Attracting Generation X – The Forgotten Generation of Meeting Attendees

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Originally featured on Corporate Meetings Network. While Generation X makes up less of the workforce than Baby Boomers, and now Millennials, they still make up a considerable portion of your meeting attendees and organization/association demographic. We tend to hear less about this demographic and therefore plan less around them but …

Women In Leadership Series | Part 3: Leah MacNab

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If decisive action is taken to showcase the power and influence of women in positions of leadership, the female leaders of tomorrow will be inspired and empowered to continue to shatter the glass ceiling. We must revive the conversation to ensure that progress towards gender parity in the workplace continues …

Women In Leadership Series | Part 2: Vicki Bradley

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Innovation stems from collaboration and the sharing of unique ideas and perspectives. In order to revolutionize the state of the male-dominated executive landscape, women must be committed to learning, growing and challenging each other. We must invest in the next generation of female leaders by providing them with resources, tools …

Mentorship: A Mutually Beneficial Partnership

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For emerging professionals, the modern corporate landscape is a challenging and unknown territory, muddled with obstacles and setbacks. Having a coach to guide you through this maze of challenges can be extremely valuable, especially in the outset of your career. Nevertheless, mentorship must not be interpreted as an experience that …

Four Ways to Promote Your Event Planning Expertise in a Tight Economy

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In the post-recession economy, cost consciousness is king. Not surprisingly, the trend towards financial prudence has not spared the corporate events industry. In fact, event staff and costs are often the first to be sacrificed on the altar of “corporate austerity.” As a result, the need to justify specialized event …