CEO Update's 2019 Association Leadership Awards celebrated the personal and professional success of Mike Graham, Barbara Byrd Keenan and Jay Timmons.
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CEO plans to pursue a balance of personal and professional interests after stepping down; board is organizing search process.
Former veterinary community association head to lead business group.
Longtime CEO to leave in 2021, will spend remaining time focused on defending industry from attempts to curtail drug prices.
Consultants say information transparency, communication and eliminating silos can help groups rapidly respond to change.
Kathleen Enright’s first priority as CEO has been to replace previous membership system with a streamlined dues structure.
Money from tax would be used to counter business advocacy, but some groups targeted say such a policy is unconstitutional.
Candidates must demonstrate competence, ability to uphold values of hiring association; keen knowledge of industry challenges a plus.
Timmons, Keenan and Graham discuss what’s important to them, how they engage with others, and the value of being persistent.
Regular development programs for management-level staff can improve employee engagement and retention and increase your group’s effectiveness. “If you take care of the leadership, they’ll take care of the people,” said Marvin Irby of the National Restaurant Association.