Meeting Planning is the 6th most stressful job. If you don't know who to trust, that is. You have one shot at a successful event, but you must rely on so many people to do their part, many who you never met in your life before your big event. Your meeting is as good as the performance of the worst person you contracted for it. How stressful would it be if you could trust every person you contracted for the event? The author of The Book of Trust and 11 other books, Inc. Magazine columnist, a former member of the IDF 35th Airborne Paratroopers Brigade, and founder of the Trust Building Institute would show you how to know when you can trust a meeting contractor, and even better--when not to trust them. Ranging from funny to dead serious he will share his seven laws of trust and six components of trustworthiness. He will equip you with the tools to distinguish the trustworthy contracted from those who are not so that your next meeting will be that much less stressful.
1. Identify the 7 laws of trust and 6 components of trustworthiness to have a foundation for applying them
2. Analyze the sources of stress in the meeting planning process to be able to address them
3. Apply the 7 laws and 6 components of trust to know who to trust and reduce the stress from the planning process
4. Create a checklist that will help screen vendors for their level of trustworthiness and stress they may induce