The PMI Mid-Missouri Chapter, Inc., became an officially chartered component of the Project Management Institute on June 22, 2000, and was publicly...
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The core of what we offer the businesses that employ us, is that we use a set of tools to predict the future through projects. Let’s kick off the academic season by getting back to some really important basics. What are the top 3-5 business questions we need to ask and answer when leading a project to be sure it will get our organization to its desired future? Then, if we know what we need – which tools do we use to get the answers and communicate that to leadership? This session will help all of us zoom out and look at our roles as strategists. It can be easy to get lost in project schedules – let’s make sure we remember to keep our eye on the bigger picture and help our organizations predict the future.
Chapter Book Club Discussion - The Optimistic Workplace: Creating an Environment That Energizes Everyone by Shawn Murphy , CEO of Switch & Shift, an organization that helps improve the quality of employees’ lives through positive business practices and leadership development. He has over 20 years experience as a culture change practitioner, workshop facilitator, and speaker.
What does it mean to be a servant leader? Is this a position only in Agile environments? What characteristics and qualities do servant leaders exhibit as opposed to a manager or a run-of-the-mill leader? What sets a servant leader apart from the rest? Attendees should be prepared to discuss their opinions and experiences regarding the qualities of servant leaders.