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Going Beyond a Green Event: How to Make Sustainability a Priority

Going Beyond a Green Event: How to Make Sustainability a Priority

Demonstrating sustainability at your events sends an important message to your stakeholders. But how can you have more of an impact on the industries and professions you serve?
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Some Board Meetings Return in Person, but Uncertainty Persists

A recent Bloomberg article about how venture capitalists are navigating the COVID environment made clear the lack of uniformity about the return to in-person board meetings — and lack of protocol around acceptable greetings.
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Dan Levy’s Serious Side

A peek at what the Convening Leaders 2022 audience has in store when the Emmy Award-winning writer, actor, director, and producer and LGBTQIA+ activist takes the stage in January.
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Essence Festival 2021

How Essence Prioritized Both the Digital and In-Person Experience at the Essence Festival

The publisher employed several strategies to keep participants at the 2021 Essence Festival in New Orleans safe and invested in an upgraded digital experience.
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Convening Leaders 2022 Speaker Mateo Salvatto: ‘Imagine What Any of Us Can Do’

Meet the 22-year-old entrepreneur, author, and innovator whose free app Háblalo has started a global conversation about inclusion.
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Working From Home: It’s Complicated

Remote workers historically have worked longer hours and gotten less recognition than their office-based colleagues. It doesn’t have to be that way, says an expert on organizational behavior.