Meeting and event professionals can no longer wholly rely on satisfaction measurements to justify spend, and as they seek to determine the true business value that their meetings drive, they are finding the added benefit of heightened roles within their organizations.
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.
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 […]
Follow-up is one of the most important aspects of event design, but it’s also the most neglected areas of corporate event planning. Here are 11 steps you can take to achieve measurable ROI.
The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) has created four European committees to examine and improve the areas of aviation, hotels, meetings and technology. The committees, forming now, comprise GBTA members wanting to improve levels of competence through the creation of toolkits, RFPs, white papers, templates, webinars and educational content. Leading the committees: Meetings: Chaired by Izania […]
Everyone knows the model is outdated but that fixing it is complicated.