Usually I write my monthly morsel about an experience after it happens. Today I am writing it at the beginning of an event. A client of mine hired me to do an event in the Washington, D.C.-National Harbor, Md., area. The event instructions were simple: casual get-together with beer and wine for 150 to 200 guests. The […]
What you wear says more about you than almost anything else.
The No. 1 thing that has to change is … us. Here are 12 action items that you can start (or stop) doing today that will make a huge difference.
Sheila Campbell, co-author of “Retreats That Work,” will be leading a four-day workshop on creative facilitation in Washington, D.C., from Feb. 21-24. Participants will learn facilitation exercises for a variety of meetings and off-site events, methods for maximizing meeting design and results, and earn a certificate in creative facilitation. For more information, visit the Retreats […]
I had a major corporation ask me to participate in an RFP for a 10,000+ person annual event. Most people would have been overwhelmed by this daunting task, but for some reason I wasn’t. I thought it was a wonderful opportunity to dig deep within and show this company what I had to say about […]
As many of you know, I spent 10 days in October working in Vegas for four different clients. Suppliers in this town say they haven’t recovered from the recession. If you’re like me, you’d expect them to be flexible and accommodating so they leave a positive impression that encourages business, right? Nope. Here are some […]