October 5, 2023

CPE Compliance Disclosure:


As the world rapidly evolves and technology continues to advance, it is necessary for associations to adapt their models in order to remain relevant in the future. In this moderator-led roundtable discussion, we will explore different strategies and techniques for staying ahead of the game and ensuring the sustainability of your association.

One of the biggest challenges associations face is getting their leaders to think beyond the present and focus on what lies ahead. However, in order to survive in a constantly changing environment, it is imperative for associations to plan and strategize for the future. We will further discuss effective ways to get leaders to spend more time looking 3-5 years out and developing a long-term vision for their associations.

With the younger generation becoming increasingly important in society, it is crucial for associations to engage them in order to remain relevant. During this roundtable discussion, we will explore different methods of attracting and retaining younger members, from utilizing social media and technology to creating meaningful opportunities for involvement.

In order to successfully adapt to the changing landscape, it is important for the board of directors to be involved in developing a vision for the future. We will learn ways in which the board can play an active role in shaping the association’s direction, as well as ensuring that the vision is aligned with the needs and expectations of the next generation of members.

Lastly, in this roundtable discussion, we will delve into various aspects of the new association model and how it can help your organization thrive in the future. By learning how to get leaders to think ahead, engage younger generations, and involve the board in shaping the vision, you will gain valuable insights on how to stay relevant and provide value to your members and customers in the years to come. Get ready to embrace change and secure the longevity of your association!  So, join us to be educated on the journey towards a successful future for your association.


  • Learn how to get leaders to spend more time looking 3-5 years out
  • Learn ways to engage younger generation of members
  • Gain insight on the involvement of the board of directors in developing vision for the future

INSTRUCTOR(S): Moderated Roundtable discussion lead by Brad Weaber, Chief Strategy Officer, Community Leaders Institute (CLI)

DELIVERY METHOD: Group Internet-Based


LEVEL: Intermediate

NASBA CATEGORY: Business Management & Organization

Subject Domain: Executive Leadership

PREREQUISITES:  C-Level Management Experience

In accordance with the standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, CPE credits have been granted based on a 50-minute hour.

U.S Transactions Corp. (CPE Sponsor ID: 138278) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.NASBARegistry.org.