Advancing Kansas Associations Through
Collaboration, Education, Information and Advocacy.
The Kansas Society of Association Executives
2019 KSAE Compensation and Benefits Survey
The 2019 KSAE Compensation and Benefits Survey was done in conjunction with a group of state societies of association executives with support from Whorton Marketing & Research.
893 associations across the U.S. participated in this year’s survey, including members and non-members of 30 SAEs. Participation included 9 South, 7 Northeast, 10 Midwest, and 4 West states.
The KSAE report features its own data, state-wide.
The national study compares compensation across states for 39 positions.
Both the Kansas and full national reports present detailed compensation overall by budget and staff ranges, geographic scope and membership structure.
WORKPLACE ETIQUETTE AND BOUNDARIES
Kristina Dietrick, PHR, SHRM-CP
Thursday , July 11, 2019
Lunch at 11:30, Presentation Noon-1:00pmKansas Grain and Feed Association, 816 SW Tyler St # 100, Topeka
Join KSAE for an interactive discussion on workplace etiquette covering topics such as:
*As a CAE Approved Provider educational program related to the CAE exam content outline, this program may be applied for 1.0 credits toward your CAE application or renewal professional development requirements.
Kristina Dietrick has over 25 years of experience in Human Resources, and prior to acquiring HR Partners, she held several executive-level Human Resources positions in the agricultural, behavioral health and health care industries. At HR Partners, Kristina provides Human Resources support and solutions to a variety of businesses, professions and organizations throughout the Midwest and is often invited to address large corporate conventions on Human Resources issues throughout the United States. Kristina received her Bachelor of Arts from Washburn University and holds the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) designation. Kristina also holds the Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) designation.
USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO ENGAGE YOUR MEMBERS
Tuesday, July 23, 2019
Lunch at 11:30, Presentation Noon-1:00pm
Kansas Optometric Association, 1266 SW Topeka Blvd, Topeka
Online, mobile and social media networks have made it easier for associations to reach their members wherever they are. These platforms spit out data and analytics that can fuel your marketing efforts and boost member engagement — but only if you plan properly and know what to look for. During this session learn about the latest trends in digital marketing and outline best practices for using data and analytics to measure success.
Meghan Shreve serves as InterHab's Director of Education and Communications, managing messaging internally with InterHab members and externally with the public as well as organizing and promoting InterHab's education and training program. She joined us most recently from Payless ShoeSource, and has a history in nonprofit communications work in Kansas with the Red Cross, Independence, Inc., and the March of Dimes. She received her degree in Communication Studies from the University of Kansas in 2006 and is a lifelong Jayhawk fan. When she isn't working, she enjoys spending time with her eight-year-old daughter, Maci, and her husband, Brandon.
VISIONING FOR THE FUTUREDenise Cyzman
Tuesday, August 6, 2019
Lunch at 11:30, Presentation Noon-1:00pmKansas Bankers Association, 610 SW Corporate View, Topeka
The Community Care Network of Kansas, formerly known as the Kansas Association for the Medically Underserved recently completed a re-brand and new strategic plan (simultaneously) as a way for the organization to remain relevant AND help to create its own future. Hear from Denise Cyzman, Chief Executive Officer, about those two processes, how the organization aligned them, and how they position the Community Care Network of Kansas well for the future.