Know. Like. Trust. I’ve heard those words frequently in recent meetings. Last week at a networking session, the speaker talked about the importance of those words and how they relate to networking. The next day during a webinar about selling skills, those words came up again. I too have often used them in presentations when […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Know Like Trust
Recently, I attended two conferences (seems like I say that a lot, but it’s true). Both were in the hospitality industry and both used a meeting app. In my non-technical opinion (as an attendee and a user of both apps), one was infinitely more successful and engaging. I won’t tell you what platforms were used […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Meeting Apps – Engaging or Annoying?
I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “it’s not what you know, it’s who you know”. Now, what you know is important, but who you know and how you cultivate those relationships can be equally as important. The personal connections have helped you since elementary school: you chose kids who you knew had the right skills […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Paying it Forward-Relationships that Count
I saw a post on Facebook the other day about The Hokey Pokey (I’ll pause while you start dancing!). While it did recall images of silly Hokey Pokey sessions in elementary school and at kids’ parties, the last line of each chorus “and that’s what it’s all about” drew me back to meetings. What is […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on That’s What It’s All About!