Are there any questions? Q&A at the end?

Joan Eisenstodt
April 25, 2013
How do your audiences engage or not? In what ways are attendees taught to change their thinking and actions when they are used to <em>Q&amp;A at the end </em>and become <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">participants</span></strong> v. attendees? Does Q&amp;A have to be at the end or can discussion happen throughout? How do we change learning at meetings?

Special Edition: Risk Deja Vu

Joan Eisenstodt
April 16, 2013
Each time a tragedy strikes, we say we will do more to protect people.&nbsp;A story read today,&nbsp;where it is said we are in a 'new normal', has been written before. Our industry puts in place some plans for evacuation, for sheltering in place, for protecting people and property. Meeting planners and their employing or contracted organizations plan for "paper cuts" and believe they don't have the money or time to prepare for catastrophes. <br /> <br /> Or will it be deja vu all over again and again and again?

What fuels you?

Joan Eisenstodt
April 8, 2013
Inspired by the April 7 New York Times Magazine about food and drink, I wondered what fuels meeting planners and others when they are on business travel? in the final days before a meeting or convention begins? on-site? from room service? after a meeting?<br /> <br /> My preferences are included and links to some of the great stories in the Magazine. They'll inspire you too to do more with food and beverage for meetings, for your own nutrition ("fuel") and for facilities.


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