Entries by Alyssa Hamilton

Effective Networking Through Professional Associations

Written by Kate Kaeli. The way people search for jobs, explore a career change, and build a business has evolved but one thing has remained the same: it’s who you know (or who knows who). Networking has become a key driver for success. But networking isn’t a one size fits all solution – depending on […]

The Lost Art of Face-to-Face Communication

Written by Sheila Favuzza. What did we do before email when talking to our co-workers about an upcoming or ongoing project?  We would schedule a meeting, get up off of our butt, and walk down the hallway.  Thanks to email, the face-to-face communication has gone by the wayside. What do we lose when we make […]

Are You Going to Eat That?

Deliciously written by Lori Mason. We have lots of foodies in our office. It is not uncommon for our staff meetings to start out discussing new recipes or trying new Bundt cakes or pies. On the same token, our office is also full of picky eaters. Some people can’t handle having their entrees stuffed or […]

Create the WOW Factor in Event Customer Service

Written by Kimberly Davis-Parker. One of our goals at TH Mgmt, Inc. is to always create a wonderful experience for all event attendees. As the Program Management Coordinator for TH Mgmt, Inc., my job includes managing onsite registration. This is a terrific opportunity for me to meet and engage our client members, guests, and sponsors […]

Following Policy is the Best Policy

Written by Scott Williams. I found myself locked out of our company storage closet at 5:00 PM on a Friday, needing to get into it to secure a projector for an early morning meeting the upcoming Monday.  Earlier in the day I mistakenly checked the projector off my to-do list, thinking I had already placed […]

Database Integration and Why You Should be Using it

Written by Nicole Niemann. We have evolved into a world of advanced technology. Many people in all different aspects of business, medicine, education and many other fields have made the decision to make their jobs more effective and efficient. Database integration is the latest innovation to make filing of significant data easier. Integration is a […]

Four Tips to Protect Your Data from Ransomware

Written by Teri Milner. If you haven’t experienced ransomware either personally or professionally, there has been enough press in recent months regarding major institutions getting hacked (think Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center) that it should be top of mind. Ransomware is a type of malware that prevents users from accessing files and data on their system, […]