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When you hear the phrase “self-care,” you might imagine face masks, bubble baths, and long walks on the beach–– not exactly corporate activities. Yet in reality, small actions for personal wellbeing can also take place at the office. In fact, in an age where people can stay plugged into work 24/7, they’re necessary.
Every planner knows that planning meetings and conferences of any size is a lot of work.
However, what often gets forgotten shortly after an event is the opportunity to produce a library of powerful and engaging content that can be used for future marketing campaigns. By extending the amazing physical experience for attendees into a digital one, new audiences can be inspired, educated, and informed about your company’s latest and greatest thought leadership.
It’s refreshing to meet someone who is professionally successful, Instagram famous, and down to earth. Frankie Ratford, founder of The Design Kids – an international program that helps 130,000 people graduate into design jobs – is that unicorn.
We’ve all been part of ambitious brainstorming sessions that don’t go as planned – one person is late, another dominates the ‘mic,’ and yet another only talks about their cats. That's why we’ve brainstormed some approaches that will help you get the most from your next meeting of the minds.
Let’s be honest. The glow of goal-setting wears off eventually. The gym doesn’t feel as fun, you skip a couple meditations, and you eat gluten… a couple of times. Daily.
But don’t worry––we’re here to make sure that you don’t back down on business goals, both for yourself and your team.
There are only so many hours in a day. And with a growing to-do list, it’s time to put those weekly meetings to the side.
Communication with customers is key when growing a business. And that goes for connecting employees with each other too. Sprout Social knows this, and is on a mission to help brands make connections in a more organic way.
Sprout Social’s mission can be described in two words: seamless communication. The company has developed social media management tools that drive powerful conversations between customers and employees, as well as within their own walls.
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It’s time for another installment of our Collaboration Champions series, where we talk to leaders who bring people together in unique and exciting ways. Today, we’re speaking with Brianna Maury, co-founder of LoftOpera, who is bringing the opera to a whole new generation with an unconventional approach to a night out at the opera house.
It’s every event producer’s dream: All tickets are sold out, and there’s still a line of hopefuls that wraps around the block. Twice.
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