Seven Ways to Tie Your Meeting Together

Have you ever left a meeting feeling overwhelmed and a bit confused? The speakers all were good, and the information you received was useful, but you left with the sense that the meeting and the messages didn't hang together.

Tying together a meeting can be a challenge when multiple speakers and a variety of interests are competing for time on stage, according to Samuel Del Brocco, president of PCI Communications of Alexandria, Va. Del Brocco presented the tutorial “Tying It All Toget

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