With travel restrictions during the pandemic, corporations felt the negative impact of on both business results and company culture and morale. Companies are once again planning reward travel to incent and motivate high-performing teams, but with notable differences. Drawing on the recent SITE Incentive Travel Index research, we’ll look at how choices for destinations and programming are shifting for incentive travel in the near future.
Three years into menopause, Ciara Feely finally started to figure it out. From feeling lost, broken and confused, she'll share her journey to a mindset of empowerment and a fresh perspective on what menopause can teach all of us. Whether you are in it, entering it, over it or want to understand it more, this conversation is for EVERYONE. Join this guided discussion with practical exercises to work through menopause and raise social awareness on a time of life that few speak about, yet everyone experiences in some way.
You never want to miss an opportunity to connect, so in this hands-on session work on understanding, organizing and delivering an elevator pitch. Be prepared, appropriate and timely by having a systematic approach that allows you to be unique, memorable and meet the objective.
We all are so excited that live meetings are back! But the reality is, that just showing up in person does not mean success. We learned a lot about engagement during the pandemic, and people in the era of TikToK and Chat GBT want something more then sitting and listening to a lecture. Discover a variety of technology tools (free and paid) that creatively engage live audiences, grab their attention and make them part of your meeting. Bonus: Discover a few new tools for planners and how these technologies can up your game.
Audiences and brands alike are re-evaluating how and where they invest their time, money and resources. From content models to expanding collaborations, join GPJ CEO Chris Meyer and explore emerging trends that will shape the future of experiences through 2023 and beyond.
Discover the evolution of experience design, how the blurring boundaries between work and home life impact experience planning, the use of events as content studios, the role strategic partnerships play in elevating experiences and the expansion of inclusion to encompass a wide range of individual needs and unique differences.
Women in the workplace often face the stereotype of being "intimidating" when they display traits such as assertiveness and confidence. This stereotype can be damaging to women's careers and contribute to a hostile work environment. In this session, we will explore how to overcome this stereotype and create a workplace culture that values diverse leadership styles.Participants will leave with a deeper understanding of how misogyny, misogynoir, and stereotypes impact the industry, as well as concrete strategies for creating a more equitable workplace culture.
Discover how to break into medical meetings, the best path for education and how to continue to advance your career as an inclusive leader. Join the discussion and open conversation with panelists who are experts in the space.
From global travel vertical recovery and a 2023 forecast to the real driver and impact of inflation and and visitor expectations, learn from the leader of Hilton’s data and analytics team responsible for preparing its CEO and CFO for the Wall Street quarterly earning calls. Establishing the right context for global travel recovery is extremely challenging in today's world. Get the C-Suite view of what to expect for the year(s) ahead.
The creation and exchange of thoughts is the foundation of innovation. However, sharing ideas is not as easy as it seems … because we’re human. It can be vulnerable and scary. And feeling unsafe can be the roadblock that prevents organizations from innovating and having more ideas. So, how do you create the conditions for success to enable a free flow of thoughts? The answer is psychological safety. Psychological safety can either be nurtured or hindered, and each one of us has more influence over this than we realize. According to Project Aristotle, a research study from Google, psychological safety is the most important factor for effective and successful teams. In order to innovate, psychological safety must be established. If you’re an individual contributor, you need to establish this for yourself. If you’re a leader, you need to establish this for yourself and for your team. In this experiential workshop, participants will learn what it takes to create a safe environment for innovation—for themselves and others.