Tips for Entrepreneurs Who Can’t Slow Down By Julie Bee

Dialing back is one of the hardest things for entrepreneurs to do, because for many of us, it feels like failure. I feel the opposite is true. An intentional pause can save your business. In other words, say no … for now.

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As we move into recovery, leaders will have to deploy a whole new mindset and a whole new skill set. By Ed Hess

Edward D. Hess is a professor of business administration, Batten Fellow and Batten Executive-in-Residence at the Darden School of Business, and the author of “Hyper-Learning: How to Adapt to the Speed of Change.” He spent 20 years in the business world as a senior executive and has spent the last 18 years in academia. He […]

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Keep Innovating and Come Out Ahead After a Crisis By Scott Steinberg

So much for “status quo.” As a rash of recent coronavirus-related concerns and subsequent rise of market uncertainty reminds, there are no more static or predictable patterns in today’s workplace…

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Attendees Build Relationships by Working With Each Other By Smriti Bansal

Attendees Build Relationships by Working With Each Other…

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Volunteering Leads to the Trip of a Lifetime By Joe Margraf

There’s always that one special meeting or event that stands out from the hundreds of others planners have worked on over their career. It is even more special when a planner can tie in a favorite volunteer organization.

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Make a Jump! Take a Risk! Be a Game-changer! By Monica N. Simons, CMP

It’s becoming increasingly important to organizations that they hire planners whose work and personal brand can elevate their image.

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