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21 June 2017

Digital Experience Institute Live Online Course

The Digital Event Strategist (DES) Live Online Course is interactive training that teaches you how to strategically plan, produce and measure digital events. You will be using these acquired skills to plan all your 2017 digital and hybrid events. Classes meet online on Wednesdays and Fridays at Noon EST, and last approximately 1 hour. Login from…

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6 June 2017

The Power of Digital Events: Revolutionizing Audience Engagement

During this session we’ll examine the recently released PCMA White Paper “The Power of Events” providing insights into adult learning behaviors and expectations, examples of digital event/engagement adoption models and a five-year, live streaming case study from PCMA. This new data provide you the tools and information needed to push forward your own digital event…

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26 April 2017

How to Run a Health and Wellness Incentive Program – Webcast

In this free webcast moderated by Incentive’s Leo Jakobson, attendees will learn everything they need to know to run an effective health and wellness incentive program. The session will offer a step-by-step guide on how to create the rules structure, promote the program, track participant performance, deliver the awards, and measure the results.

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12 April 2017

Proving Your Value as a Meeting Professional – Webcast

Beyond calculating return on investment for individual events, consider the bigger picture: What are YOU worth to your organization? Learn what to track and how to track it, as well as how to demonstrate your professional value in your current role – and on your résumé.

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15 March 2017
18 May 2017

How to Become a Top Negotiator – Webcast

This webcast will explore the positions taken by both suppliers and planners when negotiating. Participants will learn the techniques of professional negotiators and how to use these techniques to leverage the value of their meetings against the most important bargaining factors considered by suppliers.

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