Molly Marsh

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#Grateful for my AMC

By Molly Marsh / April 21, 2020

One of the ways I have been coping with the COVID-19 crisis is by choosing to focus on the many things in my life and in the world for which I am grateful. It’s actually a practice I’ve been doing for quite a while – spending the first few moments of each morning focused on…

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Returning to Why

By Molly Marsh / September 9, 2019

When is the last time you looked at – and I mean REALLY looked at – your association’s mission statement? Regardless of whether it gets prime real estate on your website, is a header for your operational documents or, perhaps, even buried somewhere in old files, in many cases it can get lost in the…

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Content Marketing: Time Well Spent

By Molly Marsh / August 19, 2019

The Challenge:I am sure this particular story is a familiar one for many associations! Content is developed for conferences, professional development programs, online resources, webinars, then when the event or initial announcement is done, it’s done! Associations generate a significant amount of valuable content to support their members and industry communities. Much of that information…

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AMR IdeaCON – Collaborative Problem-Solving Six Months Later

By Molly Marsh / August 7, 2019

It’s difficult to believe, but we’re coming up on six months since the AMR internal professional development conference; IdeaCON. The results were wonderful, with 82.6% of participants indicating the event made them feel more connected to their peers and 73.9% responding that they learned new skills or information about association management. The qualitative feedback was…

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Takeaways from the World Education Congress 2019

By Molly Marsh / July 24, 2019

Molly Marsh shares her takeaways from the MPI World Education Congress where she represented AMR as a session speaker.

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