Table of Contents for Event Crowdsourcing`

Part 1: The Conference Program is Dead! Long Live the Conference Program! CHAPTER 1: Meetings that aren’t What if you went to a meeting and nobody met? So what’s new in this book? CHAPTER 2: Why you need to crowdsource […]

Facilitating change: The power of sharing our experience

Sharing our experience of others directly with them can be incredibly powerful. Let me tell you a story… Not long ago, I was working at a multi-day workshop with a 6-person group that included someone I’ll call D. D self-described […]

You can’t make people change. But…

“You can’t make people change. But you can create an environment where they choose to.” —Seth Godin, Leadership Change is hard. And you can’t make people change. However, meetings have tremendous potential to change lives. Attendees have something in common: […]

Introduction to my new book Event Crowdsourcing

Here’s a teaser: the introduction to my new book Event Crowdsourcing: Creating Meetings People Actually Want and Need. Interested? Then buy the book! Curiosity I’ve always been curious. I’ve always wanted to understand the world I found myself living in. As […]

Squaring the circle: creating room sets for connection

Meeting planners typically default to squaring the circle when specifying room sets. They persist in seating attendees in long straight lines whenever possible, ignoring the benefits of curved and circular seating at their events. (See Paul Radde’s Seating Matters: State […]