Membership professionals look no further — SURGE Forward is coming soon! First developed to help create connections between membership professionals and draw on their collective expertise, SURGE has delivered on its promise year after year. Like SURGE, the articles in this week’s Friday Five are aimed at helping you and your organization grow.
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SURGE Forward is still in the planning phase, so we need your help! We’re looking for innovative thinkers, risk takers and great collaborators, but most importantly: fearless leaders. That’s where you come in!
There are lots of psychological theories for why this happens. It may be caused by certain personality traits, family dynamics, our culture, or some combination of the above. But, understanding why it happens is less important than figuring out what to do about it.
With technology a seemingly unavoidable part of life, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. As our reliance on technology increases, so do our levels of stress and burnout. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
With many organizations streamlining their content production processes to increase engagement and efficiency, it can be tough to stand out from the crowd. That’s where creative brand naming comes in.
As featured in The Wall Street Journal, Inc. magazine and the basis of her book, here are 5 qualities that make a name great and 7 that are deadly dealbreakers.
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Heather Nolan is a marketing specialist at Sidecar. A former journalist and social media manager, Heather lives in New Orleans with her husband, son, and grumpy rescue dog.