Tag: careers

Words Matter: Three Steps to Using Words to Get What You Want

by Shelley Row, P.E., ACC “I’m trying not to be worried. It will be fine.” If I said it once, I said it a hundred times.  I said it to my friends. I said it […]

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, […]

When “Face Time” is FaceTime: How to Manage Virtual Workers

Originally published by Lindsey Pollack 20 September 2016 No longer just for hipster start-ups, even prominent companies – think IBM, American Express and 3M — now abound with virtual workers. In fact, nearly one-quarter of […]

CEM Faculty Spotlight on Al Lomas, CMP, CMM, CFE, CEM

Al Lomas has 30 years of experience in hospitality and the exhibitions and events industry and is a jack of all trades. Al is currently the Conference Operations Manager for Connected Car Expo (CCE) at […]

What Does Work-Life Balance Mean in 2016?

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak June 21, 2016 Work-life balance (a.k.a. work-life integration, work-life fit, work-life blend) has been a hot workplace topic for, oh, the past three decades or so. But in today’s constantly […]