Tag: Learning

Your Favorite Productivity Trick Is Actually Slowing You Down

Originally Published by Lindsey Pollack, 18 March 2016 I bet I know what you’re doing right now. You’re reading this post, singing along to the “Hamilton” soundtrack and composing a text on your phone. If […]

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 […]

Women of Achievement, Unite!

By Mary Tucker, IAEE Sr. PR/Communications Manager What does it mean to be a Woman of Achievement? Is it reaching the top of the executive ladder? Shattering the glass ceiling? Being great at what you […]

Trends in Education

Originally published in Trade Show Executive, October 2015 Edition Last month I talked about the things that keep me up at night, one of the most prominent being our offerings at Expo! Expo! IAEE’s Annual […]

Decision Time

Special contribution by Dana Freker Doody, VP Corporate Communications, The Expo Group My car was old. It needed work. Expensive work. I knew it. I’d known for months. But I loved my car. I didn’t […]