Almost all conference follow the usual pattern. Registration, keynote, sessions, networking. How can we make this more fun, meaningful and valuable?
Why do we just set members lose in a room and hope they find the person they most connect with? What if we actively facilitated those connections?
Members will say that they join associations for the professional development and networking. Professional development and networking are two socially-acceptable corporate words that are actually code for: I want to belong I want to be worthy I want to make friends I want to be seen I don’t want to be lonely I want to matter […]