Issue Video | May/June 2015

By Connect Staff, April 20, 2015

Harassment and bad behavior after hours are not new, but it’s more imperative than ever to manage your event environment. We explore this, and other taboo issues in The Dark Side of Meetings. Since risk management is a top priority for planners, we dive into cybersecurity threats in Hack Job and discuss government meetings taking a big hit after the GSA scandal in An Uphill Battle.

There are a lot of third-rail issues in this edition of Connect. Watch this video for a preview of the top stories.

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