Living in Vancouver, it is easy to brag about our weather, mountains, oceans, and sushi. But is it wrong to say that as fall approaches, and we see reports of snow falling in Calgary, we want to call up Calgarians just to brag about eating sushi on Kits beach? There is an art to bragging. It is not subtle and it has to be short and sweet. It needs to be true. This is Sea to Sky’s 2018 Brag Book.
North Vancouver, BC – Sarah Lowis, President, Sea to Sky Meeting and Association Management Inc. received her Certified Association Executive (CAE) credential from the Canadian Society of Association Executives (CSAE). The CAE is one of the highest professional credentials in the association management field. Sarah successfully completed the CAE examination administered nationwide in May 2018. […]
Have you ever thought carefully about what your core values are? These are the things that you really, truly believe deep down and actually live by day-to-day. Could you name them? If put on the spot, I think most people could give a reasonably honest answer when speaking in a personal capacity. But it takes a bit more thought to do the same for a whole company or organization involved in the complicated, high-pressure business of exceeding its members’ or customers’ expectations, planning for the future and keeping the lights on.
It’s a new year, and with that comes the anticipation of what’s in store, mixed with reflection and review of the years gone by. Join us as we look back at the numbers from our conception in 2001 to October 2017, by viewing our latest Infographic. Here’s to celebrating 16 years in business, and the many more years ahead!
Clichés can be tiresome – there’s no I in team, no man [or woman!] is an island, many hands make light work etc. But just because something is overused and therefore annoying, it doesn’t make it untrue.