When it comes to terrorist threats, many planners and vendors maintain what Joan L. Eisenstodt calls a "see no evil" attitude. "If we don’t talk about terrorism [or other factors that could disrupt our meetings], we think, ‘It won’t happen again,’" says Eisenstodt, chief strategist, Eisenstodt Associates LLC, Conference Consulting, Facilitation & Training, Washington, D.C. And in interviewing dozens of corporate planners about how they are dealing with heightened threat levels within the ...

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