Welcome to CSAE
CSAE Holiday Luncheon
It’s time for a break. Celebrate the season with your CSAE colleagues at the annual Holiday Luncheon December 5. Food, games, wine ring toss, tabletop exhibits. Get festive. Get more information. Get registered.
Wine Ring Toss - CSAE Holiday Luncheon
You can ring the bottle and take it home from the CSAE Holiday Luncheon. But we need donations to “ring.” Bring your donation to the luncheon or contact Betty Knecht (303.329.3300) or Meghan Pfanstiel (303.756.9008).
Save on Your Conference Registration
Early registration for the 2015 Annual Conference is now available. You can save $100 or more on the full conference if you register by March 31. More information.
Conference Hotel Reservations
The Fort Collins Marriott is the host hotel for the 2015 annual conference. You can make your reservations online or by phone. More Information.
Food for Thought
Bonus Article - Executive Memo
As a bonus with the Fall issue, we are making an additional article, How to Lead a Learning Revolution, available on the CSAE web site. Author Jeff Cobb, co-founder of Tagoras, discusses the increasing importance of showing that the education and learning experiences you offer actually increase knowledge, enhance skills, change behavior, and advance the learners you serve. Click here to read the article.
Rely on Checklists
When some projects seem overwhelming, it’s time to start using checklists. To achieve the results, the adage, “when eating an elephant --- take one bite at a time,” promotes breaking big jobs into small tasks. Checklists detail the best ways to accomplish projects. Checklists promote excellence. A checklist facilitates a team approach to working toward desired outcomes. Bob Harris, CAE, discusses the benefits and techniques of using checklists. Read the complete article.
Conference and Events Planning Guide
Services, products, and venues for your upcoming conference or event. Download it here.
CSAE Resource Directory
A listing of supliers of various products and services to associationsl. Download it here.
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Colorado Society Association Executives (CSAE) was founded in 1952 and is the "association of associations" for more than 250 association professionals. CSAE brings together association leaders to foster professional and personal excellence through unique learning opportunities that inspire members to achieve more and guide associations into the future.
CSAE's total membership is composed of educators, CEOs, and staff executives of international, national, regional, state and local organizations, as well as companies who provide products and services to these associations.
CSAE provides association management education, information exchange, member services, and issues advocacy to its members and advances the public service value of association to the public.
View the brief Orientation to CSAE video.