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Collapse PCMA Business School: Business Ethics - What to Do?
Most of us believe we are ethical…that we work for ethical entities. Yet, credit card fraud is increasing, the media seems to have an unending stream of corporate malfeasance stories, even leading universities are being challenged for how they handle the misconduct of top athletes. What to do?

Based on the latest research on personal motivation and decision-making, we will explore three practical, application-specific topics:
  • What are the ethical "traps" we are all prone to fall into?
  • What are some simple frameworks for ethical alignment personally and professionally?
  • How can institutions create "ethical cultures"?
Formats Available: Streaming
Original Program Date: January 13, 2015
On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
Approved Credit:
  • PCMA: 0.10 hours Total CEUs

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    Collapse 7 Tips for Getting Your Team to Produce Awesome Video Content

    Content is king but what good is having all this great material sitting around if it’s boring? Video is a great way to repackage and share ideas with audiences in a new medium. Attend this hour long program with Emma Meyer, a broadcast communication design wiz, to learn about 7 easy tips to take what you already have and turn it into AWESOME video programming to meet all of your audiences' needs.

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    Formats Available: Webinar + Archive
    Original Program Date: June 02, 2015
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
    Approved Credit:
  • PCMA: 0.10 hours Total CEUs

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    Collapse Event Technology: Innovations for Onsite Attendee Engagement

    Your big event is equipped with a native mobile app, iBeacons, social walls, and an array of new on-site technologies. So now you’re ready to flip the switch and engage attendees, right?
     
    The definition of “engage" is to “occupy, attract, or involve (someone’s interest or attention).” Most onsite tools can successfully occupy, attract and involve attendees’ attention. But what about their interests? 

    Join us for this essential webinar to learn how innovative technology can help you leverage the information you gather about your attendees’ interests throughout the year — to maximize onsite engagement during your next big meeting or event.

    Daniel Russo, Senior Director of Product Management at Lanyon, will offer insights on how technology is being leveraged before, during, and after an event to maximize onsite attendee engagement.

    Formats Available: Webinar + Archive
    Original Program Date: June 09, 2015
    Approved Credit:
  • PCMA: 1 hour Total CEUs

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    Collapse 2015 Education Conference Hybrid

    If you can’t meet us in Fort Lauderdale, join us online Monday, June 15th as we virtually peel back the curtain for meeting professionals.

    You’ll experience high level education on strategy, technology, leadership, learning and experience design and gain a deeper understanding of how people learn to create experiences for your audiences. Walk away with the knowledge to empower experiences for your own attendees.

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    New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau

    Formats Available: Live Webcast
    Original Program Date: June 15, 2015
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
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    Collapse PCMA Speaker Development Series Part I: Creating Transformative Education for Adult Learners

    Producing conference programming that intends to deliver engaging, transformational learning experiences for senior-level professionals is no easy task.  In this 4-part series, members of PCMA's Education team will share their content development methods and speaker preparation best practices for face-to-face events.  The process will be broken into the following 30-minutes webinars over the course of two-weeks:

     

    Check back closer to the series launch date for more resources on the above topics and to access suggested pre-webinar activities.

    Formats Available: Webinar + Archive
    Original Program Date: September 22, 2015
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
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    Collapse PCMA Speaker Development Series Part II: Content Curation - Researching Topics and Sourcing Speakers

    Producing conference programming that intends to deliver engaging, transformational learning experiences for senior-level professionals is no easy task.  In this 4-part series, members of PCMA's Education team will share their content development methods and speaker preparation best practices for face-to-face events.  The process will be broken into the following 30-minutes webinars over the course of two-weeks:

     

    Check back closer to the series launch date for more resources on the above topics and to access suggested pre-webinar activities.

    Formats Available: Webinar + Archive
    Original Program Date: September 24, 2015
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
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    Collapse PCMA Speaker Development Series Part III: Speaker Preparation Best Practices

    Producing conference programming that intends to deliver engaging, transformational learning experiences for senior-level professionals is no easy task.  In this 4-part series, members of PCMA's Education team will share their content development methods and speaker preparation best practices for face-to-face events.  The process will be broken into the following 30-minutes webinars over the course of two-weeks:

     

    Check back closer to the series launch date for more resources on the above topics and to access suggested pre-webinar activities.

    Formats Available: Webinar + Archive
    Original Program Date: September 29, 2015
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
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    Collapse PCMA Speaker Development Series Part IV: Presentation Design and Delivery

    Producing conference programming that intends to deliver engaging, transformational learning experiences for senior-level professionals is no easy task.  In this 4-part series, members of PCMA's Education team will share their content development methods and speaker preparation best practices for face-to-face events.  The process will be broken into the following 30-minutes webinars over the course of two-weeks:

     

    Check back closer to the series launch date for more resources on the above topics and to access suggested pre-webinar activities.

    Formats Available: Webinar + Archive
    Original Program Date: October 01, 2015
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
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