Category: Leadership

Five Steps That Challenge Your Impressions For Better Decision Making

Originally published by Shelley Row, P.E., CSP on 6 January Hard-to-work-with, passive-aggressive, disagreeable, arrogant, unresponsive, unmotivated, angry. Know anyone like that? Rational, levelheaded, thoughtful, curious, respectful, friendly, easy-to-get-along-with, agreeable. You probably know people like this, […]

Know the Person Who Gets Things Done in the Office

Originally published by Shelley Row, P.E., CSP on 26 November We’re learning about the ten skills that technical professionals need when they become a manager. Today let’s discuss the importance of getting to know that special […]

Big Decisions, Are you Considering a Broad Range of Information Sources?

When you need to gather information for a big decision, who do you go to? Learn about the four types of people you should consult with to make a well-informed decision in the latest blog from Shelley Row.

Look Up and Out to See the External Factors Influencing Your Organization

Are you paying attention to the factors that may influence your organization now and into the future? Read Shelley Row’s tips to discover the influences outside of your organization that can shift its direction and how you can stay on top of them.

Know the Six Influencers Who Impact Your Effectiveness

Understanding and building relationships with the influencers surrounding your organization can go a long way. Discover the six types of influencers and ways to cultivate rich relationships in the latest post by Shelley Row.

Know Your Staff! Four Briefing Styles That Give You Clues to Their Superpower

Knowing your staff’s briefing style tells you as much about them as it does about the way they manage projects. Practice a simple test to figure out your staff’s preferred workstyle with Shelley Row, PE, CSP.

Why Leaders Fail

Why do leaders fail? Find out the characteristics of Bosszillas!

A New Look at Leadership

Originally published in Trade Show Executive, March 2016 Edition “Leadership” is an interesting word to me, because for such a commonly understood concept it can take on avenues uncommonly related to it. The most obvious […]

Spotlight on Megan Tanel, CEM & 2015 Chairperson of the IAEE Board of Directors

IAEE sat down with Megan Tanel, CEM and 2015 Chairperson of the IAEE Board of Directors for a chat about her involvement with the organization and her journey in the exhibitions industry. Megan is the […]