December 1- 2, 2022
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2022
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2022
"Becoming Media-Savvy at a Moment's Notice"
"Solutions for Executives" Group Discussion
"Participatory Management: What worker cooperatives can teach us about retaining, engaging, and investing in staff"
"DEI Considerations for Meeting Planning"
"Unusual Collaborations: Follow the Yellow Brick Road"
Unusual partnerships and collaborations can be found in music, art, movies, business, athletics, and in other disciplines and industries. Where are associations with partnerships and collaborations? What are the lessons these approaches hold for associations? Learn about the basic principles for these engagements, what makes some successful, and what to avoid. When and where should your association be taking chances, when is crazy borderline genius, and when is crazy just plain crazy? The time to get out of a rut, start placing small bets, and building on what works is now.
Jay Daughtry started CQbd in 2017. Over the past 20+ years Jay has built a strong reputation through roles with responsibilities for account management, business development, marketing, communications, and partnerships with companies like Dell, ISG Solutions, Personify, Results Direct, and Wells Fargo.
Jay brings this wealth of experience, along with curiosity and enthusiasm, to each client engagement. Jay relishes opportunities to learn and engage in different ways with a variety of clients.
Having worked with associations, consultants, and technology companies, Jay has developed what may be one of the more unique vantage points in the association space and one that gives each client a well-rounded perspective.
"Solutions for Membership" Group Discussion
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2022
"Building a Fit-for-Purpose Association Board in The Turbulent Twenties"
"Solutions for the Hospitality Industry" Group Discussion
It’s no secret that the hospitality industry has changed because of the effects of the pandemic. Whether it’s service and staffing level changes or the challenge of reinventing your meetings for new health protocols, two of MASAE’s supplier members will facilitate a discussion on the landscape of meetings as we enter 2023. Join us to find out how to best work with venues, CVBs, and other hospitality providers.