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During a recent webinar, one of our most favorite Authors, Speakers and TED Talk gurus, Patti Dobrowolski, listened in and created a live graphic drawing illustration while we were having our discussion. This is a great way to recap your virtual meeting with a visual element to include in your follow up emails, while highlighting the key messages from the conversation.

Take a look at the masterpiece Patti created and see if you can pick out the key messages. During the webinar, the Wizard of All Things, Gareth Heyman, discusses how to approach events during the COVID-19 pandemic. In case you missed it, you can now watch the on-demand video here.

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In the midst of the nation's coronavirus outbreak, we are shifting to a new routine of digital meetings, conference calls and remote home offices. In an effort to embrace this new norm, we’ve come up with some work-from-home tips:

Create a Dedicated Space for Work

Set up an area of your house to use as a workspace. Sitting down in this space sends a clear signal to your brain that it’s time to focus.

Maintain a Routine

Create a structured routine, which will help your mind and body adapt to a new working environment.

Embrace Your New “Co-Workers”

This may be your children, significant other, cat, dog, plants etc. The sooner you accept it, the less friction you’ll have, and you can plan to share the space peacefully.

Over Communicate

Remote work is a constant effort to be visible. Over-communication builds trust in a remote work environment.

Don't Forget to Socialize

It’s more important now than ever to maintain that sense of connection and camaraderie with your team. Team bonding activities can be incredibly helpful for making people feel like they’re not alone.

Smile and Laugh Often

Keeping a positive attitude can make a big difference in how you feel and how productive you are. Add a little humor next time you have to“dial-in”, using these Conference Call Bingo cards. Don’t forget to pass it along to your colleagues, so they can get in on the fun too! Feel free to tag us when you win on your next video call with #MorBingo!

Hopefully you find these tips helpful and the bingo cards provide some entertainment, as you try to get acclimated to working from home.

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All of us at MorEvents want to send out positive vibes to everyone. Take care of yourself, take care of your family and friends, take care of the community and take care of mankind as we know it. Through the fear and uncertainty, we hope that you will find things that make your life more meaningful and will allow us to appreciate life’s more simple things.

We wanted to let you know that the team at MorEvents is fully intact and have been working with our clients to maneuver through our new world. The fundamentals of who we are and what we do, are exactly the same. Our clients have relied on us to provide trusted solutions; there is no single turnkey solution, nor is there a single hotel, destination or caterer that works for everyone. There is a plethora of solutions that we are familiar with and want to work with clients that want to understand what is best for them. We recognize that your needs are more unique than ever and our tagline has always been to facilitate that. Our solutions not only include digital and virtual platforms to implement events, but also a 360-degree approach to messaging your stakeholders. This includes:

  • Outreach and maintaining your brand and identity

  • Graphic design and refresh of your digital presence

  • Messaging from senior management and sharing information

  • Defining your market strategy

  • Inspiring your audience

  • Keeping your sponsors and underwriters engaged

  • A social media strategy that delivers business updates, encourages community outreach and supports feel good stories

  • Supporting internal and external needs that you may not have had two weeks ago. Our staff is very versatile and are adept at a wide variety of skill sets. Just ask.

Our phone lines, email and social media lines are open. We want to hear from you about anything. We listen well.

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