The following checklist is an abridged version of one created by the University of British Columbia’s Equity and Inclusion Office.
With most people averaging 40-plus hour work weeks, it is important to maintain a healthy, organized workspace. Whether it’s a cubicle, corner office, or even an in-house work space, feng shui is a great tool that can be used to create a healthy, harmonized work space. As one of the Five Arts of Chinese Metaphysics, feng shui is a way in which one harmonizes themselves with their surrounding environment.
Here are 5 easy tips for creating a productive, balanced work space:
It was a normal day in the office on September 26, 2013 until my phone rang and a confused exhibitor was on the line. This exhibitor had received a phone call and email from a company representing itself as our housing bureau for one of our upcoming events. Aging Services of Minnesota did not contract with this housing reservation company nor did we supply this company with contact names. In fact, our room block and event registration materials were not published yet.
OFTEN, the most important details of an event are the most tedious to plan. The art of registration certainly falls in this realm, as it is a process that needs to begin well before your event.
Too often, little thought is put into registration as a process except for actually gathering information about who is coming. However, a proper registration process has three phases:
Pre-Planning Phase: the process in which an event sets up an online registration to collect data and details from attendees.
WHEN MY PARTNERS AND I FOUNDED ARTISTRY EVENTS & DESIGN, an event design and décor firm in Denver, we made it a core mission to provide eco-friendly design. This means keeping items out of landfills, repurposing and revitalizing décor and using found items.
MUSEUM PROPERTIES NOT ONLY PROVIDE A UNIQUE SETTING FOR EVENTS, but also a timeless and historical one. This makes museum properties some of the most sought-after venues for truly spectacular events. Additionally, clients and attendees have the opportunity to experience art exhibitions. Utilizing the unique surroundings and changing exhibitions allows clients to think outside the box, and incorporate highlights of the existing space and exhibitions into the event vision.
From an industry trade show for hundreds to a group of lawyers from across the country more interested in skiing than meeting, Colorado hotels receive all kinds of group requests in the course of a year. Here is a short checklist for meeting planners to consider when booking successful gathering.
Q: What’s the key to working successfully with my CSM?
A: Honest and regular communication.