Upcoming Events


September 27, 2016
CSAE Fort Collins Happy Hour

September 29, 2016
Webinar: Reading, Understanding and Presenting Financial Statements to the Board: Part 2

October 4, 2016
Webinar: Are Non-Profits Required to Pay Overtime?

October 6, 2016
PEAK Presentation and Reception: SOCIAL EXCELLENCE: Could Soft Skills Change the World?

October 11, 2016
Webinar: Inclusion: Beyond the Law

October 13, 2016
CSAE Denver Happy Hour

October 26, 2016
Webinar: Content Marketing for Associations

November 1, 2016
MIC Serving Up Hope


 


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October 6 PEAK Afternoon - #SOCIAL EXCELLENCE: Could Soft Skills Change the World?

Humans are social animals. Our entire lives are made up of relationships and interactions, yet most of us never practice relating or interacting. We want associations full of engaged, passionate, connected members. CSAE Conference speaker Matt Mattson, covers the “whys and hows” of connection. More information.

CSAE Happy Hours

It’s fall: time for football, back to school, apple cider, and getting together with your CSAE colleagues at one of our fall Happy Hours. Join us in FT COLLINS on September 27 or in DENVER on October 13. Relax with your colleagues. Make new acquaintances. Introduce your guests to CSAE. RSVP now.

September 29 Webinar on Presenting Financial Statements

Jason Elliott, CPA, CGMA, CAE, presents part 2 of his webinars Reading, Understanding and Presenting Financial Statements to the Board. This session will help you understand the statement of activities and statement of cash flows and calculate key performance metrics and identify warning signs and trends. More information: More Information.

October 4 Webinar: Are Non-Profits Required to Pay Overtime?

The new Department of Labor rule extending overtime eligibility has created a lot of confusion and uncertainty for non-profit employers. This presentation by Ann Price, a followup to a previous webinar, will explore the two tests for coverage by the FLSA—enterprise and individual—and how they relate to non-profits. More information.

Serving Up Hope Luncheon November 1

The Serving Up Hope Luncheon is a unique opportunity to network with your industry peers and partners and sample cuisine highlighting the talents of Denver area restaurant and hotel chefs. The 23rd annual event, supporting the Food Bank of the Rockies, is sponsored by the Meetings Industry Council of Colorado. More information and registration.

Scholarships Available for Institute for Organization Management

The Colorado Society of Association Executives is partnering with Institute for Organization Management, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s professional development program for non-profit executives, to offer CSAE members two $500 partial tuition scholarships to one of Institute’s 2017 sites. Read more . . .

Labor Department Issues Final Overtime Rule Impacting Associations and Businesses

On May 18, 2016, the White House announced the publication of its final overtime rule, which the Administration says will extend overtime eligibility to more than 4 million additional workers within the first year of implementation. Download the Department of Labor Fact Sheet. Register for the webinar. Get more information . . .


About CSAE!

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 PDF presentation.


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