I love my job. I am one of those people who lives to work, and who loves interacting with clients, pitching new business, you name it. Every day at SEVEN12 Management is a little bit different than the previous, and I thrive in that kind of constant activity. However, if you ask me what my least favorite part of my job is, I can answer you without hesitation: I HATE hiring employees. I hate writing a job description, trying to find a good candidate, interviewing them, I could go on. But I know it’s a necessary evil because our company does not exist without quality staff running it. So how do I make interviewing less painful? I pay for tools that help streamline the process to ensure that once I offer a position, I know I’ve selected the best person for the job.
As the Office Manager for SEVEN12 Management, I am the first person you encounter when you arrive at our headquarters. I take extra care to make sure your first impression of our business is a positive, and lasting, one.
The current year is 2140, time travel has become accessible to any single person regardless of their wealth. The ability to take yourself to any previous time is easily accomplished through a few movements of your Digital Brain Controller. Revisiting your organization 25, 50, or even 100 years ago is simple and speaking with historical board and volunteer members is commonplace. All sensory input is quickly within reach – except for smell (which may be preferred for pre-1920s travel).
In the world of association management, few things are as important as the financial health of an organization. In my almost 40 years as a certified public accountant, I have seen many organizations flourish – and fall apart – if daily financials and overall investment strategies are not properly managed. At SEVEN12 Management, we oversee literally hundreds of accounting codes, payments and receivables, investment portfolios, you name it. That’s why keeping on top of things and reporting properly to the board of directors is so important.
Have you ever struggled with conveying the value of membership? It’s a challenge to convince prospective and current members. Vincent Moulden, SEVEN12's Account Executive & Digital Media Manager, sits down with Courtney Stewart, SEVEN12’s Membership & Programs Manager to discuss how she faces this challenge.
Should young professionals attend conferences and training events? How do we get them (and their leadership) on board? What are young professionals actually looking for in a conference or professional training? How do we market to them appropriately?
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