Yes, millennials are the most-connected generation, but that doesn’t mean they don’t want time to escape the realities of the world.
Are we becoming a visual society, and what affects does this have on our communication with one another and our ability to express ourselves to another human being face to face?
"We created a small honeybee safe haven located on our South Tower’s third-floor rooftop."
Millennials actually prefer face-to-face meetings and events just as much, if not more, than previous generations.
It's not that millennials can't give their attention for lengths of time; it's that they require much deeper and more meaningful engagement.
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Thinking like a designer can help organizations develop products, services, processes and strategy by using creative tools—i.e., stories, drawings, stickers, you name it—to address challenges.
No matter what side of the political argument you and your group supports, the key thing that all meetings industry professionals can do is monitor policy issues that impact the industry.
Here are three simple ways to make your event more welcoming for LGBT and minority attendees.
"We recommend that meeting planners speak directly to potential host hotels about their experiences with LGBT groups and the diversity training their staff has had to ensure a high comfort level for attendees."
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