Scientific innovation requires global collaboration, say the co-signers of a letter opposing President Trump's travel ban. 'You shut the door to any particular group of people, and the world may look very different 40 years later.'
Measuring what matters to the meetings industry, including our own meetings market, salary, and special-topic surveys.
Sociologist Josh Packard's research looks into the decline in trust in large institutions, like churches. His insights can help your meetings thrive in the future.
A new study challenges the idea that women earn less because they don't negotiate as often for raises and promotions as their male counterparts.
Research shows that women are better negotiators for others than they are for themselves. Here’s how to change that.
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This video explores why meeting planners are 44 percent more likely than the average American worker to leave vacation days on the table.
What's next in the effort to better define meeting professionals within the Department of Labor? Benchmarking knowledge and skills with roles and responsibilities.