Women in leadership roles – mentoring should be encouraged earlier

2017-07-14T10:43:42+00:00 Friday, 14 July, 2017|Categories: Opinion Piece|Tags: |

Author: Rachel Loke, 5th Year KCL Dentistry Student and a committee member of the KCL Women in Dentistry society. As an undergraduate dental student, I feel I am lucky to have had encountered a number of female role models who are in positions of leadership. With statistics estimating that women will make up over 50% [...]

7 Attributes of Successful Leaders

2016-10-13T06:55:57+00:00 Wednesday, 13 January, 2016|Categories: Advice & Tips, MemberWise Recognised Supplier, Research|Tags: , |

Author: Gavin Ellwood, Director of Ellwood Atfield. I recruit the people who talk for you. Reputation matters. While it takes years for a representative organisation to build up a good reputation for itself and its sector, it can be shattered in just a few hours by poor leadership, unethical behaviour, or a crisis. Crises can [...]

Innovation for innovation’s sake is not innovation (Network Views)

2017-05-18T13:06:34+00:00 Sunday, 15 November, 2015|Categories: Opinion Piece|Tags: , , |

  The MemberWise Network is introducing a new monthly feature called Network Views - an opinion piece on a set monthly theme. The purpose of this new feature is to give a voice to the thought leaders of the membership and association sector and acknowledge and celebrate their wealth of knowledge and experience. The theme [...]

How do CEOs use social media in the Association world (Network Views)

2016-10-13T06:56:03+00:00 Wednesday, 21 October, 2015|Categories: Best practice sharing, Opinion Piece|Tags: , , , |

The MemberWise Network is introducing a new monthly feature called Network Views - an opinion piece on a set monthly theme. The purpose of this new feature is to give a voice to the thought leaders of the membership and association sector and acknowledge and celebrate their wealth of knowledge and experience. The theme for [...]