By AHRA Staff
The 2017 AHRA Spring Conference is less than a month away! Held March 9-11 in beautiful Savannah, GA, this is the ideal spot to take a break from the action and ramp up your professional development. (Read more)
By Jason M. Newmark, BA, MHA, CRA, FAHRA
Patriots! Patriots! Patriots!
As a die-hard fan (my whole family dresses in Patriots gear on Sundays), I could not pass up the chance to share a few perspectives on the Superbowl LI champs! I could easily dedicate this entire article to a play-by-play recap of the game, but I will spare you this and instead will just share two key takeaways from the game to inspire you and your teams: (Read more)
By Sheryl Jackson
I was recently challenged with the following exercise: all the members on the board of Empowering Women as Leaders International are required to draft their legacies and tie in the lineage of their professional and personal impact. This exercise asks us to be forward thinkers, yet look in retrospect, as the word legacy would suggest. (Read more)
By Daniel Stover, BA
We don’t often think about feeling threatened at work. As leaders, we’d ideally like to believe we are in control of what happens around us as a result of our fine orchestration and organizational skills. In reality, we know how little control we have due to environmental and circumstantial unpredictability. Although the unexpected can be expected, we still end up feeling threatened or overwhelmed… but why? (Read more)
By Wanda Coker, BHS, CRA, FAHRA
There are a lot of Nike “Proven” shirts being worn around this area lately. This shirt was designed by Nike for the winner of the NCAA Football championship. For those of you who do not know me very well, I am a huge Clemson football fan. This is the first National Championship that they have won since the year my oldest child was born (1981). People around this area are wearing the shirts with pride and excitement, to say the least.
Why did Nike choose the word “proven” and what does it mean? (Read more)