CEO Strategies

CEO & Volunteer Leader Workshop with Bob Harris, CAE

Thursday, May 3, 2018
10:30 am - 5:00 pm

Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol
701 East 11th Street, Austin, TX (map)

$125 Member & Volunteer; $175 Non-member & Volunteer; $55 each additional volunteer
Includes brunch, reception, and educational program with 4.5 CAE hours.


Trouble registering online? Call 512-444-1974. 

Room Block

Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol
701 East 11th Street, Austin, TX (map)
Phone: 512-478-1111
Room rate: $199 +taxes
Reserve room 


9:30 am: Private Consultations with Bob Harris (early registration giveaway)
10:30 am: Registration Opens/Brunch  
11:30 am: Program Begins
4:00 pm: Program Ends/Reception Begins
5:00 pm: Reception Ends

About the Program

A strong working relationship between the Elected Leader and the CEO is crucial for the success of any association. This workshop gives you and your volunteer leader(s) the chance to begin to explore your annual priorities and determine how to effectively work together.

Gain insight on best practices in association management, learn how to create a culture of trust, and develop an understanding of the roles, responsibilities and relationships in association governance.

By attending this session with your elected leader, you will be setting up the foundation of your working partnership in order to set goals, have an effective board, and enjoy a successful year.

This workshop will provide foundational information that includes:

  • Ready for 2020; Relevant in 2025?
  • Future of Associations – What’s it Look Like & Transformations
  • Performance Excellence: How to Measure Success, Benchmarking and Dashboards
  • Best Practices for Board Meetings and Retreats 
  • Board Roles and Responsibilities
  • Effectively Working with Committees and Volunteers
  • Developing a Strategic Direction

With the right preparation now, you and your chief elected officer can have one of you most productive and effective years.

About the Speaker

Bob Harris has more than 30 years of experience with associations, chambers of commerce and other nonprofits. His sessions are interactive, focused on core-knowledge and realistic organizational capacity. He utilizes case studies, trends and headlines for board orientation, training, strategic planning, staff training and consulting. For resources, please connect to


Exclusively Sponsored by

Forth Worth CVB


TSAE is a CAE Approved Provider. Every program that we offer which qualifies for CAE credit will clearly identify the number of CAE credits granted for full participation, and we will maintain records of your participation in accord with CAE policies.