A few weeks ago we talked about what was involved in trying to achieve a work-life balance. Today we get more specific.
The steps to a good, achievable goal include realistic dreaming, specific actions, a time frame and self-discipline.
A SMART goal is: Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Realistic and Timely. A SMART goal has a built-in plan associated with it, so you can get to work and map your progress from Day 1.
New year, new events, new resolve. Everybody talks about work-life balance, right? But what does it really involve? Master these six components as a meeting planner, and you've got it made.
Unexpected hiccups can have a trickle-down effect on your staff and attendees, so why not avoid them altogether?
Planning meetings outside your home country presents a whole set of different challenges than you’re used to. It's wise to get an early start on learning basic guidelines.
The benefits of a bona-fide midday meal break are something to keep in mind now, as the holidays make our lives more frenetic, and later, when many of us try to establish a healthier path for the new year.