threatening crisis took place and made national… Read more »

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3 Ways to Get More out of Your Job By: Steena Hymes, Program Coordinator You are a recent graduate struggling to find work in your field, so you accept a “filler position.” You have your dream job, but leadership is lacking. Your 5 or 10-year plan is well under way, but it’s taking too long… Read more »

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April 1 marked 23 years for ASG and to celebrate, our staff has shared 23 reasons we love working at ASG! “The variety of clients. It’s neat to learn about different worlds of business all in one place.” – Abby Burns “ASG’s commitment to professional development helps me continue to grow my skill set for… Read more »

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Keep Calm and Manage Change By: Debbie Brady, Account Executive  “Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” – John F. Kennedy As Executive Directors we are often in the position of having to instigate and manage change in our client… Read more »