Sue Pelletier

Editor, Medical Meetings/MeetingsNet's mad blogger, Meetingsnet

Sue, who has been with MeetingsNet since 1998, previously wrote for and edited several national and international trade magazines and newsletters for the environmental industry. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Colorado, Boulder, she also helped to plan a technical trade conference and exposition and several smaller meetings for the environmental industry before deciding to stick with what she does best. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and her surrogate child, Mango the Australian shepherd.

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Posts by Sue Pelletier

Leading Learning Symposium
in face2face Aug 27, 2015

Event Envy: Leading Learning Symposium

You know when you hear about an event that sounds so good that you want to kick yourself for not being able to participate? Here’s one I can’t attend....More
A report published by the Roosevelt Institute and the Kauffman Foundation, outli
in face2face Aug 24, 2015

What the Rise of the Freelance Economy Might Mean for Meetings

A new report outlining the potential effects of a growing freelance economy on the U.S. economy and workforce may have by 2040 should be of....More
Meeting planners tend to be busy people. Make that very busy—but are you busier
in face2face Aug 21, 2015

Productivity Power Tools: Hacks to Get Your Life Back

These tools will help you regain control over your e-mail in-box, your schedule, your workload—and your life....More
in face2face Aug 20, 2015

Beware: Disrupters Are Out to Get Your Association’s Meetings

Questions association meeting planners need to address now so you can protect your bottom line from getting walloped by changes in technology,....More
The Internet has been on a roll lately—here's just one of the things I've come a
in face2face Aug 20, 2015

Just for Fun: What Links Are Making You Laugh?

The Internet has been on a roll lately—here are a few of the things I've come across lately that made me literally laugh out loud, scratch my head,....More
Researcher, professor, author, and psychologist Sherry Turkle at the ASAE closin
in face2face Aug 19, 2015

Are Smartphones Killing Our Ability to Empathize?

Psychologist and researcher Sherry Turkle thinks the ubiquity of mobile devices—and our dependence on them—is causing a "crisis in empathy" that can....More
ASAE 2015 keynote speaker Josh Linkner says it’s time for associations to embrac
in face2face Aug 17, 2015

Josh Linkner to #ASAE15: Get Obsessive About Innovation

ASAE 2015 keynote speaker Josh Linkner says it’s time for associations to embrace innovation—and he provided some tools to help them do just that at....More
The Detroit Metro CVB president and CEO personified the city with his can-do att
in face2face Aug 12, 2015

#ASAE15: These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

A few of the many things that stood out for me at the 2015 American Society of Association Executives Annual Meeting in Detroit....More
in face2face Aug 09, 2015

Why I Love Teambuilding Event Cheaters

When you think of cheaters, you usually do not get a warm fuzzy feeling. But when it comes to teambuilding events, sometimes the cheaters are my....More
in face2face Aug 07, 2015

Social Media Savvy 2.0: #ThinkOutsideTheBox

There's more to engaging attendees before, during, and after meetings than just Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Here's how social media channels....More

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