Joan Eisenstodt is as near to a legend in the events industry as they come. She is described as a "powerhouse in driving the events industry forward," and is known for an ability to connect with people, a strong commitment to ethics and as a highly effective trainer, mentor and leader.
Joan Eisenstodt is as near to a legend in the events industry as they come. Her LinkedIn list of recommendations is enough to put many a head of state to shame.
Not long ago I read an article in Ode Magazine about how resilience, rather than sustainability should be our goal when thinking about saving our environment. It really got me thinking about how important the distinction was and how it could be applied to many other issues in our lives.
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It will be the second such conference organized by EventCamp founders Christina Coster, Jessica Levin, Mike McAllen, Jeff Hurt and Mike McCurry. But it will be the fourth EventCamp ever held.
Social media is a truly new and alien world to all of us, and being so, we often find that the traditional ways we got along with others don't always apply. For instance, in the past you'd never presume to know someone unless you'd met them in person first. You wouldn't share intimate or personal information with strangers. You'd take the time to get to know them first.