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A Meeting Planner's Guide to Connectivity: Terminology

April 28, 2015

Bring out Wi-Fi, bandwidth and access points. Add in video streaming and hybrid events. Stir gently with attendees, speakers and exhibitors. And voilà you have a recipe for too much, too little or the just the right amount of bandwidth for your meeting.

Why is connectivity so complicated? It…

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Leverage Facebook to Your Business Advantage

April 27, 2015

You are Invited to

An Hour of Power
 

“Leverage Facebook to
Your Business Advantage”

 

This program is FREE
but seating is limited to 12 individuals.

Coffee is included and networking encouraged.

 

Thursday, November 12, 2015 from 8-9 am    

 

Here ar…

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10-Point Checklist to Take a Holiday from Your Party Planning Efforts

April 24, 2015

Do you feel overwhelmed in planning your company's holiday get together? Believe it or not, December is just 3 short weeks away and the parties will be here before you know it. Hopefully, you have figured out where to hold the event and have a rough idea of what is going to happen. However, ther…

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Unleash the Potential of LinkedIn

April 20, 2015

You are Invited to

An Hour of Power
 

“Unleash the Potential of LinkedIn”

 

This program is FREE but
seating is limited to 12 individuals.

Coffee is included and networking encouraged.

 

Thursday, May 21, 2015 from 8-9 am    

 

Here are the 3 takeaways…

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A Staff Appreciation Event That Has Success Written All Over It

April 12, 2015

Keeping your staff members loyal and motivated to perform for your organization’s success requires ongoing encouragement and positive reinforcement. A staff appreciation program can provide the goodwill needed to motivate your staff to go the extra mile. In addition to enhancing your bottom line…

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Is Free Wi-Fi Really FREE? The Ongoing Debate about Access for Meetings and Events

April 9, 2015

 

We are all familiar with this sign. It is everywhere -- at the library, fast food establishments and even rest stops along the highway. While this is great for a traveler or a person who wants to scroll through their emails while enjoying a cup of coffee, how does it translate to a meeting…

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3 Killer Ways to Help Attendees Get the Most Out of a Networking Event

April 7, 2015

Every large meeting and conference has a networking element to it in which attendees either love it or hate it. Most extraverted participants look forward to the networking element, especially if they have come to this event multiple times. However, what about the first-time or intreverted atten…

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What NOT having a Business Card Says about You

April 4, 2015

This week I attended 3 networking functions, with 30 to 50 people at each function. I was amazed at the number of people I met who didn't have business cards. So, I want to tell you (in my opinion), what that says about you, the idiots that didn't have them.

 

  1. You are unprepared. You m…

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How To Stop Workplace Bullies From Winning

March 23, 2015

How many of you have experienced these situations:

  • You are in a meeting and one person constantly interrupts and/or talks over someone else. They are the focus of attention and no one can get a word in edgewise.
  • You are pitching a new idea to the team and your boss tears it apart in fron…

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How Large Hotels can Bring Boutiqueness to Their Brand

March 20, 2015

 

If you have traveled as much as I have, you have stayed in all type of venues - from bed and breakfasts to hotel chains with hundreds of rooms. While each niche has its own benefits, it is fair to say that boutique hotels usually bring a sense of charm and personal touch to the guest experien…

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