Welcome to AExperience (formerly REALTOR® AE Magazine)
Read the first issue of AExperience, Destination: Diversity.
In the past two years, state and local associations have stepped up their diversity, equity and inclusion efforts. We share a range of association success stories and delve into some of the challenges—from thinking more broadly about diversity to coming to terms with the true impact of inequity to navigating cultural differences that may impact how to resolve conflicts.
Also in this issue: Avoid getting caught in a troubling trend, lawsuits stemming from professional standards hearings.
Register for: Humor and Executive Presence for Leaders
An AEI Year-Round Virtual Session
Thursday, December 8, 2022 – 12:00 pm ET
Join us to hear from Allison Gilmore, Director of Goizueta Doctoral Program at Emory University, speak to the importance of humor and executive presence as two, key ingredients for effective leadership. Did you know that 91% of executives believe a sense of humor is important for career advancement? And that leaders feel 26% of advancement in leadership has to do with executive presence?
Learn how you can incorporate both traits into your leadership style while facilitating better collaboration, communication and inspiring your team all at the same time!
Follow some actionable steps to incorporate diversity and inclusion at your local association.
Ensure your association is equipped to provide high-quality services that members need to be successful.
Association Management Toolkits
This collection of toolkits was created to help with an array of management functions to keep your association running smoothly.
Top Association Management Resources
Governance & Structure
Coronavirus: A Guide for REALTOR® Associations
January 20, 2021
"That's Who We R" Resources
Expand Your Association's Social Media Reach
April 30, 2020
Latest News and Updates
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