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Marriott's future: 4 things to watch
The Washington Post
Marriott International executives and institutional investors gathered recently at the new Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C., to discuss industry trends, the company’s financials and prospects for international growth. In this article are four trends to watch as the Bethesda-based hotel giant continues to adapt to changing customer preferences.
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Experiential learning: Another meetings must
Your attendees don’t just want to sit back and watch speakers present. They want to be part of the action and have an immersive experience. Making that happen will mean deeper engagement and more satisfied conference attendees.
3 trends integral to marketing your business
By Emma Fitzpatrick
What trends does your business need to keep afoot of in the marketing world? The guessing game is over in the world of marketing. Now, you can say without doubt what's having the biggest impact on brand awareness and even sales. We've got the top three biggest trends in marketing and communications. Read on to unlock the secrets and keep your business a step ahead of the rest.
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Easy ways to become a better public speaker — fast
Speaking at events is a great way to enhance your status as an expert and generate PR for your business. However, becoming a great speaker is an art, not a science. The good news is that with some tips and some practice, you can leave a lasting impression that you will want people to remember.
Whether you are looking to print one copy or 20,000, to convert your title to popular eBook formats, or seeking turnkey solutions for selling your title from your own website directly to consumers, Sheridan offers a range of services designed to fit the needs of speakers, associations, and authors.
3 secrets to killer branding and copy
Are you ready to take your speaking career to the next level?
The secret is not promoting you. People are tired of being “sold.” They want answers to their problems, not just a list of accolades and product pitches. It’s time to flip the tables, to offer the audience the microphone and to discover their core issues and ultimate needs.
Ask these questions to help you hold more productive business meetings
Your company probably holds several meetings each week. Here's the question: are these meetings actually helping you? It's not an easy question to answer — especially if you're the one leading the meetings.
Effective ways to motivate your team
The Huffington Post
People are the main and the most important resource of each company. For achieving great results each leader needs to have a motivation strategy to create and maintain the spirit of enthusiasm among employees. In this article are 15 effective ways for you to motivate your staff and ensure the continuous growth of your organization.
Marriott program encourages guests to tip housekeepers
By Suzanne Mason
When you first enter your hotel room, what do you usually see? A door sign hanger welcoming you to your room or perhaps a piece of chocolate on your pillow? What about an envelope to leave a tip for your housekeeper? It might sound strange, but if you're staying at a Marriott property in the next couple of days, you might be in luck. Marriott has partnered with A Woman's Nation to start an initiative called "The Envelope Please" that will allow guests to leave a tip for the room attendant who will be cleaning their room.
Only 10 percent of Americans travel frequently for business
For all the attention paid to business travel worldwide, the absolute number of frequent business travelers remains small.
That’s borne out of the new survey on the “Travel Habits of Americans,” a series Skift launched last month exploring, as it says, the big picture travel habits of the U.S.
How to measure your social media strategy
By Mayur Kisani
Measuring the ROI from social media is a widely debated topic. Marketers around the world have their most important task set out for them: What are the benefits of their marketing efforts? Then arises the next question: Can the ROI from social media be measured? The answer is yes. But it's not always easy. Here are six fundamental points to consider.
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US digital publishers extend revenue streams abroad
The U.S. publishing industry has shifted to align with the active digital consumer, increasing the sharing of exclusive content online and over mobile devices. This shift has also changed what readers expect from publishers and how they want their information distributed. Bloggers, being born in the digital age, provide great insight into what that is, with multiple daily posts and instant access from anywhere in the world.
Employer health rates rise 3 percent, worker deductibles top $1,200
Los Angeles Times
The price of employer health insurance rose a modest 3 percent this year, a major survey shows, but workers will be paying more when they get sick as deductibles soar.
Annual insurance premiums for families increased 3 percent, on average, to $16,834, according to the survey released recnetly by the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Health Research & Educational Trust.
Must-have travel products that will make life easier
Fancy yourself a business-travel road warrior? Well, you can’t hit the battlefield without the proper gear. In this article are five travel products that you should check out for your next journey.
6 steps to fewer, shorter and more efficient meetings
Few aspects of corporate culture are more widely disliked and ridiculed than intra-office meetings.
Employees, for the most part, feel that they're tedious. Managers openly complain about their ineffectiveness. The worst part about meetings? Usually, they lead to more meetings.
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