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Those of us looking to inspire and motivate different generations must learn to communicate with them in vastly different ways than with those who have come before.

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The unwillingness to disconnect, decompress and destress will likely become a major health issue if we fail to react.

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How to Navigate Security, Contracts and Other Challenges By

The keys are a good contract with talent that complements your program — and plenty of preparation!

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Planners owe a duty of care to attendees to disclose information on risks in traveling to a destination.

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Meeting planners have multiple Wi-Fi infrastructure options to ensure uninterrupted, long-range coverage accessible to every attendee.

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Planning meetings abroad requires more time, more contract follow-up, and more onsite and destination support services.

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No matter how counterintuitive it may seem, leveraging human emotion really is good for business.

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MPI’s president and CEO reflects on a range of topics from meeting planner certifications and budgets to politics and terrorism.

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Industry leaders remember Michael J. Hurwitz, CITE, the founder and chairman of United Incentives and a former president of SITE, who died April 14, 2016.

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Planner Alert!April 1, 2016
Making the Shift to Strategic Meetings Management By

Many thought the Strategic Meetings Management initiative was a knee-jerk reaction to the recession, but it is here to stay.

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