Get a framework, tools, and tips to manage projects successfully. You’ll learn:
• 7 key elements of a great project plan
• 3 great ways to generate ideas and solutions
• 6 free software programs that can make all the difference
• 11 ways to use emotional intelligence to finish your project on time and on budget
Bring a project idea that you’d like to develop, either for your business or personal. You’ll leave with a great start to your plan!
What sort of project idea? A project has a beginning and an end, is time-limited, and usually has a budget. It could be creating a new service or product, updating or building a website, planning a major trip, doing a renovation, launching a marketing blitz, or any number of other things—something big that you’ve been wanting to do but haven’t had a chance to get to; complex, worth investing planning time in; one that will really make a difference to your business and your life.
Provided by the Williston Chapter Coordinators. Due to concerns around COVID-19 all WBON chapter meetings will be held virtually through Zoom. An email containing the link will be sent prior to the event date. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Christine at email@example.com.
Charlene Wallace, Project Management Professional, of Operations Plus, is passionate about efficiency, growth, and better ways of doing business. A global thinker with nuts and bolts practicality, she’s worked in mission-focused organizations for 30 years. She uses an Appreciative Inquiry approach to her work in operations, management, team building, human resources, and systems development.
Please join us in thanking our Partners
Clute Wealth Management, Marketing Partners, and the Women’s Small Business Program (WSBP) at Mercy Connections.