Instead of Job Burnout, Try This

Instead of Job Burnout, Try This
Joan Eisenstodt
February 7, 2020
Meeting planning—or as defined by studies as “event coordinator”—has been listed as one of the most high-stress professions. Other jobs in hospitality must suffer a similar level of stress and burnout, such as hotel and venue sales, with constant revenue goals and wrangling contracts, plus evenings entertaining clients; and convention services, because there are too few people working in these positions, which take on the stress of facilitating what salespeople sell. Burnout results in not just the need for time off. It results in a dearth of new ideas because we can’t see, well, the trees for the forest! With that comes meetings that look and feel way too alike. There IS an alternative!

9 Ideas to Innovate Meeting Design and Delivery

9 Ideas to Innovate Meeting Design and Delivery
Joan Eisenstodt
June 2, 2017
Surprise and joy. These are the emotions I have felt when an educational experience, in particular one in a school or meeting setting, was creative and transitioned from the usual straight rows of chairs to a more audience-centric setting and from a lecture to an engaging, interactive experience.

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