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Leading Effective Meetings and Prioritizing Work Demands


Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 0.5 PMI® PDUs in the Leadership category of the Talent Triangle.


Event Description:
Do you find yourself in meetings and wonder why you are there? What can you do to change that? How can you keep people from wondering the same thing at your meetings? Leading Effective Meetings and Prioritizing Work Demands offers tips on planning and leading effective meetings. Good meetings don’t end when the scheduled time is up. Consider how to follow up on meeting actions and decisions so the meetings will not be in vain. There is a key takeaway from this session that we too often overlook. Make time for one more meeting to learn about meetings!


Presenter Info:
Mary Holland is a Program Manager for Edwards Performance Solutions in Maryland. She has more than 30 years of experience in program, project, and operations management in scientific and technical organizations, including Dell, National Safety Council, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and NASA. Her experience has spanned corporate, federal and state government, and non-profit sectors. She is a leader, problem-solver, and mentor with a sense of humor. Mary enjoys collaborating with teams and stakeholders to develop strategies and products – building consensus among participants with disparate views, gathering information to solve problems, implementing solutions, developing staff, and driving financial results. Mary has a Master of Public Administration from The Ohio State University and is a PMP and CSM.


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byLloyd Miller onMPUG

Good presentation covered all the basics.

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  1. Good ideas to have effective meetings.


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