During 2021 we will offer freemium membership comprising relevant and meaningful benefits which are designed to enhance knowledge, skills and expertise, to strengthen peer support, and to advocate the value and impact of our professional community. Additional premium resources will be made available to complement your freemium membership, details of which will be announced. Watch this space!
We host a bimonthly CEO Forum, providing a safe space for members to generate ideas, share problems and define solutions; to develop, promote and share best and innovative practice; and to disseminate sector specific news and information.
Written by CEOs for CEOs, we publish and maintain a repository of guidance notes, providing pragmatic advice and insights into a broad range of subjects relating to association leadership and management.
Continuous learning is key to realising and maintaining success and so, through a variety of platforms, we will provide opportunities for members to address skill gaps, broaden perspectives, build networks, and enhance performance.
We live in an age of unprecedented change and disruption all of which combine to create uncertain futures. Associations have the potential to transform their communities and we will work with members to define and advocate how membership bodies and effect change.
We will launch a new series of association-focused podcasts on 26 October 2020, providing our community with on-demand access to fresh perspectives, subject analysis, and new ideas.
Over the coming weeks and months we'll consult with our community to ensure we provide relevant, topical and timely opportunities to engage with the professional network for chief executives and c-suite professionals who lead within the membership sector.
Membership in the Institute of Association Leadership is inclusive and FREE. Yet the costs associated with providing best-in-class programming and networking opportunities continue to mount.
What can you give to help increase and improve the professionalism and performance of today and tomorrow's sector leaders?