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Professional Development Opportunities


Professional Development Opportunities


Free Webinar "Leading Virtual Teams with the NO LIMITS Approach"

April 30 ⋅ 11:00 am 

The Internet and the practice of outsourcing work have been the main ingredients for the use of virtual distributed teams. No longer can a project team always be co-located in order to improve expediting a project! After years of experience with virtual groups and teams, Dr. Moylan will demonstrate a range of positive techniques and tools to keep a virtual team on track, on schedule and on budget. The techniques shown will range from the use enterprise-wide impact tools to subtle interpersonal strategies that a project manager may use to have a successful virtual and/or distributed team project.

To reinforce these concepts for presentation participants the authors will be using a N.O. L.I.M.I.T.S. approach to the material which includes:

· Nurturing: Bringing team members up to speed, Encouraging Excellence

· Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Keeping team members engaged, Stopping the Second-Class Status of a Virtual Project

· Leadership: Sharing Responsibility, Keeping Control

· Interests: Understanding the Needs of the Team Members, Aligning Expertise with the Project

· Mind Reading: Laying Out Everything Ahead of Time, Brainstorming to Brainstorm

· Individualized Recognition & Attention: Pay Close Attention to Team Members Actions, Timeliness

· Tools: Internet Sites, Intranet Sites, Enterprise / Commercial, Free/Low Cost

· Subject Matter Experts: Their Role, Their Value

Leading virtual teams is a very important skill for the modern project manager to master, a scenario and role that all EMU students will very likely encounter. In today’s COVID-19 charged environment, everyone is now in the virtual team setting and can benefit from taking a NO LIMITS approach.

Note: this is not a PMIGLC sponsored activity.  Attendees will need to self-report their PDUs.

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 892 405 970

Password: 187921

2020 PMP® Prep Classes 

Saturdays, May 9, 16, 23 and June 6 ⋅ 7:30 am - 5 pm 

A four-day, instructor led, classroom setting PMP® exam preparation course designed to meet the training needs of those wishing to prepare for PMI’s PMP®or CAPM® certification exams.

The objective of this course is to help participants gain a level of competency required to pass the PMP® and CAPM® certification exam through a review of the concepts and terminology covered in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). View more details and the 2020 schedule.

PMIGLC Happy Hour

May 20  ⋅ 5 - 7:30 pm 

Take a break to mix and mingle with PMIGLC friends and colleagues! The May Happy Hour is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, May 20 at Mex in Bloomfield Hills. 

Annual Golf Outing

August 22  

The Annual Golf Outing is tentatively planned for Saturday, August 22 at Sylvan Glen Golf Course in Troy. More details on cost and schedule will be published as they become available. 


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