Companies are struggling to find and keep talent in this highly competitive marketplace. For younger employees, the value proposition is different and they are looking for culture and purpose. Learn three ways to stand out among other companies as you recruit for talent.Learning Objectives:
As we enter the pandemic recovery phase, we do so in a new reality. For years, planners and suppliers have enjoyed relationships built on mutual respect and experience. In the new reality, many of our partners have left the hospitality world and will not return. How long will it take before we again are assured that planners and suppliers are working on a level playing field?Learning Objective:
Properly constructed incentive programs can increase performance, drive desired results and help with top talent retention. Find out how to get started and what you need to know in order to approach your stakeholders about implementing an incentive program.
Providing an inclusive meal experience for all attendees often falls to the bottom of our ever-growing to-do list. Ensuring that attendees have nourishing food to eat, and making sure they are aware of such before arriving, drastically improves their on-site experience. Join Lindsay Plath, CMP, Education & Events Manager, AMR Management Services, as she shares tips to improve your meeting's meal experience.
In five minutes, Kathryne invites the viewer to participate in five different ways of experiencing gratitude.Learning Objectives:
We all talk about sustainability in the meetings and events space, but what does that really mean in action and how can you actually measure the savings to make sure you are reporting the data to leadership.Learning Objectives:
Vegan (and vegetarian!) options on menus are becoming more common, but do you know what to serve your attendees beyond a veggie burger and steamed vegetables? Is the best option you get from your venue's chef continuously "Pasta with seasonal vegetables?" Learn some of the basics on how and why to move towards a more plant-focused menu without losing any of the flavor.Learning Objectives:
The events space continues to work toward restoring something resembling normal, while working through the challenges presented by the lack of clear guidance from many local, regional and national health departments. With the introduction of MonkeyPox and the rise of new COVID variants, how can meeting professionals grasp the ever-changing state mandates and various country entry requirements? How can meeting and incentive planners ensure safe in-person events for their attendees? What is their "duty of care" and liability to their clients and attendees?HealthLearning Objectives:
Our thoughts is how we create our world. The thought tool that I would like to practice with you, helps us go from thinking one thought to thinking a completely new thought and belief. This is how we shift our beliefs and achieve our goals. I will show you how to work with any disempowering belief that you have.
Virtual and Hybrid events can be daunting, but not with these event hacks!
In this first session, we'll dive into speakers.
In the next five minutes, you'll learn how to ensure a high-quality session and turn your speakers into money-generating advocates for your event.