Meditation is a powerful tool for increasing focus and reducing stress, but who has time to sit on a cushion at work? Leah Weiss teaches business students and organizations the skills to bring mindfulness into the fray of the workplace.
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Why You Should Give Attendees a Little Time to Reflect
Do you give your attendees time to reflect on what they have learned at your events? It’s a practice that can — combined with sharing with others — has been shown to boost learning by 25 percent.
2018 Salary Survey: You Work Hard for the Money
Nearly three-quarters of event organizers received a raise over the past year — and their average increase of nearly 7 percent is more than twice the average for North American workers across all industries.
Paying Her Dues, Building Her Toolbox, and Climbing the Ladder
Lanette Myers, CMP, the executive director of catering, conventions and events at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, weighs in on the demands and rewards of working in F&B.
Columbia Law Review’s Symposium 2018: A First Amendment For All?
The symposium explored ways to improve the application of the First Amendment in modern America — a highly relevant topic in today’s political climate.
Meeting in the Midlands
The Bard’s birthplace sets the stage as we explore meeting, entertainment, and hospitality venues In England’s historic Midlands region.
What is Mindful Meditation (And How Do You Do It)?
An attitude of non-judgement is key, according to mindfulness expert Leah Weiss.
How to Elevate the Customer Experience
“Why She Buys” author and CEO of a consulting and sales training firm focused on women consumers, Bridget Brennan says successful organizations are adept at powering human connections with the convenience technology provides — and that goes for live events.
Here’s What Moved These Community-Minded Meeting Profs to Take Action
When the three PCMA Community Advocate of the Year finalists saw a wrong they could make right, they didn’t hesitate to take action.
How To Market to Global Audiences
Looking to grow your event by attracting delegates outside of the U.S.? You’ll need to brush up on the different digital platforms used in specific regions.