It’s finally 2017, time to say goodbye to the past and hello to what’s coming in the new year!
With a new year comes new changes, and it’s important for associations to be able to adapt to them. Associations will be facing immense change in every aspect of our society. Luckily, Association Chat has got you covered for the changes to come in the association world!
Most people make new year’s resolutions that they don’t stick to, but we’re here to help you find out how your association can own the future with just 6 key elements!
On January 3rd at 2pm EDT Tom Morrison (@tommorrison), CEO of Metal Treating Institute (MTI) Management, will be back to tell us what those 6 elements are and how they can help your association conquer future endeavors. If you need a quick refresher, or are new to Association Chat, you can find out more about Tom below.
About Association Chat Veteran, Tom Morrison
Tom Morrison is a 1990 graduate of Florida State University with a B.S. in Finance. He began his career in association management in 1995 as an Executive Vice President hired to assume the role of CEO of the Florida Automotive Industry Association. In late 2005, Tom was hired by the Metal Treating Institute as Executive Vice President to assume the role of CEO in 2008. Tom has been instrumental in helping MTI drive growth in their member value proposition, trade show, annual conferences, online technical training, and use of technology. Through Tom’s leadership and ability to embrace change, MTI’s net worth has grown over 1,000% since 2006.
In 2015, Tom became a Certified Life Coach and authored a new groundbreaking book on personal development called How to Get People to Scream Your Name and Beg For More. The book shares the 4 components everyone needs to be focused on in their life to achieve the best quality of life possible.
Tom is a nationally sought after speaker on the topics of maximizing member value/engagement, marketplace disruption and personal development.
Tom is active in the Florida Society of Association Executives, Council of Manufacturing Executives, and American Society of Association Executives. In 2012, due to peer recognition of Tom’s professionalism, business innovation, and passion, he was named the FSAE Association Executive of the Year.
Tom’s passion is inspiring people, professionals and companies to maximize their success in seizing the opportunities that are coming their way. Tom is married and has three married children in their 20’s.
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