Building buy-in and more importantly, meeting the expectations of your stakeholders is an extremely delicate balancing act.
Delivering meetings that engage employees doesn’t have to be difficult. Here are six ideas for effective all-hands meetings designed to engage your employees.
Improve your meeting outcomes with this deep dive into the psychological research surrounding well-being in the workplace and meeting efficiency.
There’s a good reason why conflict and collaboration go hand in hand. Always agreeing might be your default when you lack confidence in your idea and want to save face, however, it functions more as a one-way street to boring town. Positive conflict can be a productive way to prod your team to discover innovative […]
Periods of uncertainty also create anxiety for employees. In the corporate world, town halls and executive briefings to address employee concerns directly are far more likely to be beneficial than comfort animals. Corporate event planners can play a vital role in organizing these interactive meetings.
How do you tame that beast called chaos? It’s not so much about doing as it is about communicating.
Pair a plan to a goal, and you have a S.M.A.R.T goal. That’s no ordinary goal, and it’s virtually bulletproof, if you do the work.
Identifying your true goal is the first step to success. Doing that is sometimes more challenging than we think.
Strategic planning is a tool. Make sure it’s something you can live with, not something you’ll avoid.
One of my favorite quotes from Harvey Mackay is, “If you don’t have a destination, you’ll never get there.” How true this is for our client’s events
There are some simple steps that will make any meeting — whether it’s a weekly staff meeting or an annual convention — more effective. Some will make you say “duh” and others “doh!” But they’re worth repeating, reinforcing and passing on to your friends.