Human Resources

People on the Move

Your colleagues are on the move, find out who is going where. PCMA People on the Move - June 26 2018

People on the Move

Your colleagues are on the move, find out who is going where. PCMA People on the Move - June 18 2018

PCMA Convene Quiz: Are you a “workaholic”?

Studies have suggested about 10 percent of the average population are workaholics. Depending on the context, the term "workaholic" can have many connotations. While some proudly identify as being a workaholic and equate the designation with a solid work ethic, others may view the term negatively as it may indicate prioritizing work above all else. Take this quick quiz to see which camp you fall into and learn why both sides may be right.

PCMA Voices

Stuart Ruff-Lyon, CMP, DES, vice president of events and education at Risk Management Society, shares how a hard lesson about inclusion spurred change.

2018 PCMA Education Conference: Embrace the Shake Collaborative Art Experience

Phil Hansen provides a hands-on experience that brings the audience together to create a stunning and unexpected work of art. This fun, engaging and collaborative project furthers the experience of embracing challenges through teamwork and demonstrates the power of how our individual roles make up the whole.

Appearing Today: Peter Sheahan

Don't be afraid of disruption. Embrace it. In Tuesday's main stage opening session, Peter Sheahan will help event organizers make a mindset shift to take intelligent risks.

Battling Bias

Attorney Paulette Brown is a pioneer in training professionals to recognize implicit bias, and working to make sure that everyone has a seat at the table.

Beyond Professionalism: Channeling Vulnerability

Vulnerability often has a negative connotation. This session will explore the different shapes vulnerability can take and will provide ways that employees and managers alike can create environments where people can bring their whole selves to work.

Business School: The Power of Influence in Negotiating

The goal of this program is to get you to think about negotiating differently, improving your negotiating skills by using the three Cs: convince, collaborate and create. This highly interactive program is designed to teach you how to apply these skills to everyday dealings both internally and externally.