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During the holiday season, we are reminded—and invited—to recognize the value and significance of family, friends and coworkers.
Changing your meetings approach and style can greatly impact your attendees, especially if you start to truly believe in the lasting impact of events.
Movement is momentum, momentum is energy, and energy is what you want and need in every meeting or event that you plan.
Check-ins, social media vetting and cybersecurity are a few of the minor things you can do to enhance your "Duty of Care" responsibilities.
The same principles used to create live events should be applied for virtual planners whose responsibility is to plan the AI and virtual reality (VR) aspects of meetings.
We have been playing with our senses since birth, and as planners, we sometimes forget the importance of non-verbal contact.
The fact that my parents took the time to play with me when I was you is the reason that I’m creative and intuitive.
In the space of co-creation or regenerativity, we have lowered our standards and lost a thread of respect that comes with certain situations.
In addition to trends used for meetings and event décor, culture-specific color associations are critical for the planner to understand—and wear.
Invitations and Save the Dates are part of marketing collateral and particularly important if you’re trying to generate interest, attract attention, increase attendance and affirm belief and investment for a complex event.
Are we becoming a visual society, and what affects does this have on our communication with one another and our ability to express ourselves to another human being face to face?
Just like theater, the size, physical environment, flexibility of staging and all the moving parts affect the outcome.