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And your events should be exceptional .. Always!!..

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There will always be a place for formal presentations at meetings, but more and more meeting organizers are experimenting with interactive session formats in order to engage participants.

1. Fireside chats — Many subject-matter experts who possess vast knowledge and experience in their field often lack the skills to be a solo presenter — but that doesn’t mean that they can’t shine at your event.

2. Interactive panel discussions — Panel discussions used to be the way to change up a program of solo presentations, but they’ve become a stale conference standard. Here’s where technology and a few moderator tricks can reengage the audience. 

3. The World Café session format — These small-group sessions tap into collective knowledge and enable people to exchange their experience and perspectives with each other. 

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I found this resource to be incredibly helpful and am wondering if others are using G+ in the way the author describes? #Google+ #Social #Conferences

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Martin Purser The General Manager of MPTheWarren Tells us About the Corporate World and his Vision. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUrrvRl9eus

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Host a halftime performance. Many association meetings have well-known speakers—whether from inside or outside their industry—open and close their events. But why not take a cue from the much-hyped Super Bowl Halftime Show and offer some sort of fun and exciting event somewhere in the middle of your meeting? Not only would it allow attendees to celebrate what they learned already, but it would also give them a chance to let loose and relax before the learning and networking push that happens at the end.

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From Bizzabo CMO Alon Alroy, 9 practices event professionals should stop doing in 2015: http://www.eventmanagerblog.com/practices-event-organizers-2015

From the Hootsuite blog, how social media can help you market an event: http://blog.hootsuite.com/social-media-for-events/

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Meetings Focus' 2015 webinar line-up has been revealed! Register to expand your knowledge and earn CE credits. A great free resource for both new and experienced planners. http://bit.ly/1bUwWml
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