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Tracy Stuckrath, CSEP, CMM, CHC
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  1. Music As A Collaborative Tool
    14 Jun, 2017
    Music As A Collaborative Tool
    Music, in its many forms, satisfies different needs for different people. For some meeting planners, it is a tool that we wield with precision and flair, and for some of us it is a mysterious artifact that we are completely at a loss for how to control (think “arc of the covenant”). This article will shed some light on how to use music as a collaborative tool without having to unravel the mysteries of the ages. It is reasonable to say that music has universal appeal. Also, research by
  2. Should Companies Make Vacation Mandatory?
    09 Jun, 2017
    Should Companies Make Vacation Mandatory?
    Forget “unlimited” vacation time; some companies have found that the only way to get employees to unplug is a vacation “minimum.” The importance and benefits of taking time off from work are well-documented. Without downtime, you and your team are likely less creative and more likely to burn out. But Americans just can’t seem to unplug. Between 2000 and 2014, the number of vacation days U.S. workers took declined steadily from a long-term average of 20.3 days to 16. And while the number of
  3. 5 Tips for a Successful Hosted Buyer Program
    08 May, 2017
    5 Tips for a Successful Hosted Buyer Program
    Meeting and event planners are always trying to find new ways to add value to their events and better compete in the industry. More often than not, they’ll opt for bigger speakers, more technology, or some other gimmick that “wows” their audience but might not do much to increase the genuine value of the event for attendees. One solution which provides a clear value for attendees and vendors alike, is the inclusion of a hosted buyer program (sometimes known as a “supplier showcase”). If you’re