Four Ways to Put Members First When Navigating Change
Change is inevitable and usually affects members
Sooner or later, associations must be ready to embrace a change agenda. It could be ushered in thanks to a new CEO, critical member voices, or a broader organizational goal to tap into innovation and transformation.
At the Yoga Alliance (YA), all of these factors played into the decision to revisit and update its yoga teaching standards.
“A change was needed,” said YA President and CEO Shannon Roche. “We had a regular review of the standards conducted by a standards committee of volunteers, but it had not, in large part, implemented the pieces of information surfaced.”
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