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ISAE 2017 May Luncheon
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 Export to Your Calendar 5/22/2017
When: Monday, May 22, 2017
11:30 AM
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3801 S MacArthur Blvd
2nd floor
Springfield 62701
United States
Contact: Vicki Wiltsie
217-753-1190 x175

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High Performing Boards: What do they look like? What do they do?

This session will review grounded research on high-performing Association boards focus time and attention to improve organizational performance. What do high performing boards spend time on and how do they structure their valuable time together to advance their cause? How does a high performing board function and how do we promote a culture of candor that advances our work? What is the impact of being managed by an association management company?

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Identify how high-performing boards spend their time
  • Describe how high-performing boards function
  • Describe how a board can promote a culture of candor that will advance its work


Mark Engle, DM FASAE CAE, principal of AMC, is not just goal-oriented; he’s passionate about attaining his goal to help association boards run more effectively and make timely and bold decisions. To him, it’s less about providing boards with past experience—more than 25 years in association leadership—and more about knowing how best to counsel them on development and effective decision-making for the future.

Mark received his Doctorate of Management from Case Western University in 2011, where he actively researched and collected data on how boards can use their limited time to make successful and significant decisions. Ultimately, his research will help provide an empirical-knowledge base on which to build professional association leadership nationwide—a position that is strongly supported by the ASAE & The Center, the national association of associations.

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