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Pmg’s Homecoming week

Pmg’s Homecoming week

By Ally Jevens and Chelsea McClain When I think of homecoming, I think of the gathering of friends celebrating a common connection, and PMG’s homecoming was just that! After a year and 8 months of pandemic conditions, PMG held a homecoming for the first time ever in...

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Remaining Current on Industry Standards and Guidelines

Remaining Current on Industry Standards and Guidelines

By Lindsay Snyder, CMP, CMP-HC As I was recently studying for my Certified Meeting Professional – Healthcare (CMP-HC) credentialing exam, the importance of remaining current on industry standards and guidelines became increasingly apparent. As a healthcare meeting...

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PMG’s Commitment to Diversity

PMG’s Commitment to Diversity

By Sarah Timm, CMP, CAE-HC, PMG President and CEO PMG has and continues to be committed to spearheading diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives in the organizations we manage as well as in our company.  Becoming experts in inclusivity best practices has been a...

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Continuing Education: Staying One Step Ahead of COVID

Continuing Education: Staying One Step Ahead of COVID

By Kelly Phy, CMP I recently had the opportunity to complete the Pandemic Meeting and Event Design certification course through the Event Leadership Institute.  This was a 6-week online course focusing on the future of events in a pandemic era.  I feel incredibly...

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The Benefits of Saying Less

The Benefits of Saying Less

By John White, Senior Project Manager “It’s better to remain silent and appear stupid, than speak and remove all doubt.” Ronnie Wilkins (and Abraham Lincoln) Have you ever been on a call and for one reason or another someone on the call is overwhelmingly verbose?...

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How COVID Helped Our Company with Employee Diversity and Retention

How COVID Helped Our Company with Employee Diversity and Retention

It was sometime around January 2020…you know, the pre-COVID era… my boss said something along the lines of, “We need more diversity in our employees.” I said, “Sure, but Nashville is pretty white, so what we need to do is allow people to work from home so we can extend our search across the country, or even the world.” She wrinkled up her nose and said it was a possibility, but she was not overly enthusiastic. And then BAM! COVID.

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