Celebrating Labor Day – Past and Present

Labor Day is a United States public holiday celebrated on the first Monday in September. It honors the American labor movement and the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, laws and well-being of the country. It is the Monday of the long weekend known as Labor Day Weekend and it is considered … Read more

Becoming More Resilient to Change: 5 Applicable Strategies

As technology changes communication and culture, the business landscape is also in constant flux. A person’s professional life is seen as the foundation for personal life maintenance‚ÄĒwithout a job there is no money for shelter, food, or stability for the individual or their family. So, when the workplace feels unstable, it is natural for workers … Read more

The Best Ways to Give and Receive Feedback

Communication is a key component of teamwork. In order to get tasks completed, team members need to be able to communicate clearly and effectively. An important aspect of communication is giving and receiving feedback. When someone on your team could improve or change the way they are doing something, how can you share that in … Read more

The Piedmont Park Arts Festival: Come See the Best Atlanta Has to Offer

This weekend, August 18-19, the Piedmont Park Arts Festival will be returning to Atlanta, Georgia. This 2-day event is organized by the Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces, LLC and kicks off tomorrow at 10:00 AM. Named as one of the top arts festivals in the country, the 2018 Piedmont Park Arts Festival is sure to … Read more

Ahhh…The Benefits of Relaxation!

Stress is a fact of life in the modern-day workplace. Although some stress may encourage growth and development and may challenge employees to perform to the best of their abilities, constant stress can have a very negative effect on a person’s health. There are quite a few conditions that have a strong link to stress, … Read more

Washington D.C. Restaurant Week – Summer 2018

The most anticipated week in summer is here for foodies in the D.C. area: Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week begins August 13th and lasts through the 19th. Over 100 restaurants are participating and offering fabulous deals on gourmet three-course meals: brunch or lunch for $22, and dinner for just $35. Put on by Restaurant Association Metropolitan … Read more

How Mindfulness Can Make Your Meetings More Productive

What is mindfulness? In simple terms, mindfulness means being present. It’s paying attention to what is going on right now. It also means doing so without judgment. There is no right or wrong way. In an interview with the Huffington Post, Dr. Danny Penman noted, “Becoming aware of what’s going on around you can make … Read more

Top Meetings and Event Newsletters Delivered Right To Your Inbox

We know the importance of keeping up with the rapid evolution of the meetings and event industry. That’s why we’ve created this list of top publications that can be delivered right to your email inbox. Keep up with the latest news, trends, and tips, and stories by subscribing to these industry-specific newsletters: MeetingNews This daily … Read more

Simplify Your Life Week With These TED Talks

For the average person, life is becoming increasingly complex. Our days are busy, our task lists are full, and prioritization isn’t just a choice, it’s a necessity. Nonetheless, some people have rejected this lifestyle as an inevitability. What if you could simplify your life, accomplish more, and find greater fulfillment? In honor of ‘National Simplify … Read more