Commentary: Brain-Friendly Meetings—Not Just Flavor of the Month

Commentary: Brain-Friendly Meetings—Not Just Flavor of the Month

A growing understanding of neuroscience is generating a lot of interest in meetings circles these days, with planners and facilities looking at how to make conference programs, meals, and room sets more brain-friendly.

It’s a promising trend, with some timely nods to a body of research that is already beginning to shift established practices in other professions. There’s a “déjà vu all over again” element to the conversation, to quote baseba

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