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Meeting Manners

How to avoid the most common gaffes at professional get-togethers.

March

*Note: This is not a comprehensive list of articles for this issue.

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Excellent track records, and the promise of achievements to come. Five managers who are making their marks in Minnesota business.

Name Recognition

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Do people remember your company and its products? The name game isn't as easy to play as it looks—and not playing it right could be the difference between success and failure.

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Annual Inspiration

Annual Inspiration

Yearly meetings can be mechanical affairs. Here's how to turn the mundane and tiring into the marvelous and inspiring.

Are You Certifiable?

Are You Certifiable?

Becoming certified as an event planner can raise your profile within your organization and solidify your credentials.

Making a Spectacle

Making A Spectacle

The exciting and unexpected extras that will put an exclamation point on your meeting or event.

Meeting Expectations

Meeting Expectations

Planners develop evaluations to measure success.

Speaker Assets

Speaker Assets

Local experts offer their tips for getting just the right speaker.

Tour de Force

Tour De Force

A tour of metro-area attractions adds punch to your next gathering.

Twin Cities Business

Twin Cities Business

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Metrics Gone Wild

Metrics Gone Wild

Performance measurements shouldn't replace good judgment.

Joe Lunch Bucket's Banker

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