What about those long head tables?

Joan Eisenstodt
April 27, 2015
At the White House Correspondents' Dinner and other events, why are there still long head tables for important people? What are the alternatives?

Opinions Wanted - Now that You Know Now

Larissa Schultz
April 13, 2015
Now that you know now what you wished you would have known then – what do you think students should study to be successful in event management careers?

Free Education - Yes, Free!

Larissa Schultz
March 17, 2015
Online education with free classes, offered on your schedule, at your pace, can provide a lot of opportunities.

Industry Education: 1 of 3 Steps to Improvement

Joan Eisenstodt
March 9, 2015
Finding ways to change how industry education is designed and delivered is a great desire of many professionals.

Let's Go to the Videotape! Verifying Someone's Story

Joan Eisenstodt
February 9, 2015
If you are following the news, you've probably heard that NBC is fact-checking Brian Williams of NBC Nightly News. This post from Alan Bean, someone I trust when it comes to ethics and justice, though our religious beliefs differ, provides enlightenment about something referred to as "false memory."

How Meetings Can Help Reduce Alzheimer's

Larissa Schultz
December 18, 2014
5 key strategies you can implement into your meetings and events which could help reduce Alzheimer's and help increase attendees' cognitive ability.

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