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Session 1: The Top Ten Two-Minute Tips for Inclusive Meetings

Unconscious bias in meeting design can exclude some of your potential attendees and degrade the meeting experience for others. As well as potential legal consequences, overlooking the needs of certain groups or individuals can limit the breadth of contributions and impoverish the experience for all attendees.

The good news is that there are simple strategies that can overcome bias and create a welcoming event for everyone.

Register now for this practical guide to an inclusive event.

Attend this webinar to:

  • Understand why planning inclusive meetings is more important than ever
  • Explore how embracing diverse perspectives supports innovation (a great reason to meet face-to-face!)
  • Discover easy ways to embrace inclusion at your events


Tahira Endean, CMP, DES, CED, is head of events at the Society for Incentive Travel Excellence and the author of Intentional Event Design: Our Professional Opportunity.


Sue Hatch, Content Director, MeetingsNet

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Session 2: Getting to Know You: Games and Activities that Build Trust and Relationships Among Attendees

With more and more Millennial and Gen Z attendees at meetings, their preferences and expectations must be accounted for. One big expectation they have for in-person events is to build lasting connections with fellow attendees; otherwise, they’ll ask why the event wasn’t simply done virtually. Therefore, planners must create opportunities for attendees to interact in stimulating ways during time spent outside the formal meeting sessions.

Longtime event-industry veterans Walt Galanty and Lin Guba use a variety of activities to get attendees to open up, connect, and bond during a business event.

Attend this webinar to learn:

  • How to broaden the way you think about creating interpersonal connections among your attendees.
  • How to leverage the host facility and local destination to create fun and memorable experiences.
  • How to satisfy the objectives of both your attendees and the meeting host.


Walter Galanty, President, AIM Meetings and Events

Lin Guba, CMP, CMM, Senior Director, Meetings, International Economic Development Council


Rob Carey, Senior Content Producer, MeetingsNet

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Session 3: Accountability and Conflict Management: A Planner’s Guide

Strategies to make team members more effective, and make the planning workflow less stressful. This session will help you:

  • Manage different personalities and get accountability
  • Identify underlying sources of conflict
  • Resolve conflict and maintain productivity among all team members


Michelle Johnson, President, The Anchor Group


Rob Carey, Senior Content Producer, MeetingsNet

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Session 4: Session 4: Cue the Music…And the Music License: Know Your Legal Responsibilities

Do you have a clear understanding of your organization’s responsibility to pay for the music played at your meetings? Take 30 minutes to get practical advice on the music licenses you need, what they cover, how much they cost, and where to get them. Join this up-tempo presentation that will explain how and when to work with music-rights organizations to keep your meetings compliant with the law.

  • Understand who is responsible for securing music licenses
  • Learn where to get music licenses and how much they cost
  • Get your music licensing questions answered


Andy Sharpe, CEO, SongDivision


Sue Hatch, Content Director, MeetingsNet

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Session 5: Back Off! How to Design an Effective Meeting Code of Conduct

Tuesday, May 28, 2019 | 2:00 PM ET/11:00 AM PT

It’s not enough to just have a sexual harassment policy or meeting code of conduct if your meeting planning team and event attendees don’t understand it or there are no real consequences for the harasser. In this 30-minute webinar, human resource expert and lawyer Stephanie Davis will discuss how to create and enforce a meeting code of conduct (or ensure your existing policy has real teeth), and strategies for communicating the policy.

Attendees will learn:

  • The elements of an effective meeting code of conduct
  • The proper steps for handling a harassment allegation at your meeting
  • Effective ways to train staff and communicate your policy to meeting attendees

Stephanie Davis, Esq., SPHR, SHRM-SCP, President of Employment Practices Solutions

Sue Hatch, Content Director, MeetingsNet

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