Registration for September Workshop and Luncheon is Closed!
Mark your Calendars for Tacos & Topics on Tuesday, October 17th from 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Bob Harris has been dubbed the “Martha Stewart of association management” for providing tips and templates for making management easier.  Take this great opportunity to learn from Bob how to govern and develop an effective board and best practice and uses of a strategic plan. 

ASAE Board Workshop and Monthly Luncheon with BOB HARRIS
Tuesday, September 19th
8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Four Points by Sheraton Little Rock Midtown (925 S University Avenue)

This is an ASAE Executive Only event.  We encourage you to bring a board member to this event.  Member pricing is $99 for one attendee and $179 for two.

Bob will share examples of association excellence, better board practices, and strategic plans that drive the organization (rather than collecting dust on a shelf.)  Bring your challenges.  Bring your strategic plan, board agenda, and/or policy manual for personal feedback.

Registration Includes:

8:00:  Registration and Coffee

8:30 to 11:30 AM:  Workshop

  • Association Impact and Future of Associations
  • Governing and Developing an Effective Board
  • Best Practices and Uses of a Strategic Plan

11:45 AM:  ASAE Monthly Luncheon
Bob will discuss business associations around the world and why global associations admire what we have and do.

Note:  Luncheon only registration will open to all members on September 1st.

Bob Harris has 30+ years of experience with associations, chambers and other nonprofits. His seminars are interactive, focused on core-knowledge and organizational (realistic) capacity. He utilizes case studies, trends and headlines for board orientation, training, strategic planning, staff training and consulting. He is the author of Association Management 101 Online©; creator of the Association Self-Auditing Process© and co-author of “Building an Association Management Company."

He is known around the world for sharing best practices and promoting sustainability of associations and chambers. Harris’ specialties include: Strategic Planning - without games and group hugs, Board Roles and Responsibilities - customized to the organization, Staff Training (risk, efficiency, policy management, governance, etc.)