Tag: Leadership

Advocacy’s Role in Our COVID-19 Recovery

IAEE President and CEO David DuBois, CMP, CAE, FASAE, CTA relays the importance of becoming industry advocates to support the recovery of our industry.

Leading through Disruption

Read IAEE President and CEO David DuBois’ thoughts on how to lead through disruption to find the most effective path to the road for recovery.

7 Ideas to Consider When Creating Your Leadership Philosophy

Your leadership philosophy is essential to guiding your everyday work. Learn ways to develop and refine your philosophy to become a well-rounded leader with Shelley Row, PE, CSP.

Five Leadership Lessons from Mountain Bike Riding

In the press of day-to-day responsibilities, it’s easy to forget the bigger picture and wider world. Discover 5 key lessons Anita Torres learned as a mountain biker that she applied to become a better business leader.

State of the Industry

Read IAEE’s President & CEO David DuBois’ State of the Industry in the latest Industry Perspectives blog

New Year, New Strategies

IAEE President and CEO David DuBois shares how to create a workforce acquisition and development plan that will carry over into long-term benefits for your organization and the industry.

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.

Year in Review

Originally published by Trade Show Executive Year’s end always brings with it a certain amount of reflection. We are fortunate to be in a strong industry for which this process is more of an exercise […]

Lessons in Learning

Read IAEE President David DuBois’ letter on the importance of professional development, and the steps taken to ensure education sessions at #ExpoExpo are made in enjoyable and digestible formats.

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.