September 30, 2019
Joint Industry Event 2019
Mastering Stakeholder Management
Hilton Columbus at Easton
Many meeting planners struggle with getting visibility and buy-in from leaders of their organizations. They often feel their role is misunderstood and undervalued. It’s time to change the paradigm! Effective stakeholder management is the key to getting your voice heard and elevating your career.
This session will introduce a simple stakeholder management tool that will immediately change how you handle internal and external stakeholders for your events. During the session we will discuss how to identify and manage stakeholders in different event scenarios.
Hear from presenters Carl Winston, Director of the L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality & Tourism Management at San Diego State University; and Tracy Judge, MS, CMP, Founder & Chief Connector of Soundings Connect.
Brought to you by MPI Ohio, OSAE, PCMA Power Chapter and the San Diego State University School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, this session will give you a free sneak peek at the education offered in the Master’s degree program in Meeting and Event Management launching in 2019.
• Identify and distinguish project stakeholders using Interest/Power Stakeholder Analysis Matrix.
• Learn to manage individual stakeholders effectively to gain buy-in and achieve your objectives.
• Gain confidence and respect from your company’s leaders by presenting information and data effectively.
This program has been approved by the Events Industry Council for1.25 hours of education under Domain F: Stakeholder Management for the CMP designation.
General Session options:
Members: General Session/Lunch - $45
Non-members: General Session/Lunch - $65
Students: General Session/Lunch - $10
Workshop options (MEMBERS ONLY | LIMITED SPACE):
Members ONLY: General Session/Lunch/Workshop - $65
Members ONLY: Lunch/Workshop - $45
To register, please select this link.
Data Driven Event Design
We can’t achieve success unless we know how to define it. In today’s world we have no shortage of data or tools to capture it. However, we consistently see events planned without defined objectives and with no measurement tools in place. If we want to be able to define success, we must first understand what data we need, what tools are needed to capture it, and how to leverage it to support event objectives.
Brought to you by MPI Ohio, OSAE, PCMA Power Chapter and the San Diego State University School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, this session will give you a sneak peek at the education offered in the Master’s degree program in Meeting and Event Management launching in 2019.
• Define event objectives that satisfy key stakeholders
• Identify key metrics for defining success
• Select tools and technology to capture and report data
This program has been approved by the Events Industry Council for 1 hour of education under Domain G: Meeting or Event Design for the CMP designation.
COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT AT THE JIE:
Our 2019 community service goal is to again deliver 1,000 toiletry bags to the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Parent Resource Center. Please help us meet our goal by:
- Donating toiletries (individual or cases) at the Sept. 30 event, including shampoo, conditioner, body wash, body soaps, facial soaps, lotions, shower caps, personal care items and leftover conference bags.
- Donating money so needed supplies can be purchased – we’ll be collecting at the event.
- Staying after the joint event program to help stuff the bags and deliver them to Nationwide Children’s.
Questions? Contact the POWER Chapter Community Service Chair Dianne Killian.
And Special Thanks to the Event Sponsors:
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All cancellations received by Sept. 20, 2019 will be honored with a full refund. A 60 percent surcharge will be retained for cancellations received Sept. 21 thru Sep. 25. No credits or refunds will be issued after Sept. 25. NO SHOWS WILL BE BILLED.