Tag: young professionals

NYIAEE Chairman Tom Malek, CEM Reflects on the Role

Originally published by T3 Expo, 8 February 2018 T3 Expo’s Vice President of Sales, Tom Malek, has been the Chairman of the New York IAEE Board during the past two years. As he departs his […]

I’m Starting a New Gratitude Habit and I Hope You’ll Join Me

Originally published by Lindsay Pollack 21 November 2017 Thanksgiving is just around the corner,and whether your celebration entails a traditional family affair or its contemporary cousin, “Friendsgiving,” your festivity may include the custom of going […]

“We Didn’t Give Ourselves the Trophies” — Millennials

Are millenials the “trophy generation”? Find out how to manage millenials with facts and takeaways

Managing Millennials Q&A: Why Isn’t My Mentee Reaching Out?

Originally published 19 September 2017 by Lindsey Pollak Note to readers: This is the sixth post in my new series based on questions I frequently hear about managing millennials — those ongoing management challenges that […]

YP Insider on Expo! Expo!: An Interview with Cassie Palacios, CEM

The inside guide to navigating Expo! Expo! as a Young Professional

6 Tips for a Newcomer at EXPO! EXPO!

By: Maxx Lebiecki, Account Executive, Association of Equipment Manufacturers We’ve all been there before – a friend or coworker invites us somewhere on short notice.  Although not really interested, we decide to tag along to […]

Chapter Leaders Council Spotlight… An Interview with Brad Hobson, CEM, Business Development Manager, Freeman

By Mary Tucker, IAEE Sr. PR/Communications Manager Brad Hobson, CEM is Business Development Manager for Freeman and a member of IAEE’s Chapter Leaders Council. Brad has been an IAEE member for 7 years and, in […]

IAEE Awards Spotlight on Bob Hancock: 2016 Merit Award Winner

By Mary Tucker, IAEE Sr. PR/Communications Manager Bob Hancock is General Manager, Atlanta with onPeak | GES. He was nominated by the IAEE Southeastern Chapter for his tireless support and participation of the chapter’s activities. […]

Take My Advice – Attend Expo! Expo!

As I write this I’m 29 years old.  I’ve been working in the world of meetings and trade shows since GES hired me right out of college. In 7 years and three positions, I’ve managed […]