Alan Weiss’s Monday Morning Memo® – 12/28/09

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December 28, 2009—Issue #15

This week’s focus point: Every day, hotels and conference centers host some of the most respected authorities in the world who address groups on their property. Yet very few hotel managers ever request that their own staffs be permitted to participate, so that they can also learn from the best of the best. They ignore this huge resource on their own turf. Are you supporting or hosting experiences for others which you should be taking advantage of yourself?

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2 thoughts on “Alan Weiss’s Monday Morning Memo® – 12/28/09

  1. I was employed by a conference center and saw just this happen. Because of my position I was able to sneak into the meeting rooms to listen and learn from the conferences, consultant, global leaders, and speakers.
    The odd thing is that I was the Director of Team Building and led programs at the conference center. So I along with other great people (from outside the conference center) would lead programs with many many great organizations and leaders. Although when I recommended that we lead some internal team development and leadership programs my boss was dead against it.
    I have found that this is common with many of my peers.
    dumb!

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