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Why ‘deep knowledge experts’ and how are they part of our purpose?

I have frequently said that the golden thread weaving through my career has been the privilege of working with ‘deep knowledge experts.’ That is often...

A Team’s Magic Moment

Have you ever felt that slight rush of adrenalin when everything 'clicks' – when you feel, collectively, as if you are unstoppable and everything is...

Wellbeing when working from home

By Duncan Judd of Happy Minds at Work Wellbeing when working from home Working from home can have both advantages and disadvantages. There is the...

Is Your Office-Based Model Putting New Recruits Off?

The office versus remote versus hybrid working situation is a conundrum. You’ve probably been talking about since we were first put into lockdown, debating what...

Eight Ways Video Interviewing Improves Recruitment In Your Membership Organisation

Video interviewing is not a new thing in recruitment. It’s been around in various shapes and forms for a while. If you think about it,...

#EUGreenWay: advocating by example

Flooding in Europe, Africa and China. Wildfires in Siberia, the Mediterranean, the US and Canada. Storms and hurricanes in the Caribbean nations of Barbados and...

How can we provide more value for our members?

This is a question we have all pondered on from time to time. When we think of the organisations we know and work with, we...

Mindful Exclusion

Peter Swabey, Policy & Research Director at The Chartered Governance Institute UK & Ireland One of the issues on which The Chartered Governance Institute UK...

Do trade associations feature in a Covid recovery plan?

Trade Associations Anyone who has worked for any time with trade associations will have observed how the role of industry bodies has evolved. Twenty years...

“A crisis is a terrible thing to waste”

How can human responses to crisis situations inform effective membership engagement strategies? Response to crisis membership engagement The word crisis appears in the title but...