A Reputation for Great Speakers 02.02.2017

By Brian Palmer, CMM Competition for the time and attention of business people is fierce. Association executives more aggressively scrutinize how time and resources are being used. They desire tangible proof that their organization’s events are creating a positive impact on their members and membership. With the constantly… Keep Reading…

Event Sponsorship Built on Attendee Mattering 01.23.2017

Sarah Michel of Velvet Chainsaw Consulting helps individuals, associations and organizations strengthen their connections and communicate their value to anyone, anywhere, anytime. Her team has written an e-book on event sponsorship titled: “Sponsorship Mattering: From Logos & Noise to Emotional Experiences.” Below is a chapter we would like to share with… Keep Reading…

Your Crockpot and Your Meeting Are Vulnerable to Cyber Attack 12.28.2016

By Scott Klososky Imagine hundreds of thousands of connected devices, including ordinary products (such as routers, DVRs, webcams, security cameras, and even smart kitchen gadgets) working in concert to assault a specific and high profile target. Remember that day in late October when weird things happened when you… Keep Reading…

How to Disrupt a Meeting 09.21.2016

Mike Walsh is the CEO of Tomorrow, a global consultancy on designing companies for the 21st century. He advises leaders on how to thrive in the current era of disruptive technological change. Mike’s bestselling books include Futuretainment and The Dictionary of Dangerous Ideas. He hosts the weekly podcast,… Keep Reading…

7 Hacks to Make Your Conference Unforgettable 09.21.2016

Robert Richman is a culture strategist and was the co-creator of Zappos Insights, an innovative program focused on educating companies on the secrets behind Zappos’ amazing employee culture. Robert built Zappos Insights from a small website to a thriving multi-million dollar business teaching over 25,000 people per year…. Keep Reading…

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