Author: BPH

  1. Lessons In Leadership
  2. Thoughts from the Zeitgeist
The question is quickly becoming irrelevant. “Bleisure” is a frankenword I can’t bring myself to say aloud. It sounds like a probiotic food supplement. However, I thoroughly endorse the trend of intentionally combining business and leisure travel. The concept, of course, is not new. Many of us have wince-worthy recollections of conferences that offered registrants […]
  1. Lessons In Leadership
  2. Thoughts from the Zeitgeist
A resolution for 2023. I’ve always believed that those of us in the live events industry have a unique mission to build connections through a sense of community. It’s in evidence at kids’ soccer games, Shakespeare festivals, and even in conventions that cater to highly specialized medical professionals. Wherever people are aligned behind a shared […]
  1. Lessons In Leadership
  2. Thoughts from the Zeitgeist
Industry 4.0 tech turns to nature. I love technology, except when I don’t. Maybe it’s a classic approach-avoidance conflict. I discovered my career in the events industry while producing conferences that supported the emerging tech revolution of the ‘90s. I thrived in that tech-driven chaos. And today, I love the way digitalization has empowered all […]