There are many reasons people need office space at home these days. In every case that means being professional and serious about your surroundings.
True leisure — when you get to enjoy rewarding activities free from work and preoccupation with work — is vital.
If you’re like most planners, this isn’t only a scary topic but a necessary discussion that takes us into unknown territory.
As meeting planners, we order the food for our attendees, so we must be conscious of what we’re serving during our watch.
It’s official. You’ve just landed a great gig as a meeting planner. Your first. Congratulations. You’re going to learn a lot …
Adroitly handling personal matters frees you up to be more effective on the job.
Traveling can refresh the mind, recharge the soul and open up our creative energies.
The Four Seasons Westlake Village, near Malibu, recently opened what it calls The Ranch 4.0 as a meeting destination for groups of less than 20 and corporate takeovers.
New York City’s High Line Hotel, which has more than 8,000 square feet of meeting space, is partnering with Shinola to give guests complimentary access to bicycles and helmets.
The Portola Hotel & Spa at Monterey Bay in California has introduced a full 1 gigabit (Gbps) Internet connection to support meetings and events.
The Grand Hyatt San Francisco and the Westin St. Francis are partnering to attract medium-sized groups.