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  • An infographic of bleisure trends from The Europe Hotel and Resort.
    Sep 1, 2015
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    Infographic: Are Your Attendees Taking Bizcations?

    Business travel—including going to meetings—can be grueling. But it also can be fun when you tack a few days on pre- or post-event for a little leisure time....More
  • Aug 31, 2015
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    Steal this: 9 Restaurant Psychology Hacks for Events

    We all know that restaurants are masters when it comes to using psychology to draw us in, influence our food choices, persuade us to tip more, and feel more satisfied with our experience. Here are nine restaurant sales strategies that seem especially relevant for meetings....More
  • Leading Learning Symposium
    Aug 27, 2015
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    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, and why I wish I could....More
  • A report published by the Roosevelt Institute and the Kauffman Foundation, outli
    Aug 24, 2015
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    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 particular interest to meetings professionals....More
  • Meeting planners tend to be busy people. Make that very busy—but are you busier
    Aug 21, 2015
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    Productivity Power Tools: Hacks to Get Your Life Back 2

    These tools will help you regain control over your e-mail in-box, your schedule, your workload—and your life....More
  • Researcher, professor, author, and psychologist Sherry Turkle at the ASAE closin
    Aug 19, 2015
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    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 only be cured with conversation. What do you think?...More

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