Will Industry Associations Survive?

Joan Eisenstodt
June 18, 2015
I've been an advocate for joining and being active in industry associations, believing strongly they were where we'd learn the most from sessions and by example … Now I'm not so sure.

Creating Options for Learning Meetings

Joan Eisenstodt
June 4, 2015
In part two of my education series, I’ve written about content and delivery, as well as scheduling and timing. And this is all adaptable to your own meetings.

Industry Education: 1 of 3 Steps to Improvement

Joan Eisenstodt
March 9, 2015
Finding ways to change how industry education is designed and delivered is a great desire of many professionals.

5 Tips to Safer Outdoor Events

Joan Eisenstodt
July 10, 2014
These five tips will help ensure a good time is had by all AND that attendees will be safe at an outdoor event.

3 Ways to Make Meetings Marketing Relevant with 1 Bad Example

Joan Eisenstodt
June 24, 2014
For years, I’ve been fascinated by photos and copy in print and electronic marketing; by the photos used by hotels, DMOs (aka CVBs) and other industry vendors on their websites and in marketing pieces; by the copy in emails received to market a service or facility.

International Hospitality Ethics: If everyone is playing the game...

Joan Eisenstodt
November 8, 2013
A few years ago at an ethics seminar I facilitated, international students from a nearby college asked to meet with me after the session to discuss what they could do when business was done by bribes. I had no easy answer. How could I tell someone to choose what I believed was the ethical course when it would mean not having any business?

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