Time Management Strategies for Busy Business Women

  One of the biggest changes needed for professional women is to rethink the narratives surrounding women and time management. These old narratives make working and having a life seem unsustainable. It turns into the usual story: women can’t have it all, success at work requires harsh trade-offs and you can’t have everything you want.  

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Been There, Do This: New York Edition

  Event planners are often sent back to the same city or venue, time and time again. It can be hard to constantly mix it up for your client or especially jaded attendees who return to annual events or locations that are heavily populated with the same, typical tourist attractions.  

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How eSports Used Events to Leverage Greater Success

  As eSports moves into the mainstream, popular video game brands are rushing to make their live events the gold standard. They are using a traditional sports event plan that any brainy planner would implement - the chance to add experiential value at big events, as well as provide special VIP access to events.  

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How Data Boosts Your Event Revenue

  Meetings and events drive sales, and with the right understanding of data, meeting planners and departments can get recognition for their role in the selling process. Data can be used to demonstrate that events are a major factor in closing millions of dollars in sales.  

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Employee Burnout at Work

  Workplace burnout is a real phenomenon. It’s not in your head or just something your co-worker needs a quick power nap to get over. More people are feeling tired and lonely while engaging in their work. The Harvard Business Review (HBR) recently took a deeper look at this trend and issued their results on how to help yourself and your employees from falling victim to loneliness.  

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How Digital Multi-taskers Can Protect Their Eyes

 

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