Friday With Joan Content
Meetings industry veterans provide ways to keep knowledge and history in organizations and in the industry. They discuss how to retain talent as well as to identify new talent to mentor and nurture.
When people retire—or reach a certain age and still working—the industry forgets to ask for input about who we were and what that means now.
Besides benefiting those in need, volunteering can be instrumental in building one’s career, whether it be in the meetings, events and hospitality industries or not. Learn more about how volunteering has helped these four industry experts.
Joan Eisenstodt and others lend insight on why people—and the meetings industry, our industry—may be silent on issues that impact them directly or indirectly and actions they can take.
Joan Eisenstodt asks meeting and event planners why the profession doesn't get respect, and what they can do to change that.
Joan Eisenstodt interviews meetings career placement specialist Dawn Penfold on how planners can get more respect from stakeholders and executives.
Joan Eisenstodt sat down for lunch with Tom Sietsema, food critic for The Washington Post, where they talked about ethics, and their relationship to the meetings and events industry.
Joan Eisenstodt interviews three veteran meeting and event planners about their frustrations with F&B service and tips to share with their colleagues.
Joan Eisenstodt interviews two meetings industry food and beverage veterans about how planners can understand the complexities of F&B operations and secure the best prices for their groups.
Meetings Today's Joan Eisenstodt interviews event planners, other hospitality industry professionals and authors about what books they find are relevant to their lives and professions.