Here's how meeting planners can use laughter, mindfulness and edutainment to build more attendee loyalty and interaction at events.
Burning Man is arguably one of the most experiential events put on in the world—and planners should take note of why it gets such a big hype.
In a soon-to-be-released joint survey of 708 women by Prevue Meetings & Incentives and the Society for Incentive Travel Excellence (SITE), respondents confirmed: The glass ceiling is alive and well in the meetings industry.
For Type A meeting planners who are choking under pressure or are afraid to make mistakes, you might be interested to know that there’s a name for that.
The Incentive Research Foundation's findings on the fields of behavior economics and neuroscience offer insight into how certain incentive programs work.
Attendees anticipate pre-event data seeking by event organizers, but may not provide accurate information out of fear of discrimination.
Good leaders work to build trust among their employees—but it’s a feeling that can’t be initiated overnight.
Sophrology combines yoga, Tibetan Buddhism, Japanese Zen, hypnosis, psychology and neurology with a more dynamic approach to stress relief.
The psychology behind group identity reveals a very interesting take on group behavior.
In recent years, hundreds of cryptocurrency startups have created their own digital coins looking to get a piece of the virtual finance pie, but will it realistically affect the meetings market anytime soon?
Tristan Harris, a former Google “design ethicist” who recently co-founded the Center for Humane Technology, is shaking up society’s tech obsession.
Did you ever stop to think about how different languages create different perceptions or cultural biases at meetings?
“It’s a new dawn; It’s a new day; It’s a new life…” And we’re feeling good. Check out Prevue Magazine's first issue of 2018.
When American film director John Waters took the stage last year at the Rhode Island School of Design to give what should have been the usual “go get ‘em” commencement speech, the crowd grew quiet with the wrong kind of anticipation.
There’s an ancient parable about a wise farmer who went through different trials and tribulations with the same response: “Good or bad? Hard to say.”
As a meeting planner, have you ever asked yourself if talking amongst attendees helps or hinders collective decision-making?
Ideas for integrating the principles of feng shui in meeting room design from MeetWell speaker Debra Duneier of Eco Chi
When you are taken care of as a participant, your ability to make connections to other humans, and to the learning you are experience is stronger.
Meeting planners too often lose themselves in their work, especially before a big event. And lose their professional and personal "hum" in the process.
Some are fearful AI will take over human jobs, while others are embracing the technology at an unprecedented rate.