Attract the Right Attendees, Regardless of Format By

The very idea that it can be exhausting to sit in front of a screen all day sounds strange — but it’s real.

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Five Ways Leaders Can Practice Responsible Generosity By

Especially in a time of so much need, almost everyone feels the pull of generosity. But at the same time, we can’t help but worry that our generosity isn’t really helping the person in the long run.

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Diversity CheckMarch 17, 2023
Don’t Let a Shaky Economy Derail Your DEI Efforts By

If your company’s focus on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) seems to be running out of steam, you’re not alone.

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Mind GamesMarch 17, 2023
Leaders, Are Your Private Thoughts Sabotaging Your Team? By

Michael E. Frisina, PhD, has authored more than 50 papers and published articles on leadership and organizational effectiveness. He is a contributing author to the Borden Institute’s highly acclaimed textbook series on military medicine. He is a visiting scholar at the Hastings Center in New York, a visiting fellow in medical humanities at the Medical College […]

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Embrace EquityMarch 17, 2023
For Women’s History Month, Advice From Women Mentors By

Why should the newest generation of emerging leaders enter their careers with little to no tribal knowledge of what it means to struggle, succeed, and lead as a woman?

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Make It WorthwhileJanuary 23, 2023
There Are Several Factors to Consider to Enhance Event ROI By

In the association world, ensuring an event or meeting is successful is paramount to the organization’s bottom line. In fact, focusing on event return on investment (ROI) is critical for association planners because events are often an association’s biggest marketing tactic — helping to engage members, grow their membership, increase renewals and so much more.

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Embracing DifferencesJanuary 23, 2023
Organizations Lose When Employees Are ‘Othered‘ By

If you’re involved in DEI work, you are all too familiar with othering. For far too long, certain groups have been — however unintentionally — excluded from the dominant culture at work. When one is not part of the “in group,” they miss out on opportunities — and the company misses out on their gifts and perspectives. Othering is destructive for everyone.

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Be ReadyJanuary 23, 2023
Venues That Can Meet Planners’ Needs Will Have the Upper Hand By

We have pulled together nine trends directly shared from event planners to ensure your hotel is best positioned to capture the event demand this coming year.

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Consider Employees With Chronic Illnesses By

Change is not always easy, but if you can approach company travel policies from an employee-first mindset, you can truly create an inclusive culture that cares about its people.

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Event BoostersNovember 7, 2022
Small, but Impactful Ways to Take Your Next Meeting From Good to Great By

What makes a successful meeting? Creating a memorable and enjoyable experience for your attendees.

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