Update Your Calendars!
New Dates for the CSAE Conference
July 7-9, 2020
Grand Hyatt Vail
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CSAE Event Status
Due to the recently announced temporary suspensions of dine-in restaurants, gyms, theaters, clubs, casinos, and more, effective immediately and a ban on gatherings, effective immediately, of 50 people or more for 30 days, as well as keeping the safety of our members in the forefront, the following 3 CSAE events have been postponed or cancelled:
March 23, Mix-It-Up Monday, Fort Collins (Postponed)
April 2, Lunch With Leaders (Cancelled)
April 27, Mix-It-Up Monday, Colorado Springs (Postponed)
New Virtual Events
April 2, 2020, Webinar: COVID-19 and Non-Dues Revenue: How Will You Recover?
New ideas for gaining traction and results when the uncertainty of these challenging times has made advertising, sponsorship and exhibit sales exponentially more difficult.
Charles Popper, President, The Wyman Company
Carrie McIntyre, Customer Experience Officer, The Wyman Company
Ongoing Online Learning
Remember, too, the other online learning webinars through CSAE remain available. You can still keep you and your staff up-to-date on what’s new in the association industry.
COVID-19: What CSAE Is Doing, Click Here
Information Resources: Click Here
Board's Duty of Foresight in The Turbulent Twenties
April 22, 2020, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM MDT
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On Wednesday, January 22, 2020, the Colorado Division of Labor Standards and Statistics adopted the Colorado Overtime and Minimum Pay Standards Order (“COMPS Order”) #36, which replaces Colorado Minimum Wage Order #35.
It might be heresy, but Bob Harris, CAE, advises “scrub the annual planning meeting.” Replace with it with a retreat for strategic discussions that span at least three years. Avoid creating a yearly to-do list. Planning is more powerful when focused on three to five years. The transition will save time, avoid frustration and encourage directors to think strategically.
On December 15, 2019, new rules went into effect that may limit employers’ ability to enter agreements with employees about the final payout of accrued, unused vacation.
An association’s DNA is the structure, strategy, sustainability, relevance and performance just below the surface. Check it periodically.