Tie-down. Pre-con. Button-up. It’s the final meeting conducted to ensure that BEOs are updated, security briefed, and travel details finalized. That used to be enough to ensure a safe and successful meeting. Trouble simply wasn’t anticipated or invited. Sadly, the new world order no longer allows passivity. Current headlines tell us that the unthinkable is a tweet, viral video or act of violence away.
Recently, I had the pleasure of attending the Mid-Atlantic Society of Association Executives (MASAE) 2017 Annual Meeting. Lowell Aplebaum, CAE the CEO of Next Connextion delivered an engaging and interactive keynote on the power of conversations and innovative networking opportunities for association conferences.
The 2018 Division eBook is a collection of resources from AH's content library, created by the experts at AH, throughout the past year.
In the world of non-profit meeting planning, many of us are tasked with planning several meetings at a time. It’s part of what we love about our jobs; no two days are the same and there’s never a dull moment! However, with so much on our plates at any given time, it may sometimes be tempting to move the smaller meetings to the bottom of the to-do list, not giving them the attention they deserve. However, by getting off to the right start, you can more easily plan a great small meeting!