Risk Management

Weather or NotJuly 6, 2023
When Mother Nature Shows Up Unexpectedly at Your Meeting or Event By Shannon Copeland

Changing weather patterns require meeting planners to become more proactive about planning for severe weather or be faced with costly consequences.

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Crisis CommunicationsMarch 28, 2022
Rules Leaders Should Follow in Times of Crisis By Diana Hendel and Mark Goulston

When a crisis or major disruption hits your organization, the effects on employees can be truly dire.

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Survival SkillsSeptember 15, 2021
Is Your Organization Resilient Enough to Manage the Next Disruption? By Diana Hendel and Mark Goulston

The most resilient organizations are those that prepare to deal with traumatic events. Organizations that will stand the test of time are those that put a plan in place to deal with the kinds of disasters that could create traumatic stress in their people and destabilize their culture.

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Tips to Properly Reopen America’s Facilities By Erik Waldman

The meetings industry around the world has undergone tremendous change since the introduction of COVID-19. Public assembly facilities have evolved from places that host large events to alternative uses such as makeshift hospitals, homeless shelters and meal prep assembly lines for tireless health care workers…

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Start by Eliminating as Much Stress as Possible... By Ashlee Mueller

Start by Eliminating as Much Stress as Possible…

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Whether you are meeting in the EU or have EU citizens on your attendance roster at a U.S.-based meeting, the same precautions must be taken to protect personal information or penalties may result.

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Have the Right Emergency Response Plans in Place By Phelps R. Hope

Planners must prepare for a range of threats that vary according to the destination.

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