Meetings and Events

When Work Drama is a Good Thing…Ft. Traci DePuy at Salesforce.org

This week we welcome Traci DePuy, Head of Global Events at Salesforce.org, to the podcast! We talk about what it takes to be a great leader, staying positive in challenging times, and organizing work streams to build a successful hybrid event. And, we try to answer the question: What’s the best way to motivate a team? You don’t want to miss this episode of Meeting Minds!

How to Be the Best for Your Team ft. John Hart, Director of Events at Marriott Int’l

The summer heat is getting to us! Let’s throw it back to a few months ago and cool down, when we sat down with John Hart, the Senior Director of Global, US and Canada Meetings + Events at Marriott International. We talk about everything under the sun, from hybrid events, to leadership, to creating a great company culture. You don’t want to miss this great episode of Meeting Minds featuring hosts Charles Eide and Ashley Hawks. 

We Should All Be Sponges ft. Sunita Devi at NYU

This week we welcome Sunita Devi, the Director of Events and Operations at NYU! We start by looking at the way events have changed in the past year, from fundraising to event operations. Later, we dive into tracking event ROI, how to implement post-event feedback, and making sure you pick the best vendor for your company. This episode is all about learning to succeed, you won’t want to miss it! 

Are You Being Vulnerable Enough? ft. Josh Hotsenpiller

Can people share and be vulnerable digitally? This week on Meeting Minds we welcome Josh Hotsenpiller, founder and CEO of Juno, a digital event platform. Josh talks about prioritizing human connection in virtual and hybrid events, and tries to answer this question. Plus, we talk about building connection online, and what you can do to facilitate this ways of connection at your next virtual or hybrid event. Listen to this fascinating episode of Meeting Minds! 

 

Return to LIVE EVENTS (Safely!) ft. Heather Seasholtz at DIA

To kick off Season 7 of Meeting Minds we welcome the Heather Seasholtz, the Director of Americas Operations at DIA (Drug Information Association)! We talk about how to return to live events safely, navigating new health protocols, and she walks us through the certification she helped build, ‘Pandemic Compliance Advisor’, for meetings and event planners. Excited for the return to live events? Then you don’t want to miss this one!