Dirk Lammers delivers association management services, on-point messaging and media-savvy assistance to Cetera Services’ clients. Dirk is a veteran journalist, author and entrepreneur with drive and a commitment to accomplishment.
The American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) has announced that Angela Lammers, Managing Partner of Cetera Services LLC in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, has earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation.
The not-exactly-as-planned Zip Feed Mill demolition 15 years ago provides some insight into Sioux Falls’ history and future.
Cetera Services Managing Partner Angela Lammers is featured as a communication subject matter expert in the July/August edition of PE Magazine, the flagship publication of the National Society of Professional Engineers. In the article written by Banner Associates Inc. Human Resources Director Sarah Meusburger, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Angela shares four of the most impactful ways to…
Cetera Services Managing Partner Angela Lammers is featured as the Associations North “Spotlight: Member in Motion” in the May-June 2020 edition of Focus North magazine.
I was working in the Sioux Falls bureau of Associated Press on May 24, 2006, when I took an early-afternoon call from an editor in our Washington, D.C. bureau. “We’re running a national story about school bus pollution,” the editor said, “and we need a photo of a school bus.”
The term “crisis management” carries a reactive aura, but companies and organizations that best respond to unexpected emergencies are ones that anticipate some form of the unexpected.
The other day, as I was researching some 1920s Newspapers.com clippings for an upcoming book I’m writing, I decided to take a break and dig up some of the first stories I penned for daily newspapers in the early 1990s.
I’m not a fan of the term “content.” It’s cold and sterile and seemingly sucks the life out of any collection of words and sentences. Let’s drop the phrase “creating content” and replace it with “crafting stories.”
if you can’t definitively and specifically answer the question of “Why?” you need a website, then it’s probably to take a step back and think about strategy.