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46 58 64 69 76 SEPTEMBER 2010 FEATURES 82 46 Breaking Bread Food can be the first step in bridging a divide between different countries, religions and generations. BY KEVIN WOO 52 One North Carolinabased event planner uses her skills to give back to her community. BY SANDRA BIENKOWSKI 58 The Robodock Arts Festival creates a kind of adult play land for a very specific fringe group—those seeking the artistry of devastation. BY KIMBERLY KING 64 COVER STORY Community Controlled Chaos Service 69 Generation Why Is age just a number? Tackling a persistent stereotype. BY JESSIE STATES 82 Let’s Talk Author Daniel Menaker talks up the importance of conversation in life and at events. BY JENNA SCHNUER The Quick Guide to Keeping Your Top Talent Moving beyond traditional reward and incentive programs. BY DALIA FAHMY 76 What’s the Right Risk? Embrace the intersection of deep knowledge and a leap of faith. BY SARAH HEPOLA 88 Get an (Economic) World View How four global business macroeconomic trends impact the meeting industry. BY SUZANNA DE BACA 5

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of One + September 2010

One + September 2010
Energy of Many
Share Your Mind
Thoughts + Leaders
Five Years Later
What You Missed
Top Spots
TMI at Your Peril
Men Behaving Badly
You Can Go Your Own Way
Falling for Food
Breaking Bread
Community Service
Controlled Chaos
The Quick Guide to Keeping Your Top Talent
Generation Why
What’s the Right Risk?
Let’s Talk
Get an (Economic) World View
Your Community
Making a Difference
Until We Meet Again

One + September 2010