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When describing the corporate job setting, creative is typically not a word that would be used. Generally, the corporate setting is viewed to be a straight-laced, suit-and-tie regime, void of all things creative and fun. In reality though, taking on and embracing creativity in the workplace has proved to have numerous benefits and values both for the business and for the team.
Whether you are an introvert or an extrovert, networking is a necessary evil—unless, of course, you work in a cave and are required to stay in said cave and never leave. Most of us in the professional world need to attend lunches, evening soirees, and breakfast events to grow our network and to build mutually beneficial relationships; this is also referred to as business development. It isn't that hard, right? You just show up, have a couple of drinks, make conversation and BOOM!—a great relationship is born. Wouldn't it be great if it were really that easy?
The recent USA Today article "5 Myths About Group Tours" addressed some unflattering group travel fallacies. In the article, Everett Potter and a team of group travel experts dispelled many inaccurate assumptions about the act of group travel. We wondered how some of our Groups Today readers and tour operators would respond to these myths. Here is what Damon and Jason Allan from Maxima Tours and Darla Moore from DarlaTours have to say.
Again this year, Groups Today magazine recognizes the Most Influential Women in Group Travel. The 2016 nomination period has begun! Tell us about the women you believe are at the top of the group travel market. Click here to access the 2016 nomination form. The winners will be featured in the upcoming print edition of Groups Today magazine. Read on for a brief look at some of the previous winning women.