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You know how to manage your project, but can you lead your team? Tips to get your team to work with you and for the project.
Liana Edmiston, PMP
Project Manager, Esri
As Project Managers we manage our projects, work with budgets, schedules and client requirements but how much effort is put into building a common purpose and clear understanding of goals/objectives, fostering communication, growth and good relations among the project team members?
This session will focus on tools to keep the project team healthy, which contributes toward a more efficient and effective team. Ultimately this makes for better project performance and results. Some of the topics touched on will be:
- Developing staff
- Communication mentoring
- Working with varying personality styles
- What you can do to deal with conflict among team members
- Why it’s important to be the buffer between your team and the client
About the Speaker Liana Edmiston, PMP
Esri Project Manager
Liana has the privilege of working with a dynamic and inspiring team for Esri in their Professional Services Division in the Washington, DC. She has been working in the field of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for over 12 years and successfully manages multimillion dollar projects to include work for the Federal Government, State, Local, and commercial enterprise. Her project team has won numerous awards for exceptional service in the field of GIS working for the Federal Government.
Prior to becoming a PM, Liana worked as an instructor and Adjunct Professor teaching GIS coursework and was actively involved in numerous projects coordinating client outreach. She enjoys fostering team growth and achievement with her diverse team of 10+ exceptional Geospatial Analysts. She finds success in promoting individuals on her team and helping them achieve their goals and the goals of her projects.
Ms. Edmiston has been a PMP since November of 2010 and has her Master’s Degree in Management and a Certificate in Project Management from Marymount University (Virginia). Her interest in geography began while she studied rocks and glacial deposits while obtaining her B.A. in Geology from Bloomsburg University (Pennsylvania). She loves to run in her spare time and looks forward to her next marathon.
Event Date: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 -
11:30 - 13:00
Event Location: Il Fornaio
11990 Market Street, Suite 106 Reston
, Virginia 20190
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Agenda and Cost:
11:30 am: Networking
12:00 pm: Program
PMIWDC Members $25
*Lunch will be served