From Sages on Stages to Sages on Screens: Pivoting to Virtual Meetings

From Sages on Stages to Sages on Screens: Pivoting to Virtual Meetings
Joan Eisenstodt
July 9, 2020
Is it really July? I finally got out for a haircut. Apartment door to elevator to garage to car (my spouse drove—I don’t drive [despite what someone once said, yes, you can be successful and not drive!]—six blocks to haircut where every precaution was taken. It felt great and I was terrified being out. Meanwhile, COVID-19 cases soar in many U.S. states; meetings and conventions continue to be postponed or to move to a virtual platform; and sports, theater, and most other events are on hold. And more meetings are moving from physical to virtual. Thus we must consider what and how content will be delivered and by whom.

Why Don’t We Put Teambuilding First?

Why Don’t We Put Teambuilding First?
Lynne Wellish
October 3, 2018
Think about the timeline for your program: there’s the opening reception; next day breakfast opening reception; maybe the CEO speaks; there’s lunch, breakouts and dinner on their own. The second day is when the teambuilding appears on the timeline. But what if the teambuilding activity was first?

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