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  • Getting Past the Pitch-Fest: Networking events for introverts

    This is part one of a two-part series. See part two here. Networking activities can add value to many corporate events, but how do you plan them? Do you keep them simple or make it complicated? And do they bring out the best in your attendees, or does it make people anxious about participating? Let’s face it: you don’t hear the words “fun” and “networking” together very often. In fact, many of the members in our Authentic Networkers meetup group…

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  • Tips to network and find jobs online

    Prospecting for sales or promotional leads and hunting for career-related opportunities rank among today’s most popular online activities among meeting planners and suppliers in every field. But which rules of conduct should you be following when reaching out regarding potential business on social networks or electronic applying for a new job at a prospective employer? As we discovered while researching our new book, Netiquette Essentials: New Rules for Minding Your Manners in an Online World, the answers may surprise you.…

    Career Development, People & Profiles

  • Engage millennials in Québec City

    Social media-savvy, budget-friendly tips to attract young attendees Millennials are now the biggest generation in the Canadian workforce, and a successful event should keep them feeling engaged and “in the know.” Events can also help associations woo skeptical young professionals into joining their ranks, giving them something exclusive outside of LinkedIn Groups. But events should also be worth telling others about. Unique, picture-worthy and accessible destinations like Québec City are an ideal locale for attracting experience-hungry millennials who want to…

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