When you are clear about why your group needs to meet and what you want to accomplish together, engagement is natural. Sadly, many meetings lack this clarity. The good news: Every meeting can be as focused, compelling and engaging as the high-stakes meetings listed above when you follow these five steps.
Taking weather for chance during your event is risky. Having accurate, real-time lightning weather information is critical to ensure attendee safety and event success.
Last week saw headlines about the destruction and flooding due to Hurricane Harvey in Texas and the monsoons in Mumbai. These events are an important reminder for event planners that disaster can strike anywhere and at any time.
These five tips will put you on the path to delivering a rock solid, controlled and insightful financial presentation to execs.
Tips for providing on site staff/volunteer orientation
The No. 1 problem meeting planners have today is getting hoteliers to respond to their requests for proposal (RFPs).
In order to plan an effective meeting, you need to understand why it’s happening and what would make it successful. That’s where your meeting stakeholders come in.
How much of the time is an assignment or task truly needed as soon as possible? Think about it …
Savvy planners know that scheduling a pre-con is in everyone’s best interest and, if run correctly, can make or break their success.
If you don’t do one, you should. Here’s why.
When traveling abroad, the language changes even when English is spoken, but the real humdinger is making metric conversions.
At a minimum, communication is a two-way street between the speaker and the recipient.