Tag: Career Advancement

The Most Important Career Advice Nobody Talks About

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak 14 March 2017 Have you seen the documentary 20 Feet from Stardom? I recently watched it (a little late, I know), and I was struck by several insights applicable to success […]

CEM Faculty Spotlight on Eric Hoffend, CEM

IAEE sat down with Eric Hoffend to discuss how the exhibitions and events industry impacted his life and how he is involved in IAEE’s CEM Learning Program.

CEM Faculty Spotlight on Troy Love, CTA, CMP, CEM

Troy Love, CTA, CMP, CEM has 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry, including nine years at the helm of a casino organization. He holds a B.S. in Social Science and an M.S. in Tourism Management. He currently works as the Senior Sales Manager for Visit San Antonio.

IAEE recently spoke with Troy about how he entered into the exhibitions and events industry, as well as his involvement with the CEM Learning Program.

Beyond the Humblebrag: How to Own Your Success Without Feeling Braggy

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak 15 November “I have no place to put my new award! I’m running out of wall space in my office!” “So don’t love my new haircut, but three people told […]

CEM Faculty Spotlight on Steven Hacker, CAE, FASAE, CEM

Following a notable 40-year career as CEO of several non-profit associations, Steven Hacker, CAE, FASAE, CEM is now the Principal of Bravo Management Group, an organization that provides strategic leadership, governance, marketing and event planning […]

Need a Break? Ideas for a Digital Detox

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak 4 November 2016 Feel like you’re sending even more email these days? You’re not just imagining it: Recent research from Adobe found that people report spending 17% more time checking email […]

CEM Faculty Spotlight on Michelle Monteferrante, CEM, CTA Regional Director of Business Planning & Event Execution, Freeman

Michelle Monteferrante, CEM, CTA is currently Director of Business Planning & Event Execution for Freeman, based at the Anaheim, California office. She received her B.S in Hospitality Management from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas […]

Social Media at Work: Do the Pros Outweigh the Cons?

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak 21 October. Truth: Social media at work is an integral part of many of your employees’ days. According to a Pew research report, employees are using social media at work […]

What Does ‘Authenticity’ Really Mean at Work?

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak 18 October 2016. Being “authentic.” While this has become a buzzword, I think the idea of authenticity transcends trendiness: It’s a trait I admire in others and that I strive […]

Is Your Comfort Zone Holding You Back At Work?

Originally posted by Lindsey Pollak 30 September 2016. As autumn sets in, my social media feed is becoming clogged with #FallLovers waxing eloquently about PSLs (pumpkin spice lattes for the uninitiated), chunky sweaters, boots, football, […]