Most companies that host holiday parties don’t capitalize on the opportunity. Here’s how.
You’re the boss. The success or failure of your employees depends on your ability to keep them happy, committed and productive.
Managing production schedules. Selecting the menu. Planning meetings. Flight schedules. Walk-throughs on both sides of the city on the same day. Oh, and family responsibilities. It can be a lot on one person’s plate. But we’re not just one person. We’re meeting planners. And that kind of makes us superheroes. We can do it all. […]
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
During the winter holiday season, giving thanks and sharing our blessings with others becomes a daily practice, but nonprofit organizations rely on charitable donations year-round. That is why meeting and event planners often are called in to help organize fundraising events. Here are four ways you, as a nonprofit event planner, can help elongate the […]
For many meeting planners, the program is all about what happens from the time the attendees enter the convention center for breakfast or first session until the last session or dinner. With so much focus on functionality, event décor can often fall by the wayside. To prevent that from happening, simplify the process with these […]
One of my mentors, Jack Gilmore, CEO of Strategic Events, reminds me to ask this question when planning any event. “so what?” That’s an easy question after you have a brilliant idea or solution, but coming up with the right answer to that question is the key to really successful events. As meeting planners, we […]