Events Anywhere Anytime: Benefits of Renting Our Mobile Stage

If you've ever been to an outdoor event, you've probably seen a mobile stage in action. These stages are pretty cool because they're compact, easy to transport, and can be set up just about anywhere. But what makes them such a popular choice for event planners? In this post, we'll take a closer look at the benefits of using a mobile stage and why you might want to consider one for your next event.

A Day in the Life of a MessageMakers Intern

MessageMakers intern and graduate of Michigan State University, Dorrian Brooks, shared her first hands-on experience after going to a GreenStone Farm Credit Services video shoot pre-pandemic with our production team in January 2020. 

"Experience is what drives me to extract value from every position I have the privilege of being in while I'm on my journey to professional success and personal achievement," said Dorrian.

MSU Broad College of Business: Executive Leadership for Women

This past October, MSU Broad College of Business celebrated the 10th Anniversary of the Executive Leadership for Women: Strategies to Enhance Success program where female business professionals with generally 8-18 years of experience gather to discuss topics as businesswomen in today's workplace.

Learning on the Road in Vegas

Las Vegas: city of bright lights and the perfect place to learn about creating an engaging event.

Our event team recently worked with the Harley Owners Group® to produce an interactive training for motorcycle rally planners from around the world, focusing most heavily on honing practical skills in creating unique experiences, negotiating with potential partners, and connecting with their audiences via social media.

How Do You Assess the Effectiveness of Learning Experiences?

When you plan a learning experience, how do you plan to assess the outcomes of that experience? How do you know if it was effective?

Participants' ratings at the end of the experience: This is one common means of assessment. It's good for capturing what participants think while the experience is fresh in their minds, but doesn't give a sense of what they go on to do with the learning they gained.

Adult Learning Quick Takes: Task-Oriented

We're at the end of our adult learning foundations series focusing on the acronym "ADULT." Today, T:

Adults are TASK-ORIENTED. Their patience for passive listening is limited. After absorbing new information and storing it in short-term memory, they’re ready to actively do something with it.