At the PYM LIVE Atlanta Event at Retreat of Dunwoody, Dr. James Hogg spoke about “Emergent Technologies for Meeting Professionals.” His goal was to blow our minds, and he did. We have received an avalanche of requests from attendees and those unable to attend to share the educational content, so here are some audio of […]
The term “blog” is short for “Web log,” a Web site that contains commentary on various subjects. Blogging is an interactive way for planners to keep in touch with coworkers, clients and event attendees. However, most people tend to give up on blogs because the format is unfamiliar and a lack of traffic. Here are […]
By Bob Littell
No one plans, organizes and executes a meeting in a vacuum; it takes collaboration and cooperation. The stronger the relationships, the smoother things will go — and the better the end product will be for the client or for your company if you’re an inside corporate planner.
Networking is an important aspect of meeting planning, and focuses on your own and/or your company’s needs. “NetWeaving” is a concept that adds another dimension; it seeks to help the other person first, emphasizing the belief that “what goes around, comes back around.”