Innovation

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Note From Julie: Who is In Your Innovation Lab?

Note From Julie: Who is In Your Innovation Lab?

One of the keys to being more innovative in your career is becoming more collaborative. I've learned that the more I share knowledge, information, and ideas with others, the better my own ideas become. Innovative thinking is a collaborative way of thinking. It’s not...

Note From Julie: How Do You Add Creativity to Your Events?

Note From Julie: How Do You Add Creativity to Your Events?

There's a good reason why event planning can be a career path all its own: It requires a lot of creativity, effort, and attention to the details. Events can take on a life of their own very quickly depending on the scope and size of the meeting, conference, or offsite...

Personal Note from Julie: Learning to Process New Information

Personal Note from Julie: Learning to Process New Information

Our connected world has made it possible to send and receive information at lightning speeds just about anywhere – work, home, even in the car. And every day, there are hundreds of pieces of new information being hurled in your direction. Some of it is relevant and...

Personal Note from Julie: Meeting Etiquette 101 – The Invitation

Personal Note from Julie: Meeting Etiquette 101 – The Invitation

When it comes to office etiquette, meetings tend to be a place where a lot of offenses are committed. And it’s not a problem that’s confined to one industry or office – it’s happening everywhere! As an admin, you can’t control how people act in meetings. However, you...

What My Summer Intern Taught Me or Why I Love Millennials

What My Summer Intern Taught Me or Why I Love Millennials

Millennials are the generation born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s. Generally speaking, they are the children of Baby Boomers and Gen Xers. They've been called everything from entitled and narcissistic to entrepreneurial, confident, and engaged. And their...