People often start working at an association because a job opportunity is a good fit—but they stay for the mission, collaborative spirit, and vibrant workplace culture. In this video series, get a glimpse inside the association workplace.
Featured this month: Associations employ professionals from fields as diverse as event planning, government relations, sales, finance, marketing and communications, and executive management. And because associations cultivate an environment of learning and collaboration, opportunities for professional development abound. Find out how to advance your career in associations.
For Job SeekersBuild your LinkedIn network
If you’re new to LinkedIn or haven’t done much with an existing profile, building your network might seem intimidating. It doesn’t have to be: A good way to start is to reach out to your current contacts.
For EmployersMake the first 100 days count
What happens in a new employee’s first weeks on the job can make the difference between success and struggle over the long term. Smart employers make good use of this critical time.
Ask the ExpertHow can I find support as a new manager?
Managing a team for the first time sometimes can feel isolating, but you’re not alone. Tap resources your employer offers, reach out to mentors, and network informally with other managers to share experience and brainstorm ideas.