Ethical Dilemmas Abound: Input Sought

Joan Eisenstodt
May 12, 2012
If you knew someone were terminally ill and needed both the health insurance and salary from the job they still held, would you, ethically, tell the person's employer that the person were not returning to work? To whom do your loyalities belong - the employer or the person?&nbsp;If someone violates a professional code of ethics that carry with them a penalty for violation, would you report them? If it weren't a "life and death" matter? If their former employer would not report them?<br /> "Ethical Dilemmas Abound" and input is needed to help resolve a muddled head (and heart). Join the discussion.<br />

Bags, Bottles and Books

Archived Posts
May 10, 2012
Instead of thinking you are greening your meeting by choosing bags or bottles made of recycled material, take a hard look at whether or not you need to provide these items in the first place. Do they contribute to the goals and objectives of the event?

Ethical negotiations - is it an oxymoron?

Joan Eisenstodt
April 22, 2012
Are we  an industry of those who don't know how the "other" party makes money? an industry that often (always?) holds something back for later so there is what some assume is "leverage" to make the deal sweeter? Do we negotiate ethically all the time?

Three Ideas for Offbeat Group Fun in NorCal

Zachary Chouteau
April 20, 2012
<span style="font-family: times new roman; color: #000000; font-size: 16px;">Just three quick suggestions for 'outside the box' group outings...</span>

Baby Boomers and Social Media

Archived Posts
April 16, 2012
The statistics are constantly changing about which demographics are growing on which social networks. What doesn’t change, and what is harder to measure, is the possibility of personality having more to do with social network adoption than age.

Your meeting RFP, and simple tips to get hotels to stand up and take notice (part 2 of 3)

Archived Posts
April 6, 2012
<span style="font-size: 16px; ;">Setting expectations with your hotels specifically about the decision process for your meeting and following through with it will have an immediate impact (positive) on your meeting RFP credibility</span>

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