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CAE Exam Study Guide & Practice Questions for the Association Executive 2015 : Building Your CAE Exam

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The new 2010 CAE exam objectives which are still current include:DOMAIN 1: ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT DOMAIN 2: LEADERSHIP DOMAIN 3: ADMINISTRATION DOMAIN 4: KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH DOMAIN 5: GOVERNANCE AND STRUCTURE DOMAIN 6: PUBLIC POLICY, GOVERNMENT RELATIONS, AND COALITION BUILDING DOMAIN 7: MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT DOMAIN 8: PROGRAMS, PRODUCTS, AND SERVICES DOMAIN 9: MARKETING, PUBLIC RELATIONS, AND COMMUNICATIONSSome questions are quite subjective. You want to be very careful with those concerning governance, management and leadership.The chief staff executive (CSE) is a paid position which requires one to play a vital role in minimizing the risks and obstacles involved in running an association. When you answer the exam questions you take the point of view of a CSE unless otherwise specified. An association executive has to provide guidance and leadership to the board of directors. He/she has to implement decisions made by the board and oversee the “day to day” operations within the parameters established by the board of directors. He/she must follow the guidelines of all federal & state laws, community documents and board direction, and must a successful and long-lasting working relationship with the board and other members of the association.When several of the following concerns are taking place and are possibly conflicting with the others, the order of priority is ALWAYS as follow: Legal - it deals with the laws and would require immediate and right to the point action Ethical - it often deals with the ethical guidelines of the association, there could be grey areaRelational - one's relationships with the others Procedural - established policies Legal concern would be the most important because it can introduce liability to your association and to yourself. The Sarbanes–Oxley Act of 2002 (commonly called SOX or SarBox) is a United States federal law passed in response to a number of major corporate and accounting scandals. With this act, management can go to jail if improper care was taken along the course of managing and monitoring the organization. Therefore, anything unlawful being done you must stop it directly and instantly. You are the chief hired person so you have the knowledge and power to act decisively without the need to seek input from somebody else. Know the ASAE code of ethics. Download the latest version from the ASAE web site. You need to be able to tell what is right and what is wrong.
Edition: Large Print
Number of Pages: 233
Genre: Study Guides
Sub-Genre: Study Guides
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
Language: English
Street Date: December 13, 2014
TCIN: 17335679
UPC: 9781505506716
Item Number (DPCI): 247-45-6454
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