MADISON, Wis. – Association executives looking for practical applications for innovative ideas are invited to register for the The National Summit on Innovation for Associations, Sept. 19 – 20, in Milwaukee.
Keynote speaker for the event is Jill Morin, author of the book, Better Make it Real: Creating Authenticity in an Increasingly Fake World, and a past “3EO” (one of three CEOs) at Kahler Slater, a global interdisciplinary design enterprise. Three executives from Harley Davidson will speak about the Harley Owners Group community as an example of successful engagement of a company’s stakeholders.
Marshall Brown, founder and CEO of Marshall Brown & Associates, an international coaching, training and leadership development firm, will facilitate the summit, which also includes innovation “labs,” where summit attendees can meet to discuss common challenges facing associations, and an evening reception and live jazz and dessert cruise on the Milwaukee River. Space is limited.
This is the second annual National Summit on Innovation for Association, sponsored by the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives. The event will be held at the Hyatt Regency Milwaukee. Registration for the summit and evening events is $150 per day, $250 for the full summit. Register online at http://www.wsae.org.
About WSAE: The Wisconsin Society of Association Executives has 350 members dedicated to the profession of association management. Its mission is to serve as a forum where the association community thrives and grows.
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Jennifer Brydges, Associate Executive Director
Wisconsin Society of Association Executives