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2024 Apr 10 Lunch and Learn – The Interpersonal Side of Project Management

April 10 @ 12:00 PM 1:00 PM MDT

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The Interpersonal Side of Project Management: Personal Core Values and How to Effectively Use Them

Presented by Lysa Beltz, PMP, Information Security Program Manager, Lamb Weston

As Program and Project Managers, we accomplish work for, with and through people. Rarely do we implement technology just for technology’s sake. It is imperative to understand ourselves and how we best interact with the people around us. Knowing your core values – what they are and why we care about them, is one way to increase our interpersonal effectiveness. What used to be called ‘soft skills’ are now referred to as Power Skills because they are the differentiator between being a good project manager and being a great one. Our goal with project management as a practice is to always find ways to be more effective, efficient and increase the value we bring to our organization.

Learning Areas:
  • Understand what a personal core value is, why we care about them and how to implement them in our daily lives.
  • How personal core value intersect with our companies core values.
  • Provide a template and instructions for completing your personal Core Value Worksheet.

You can claim 1.0 PDU for this Lunch and Learn. Lunch and Learn topics align with any/all of the PMI Talent Triangle® components (Business Acumen, Power Skills, Ways of Working)

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Speaker Bio

Lysa Beltz, PMP, Information Security Program Manager, Lamb Weston

Lysa is an Idaho native with 30+ years of professional experience as a Program and Project Manager with a variety of companies in different business sectors. Her years in corporate life as a project manager have taught her the value of building relationships, breaking big tasks down to manageable pieces, setting goals and then going after them. One of her strengths is to interface directly with both internal and external customers to ensure accurate and timely communication. Lysa’s experience in reengineering concepts and tools has allowed her to renovate processes and improve them to meet and exceed corporate objectives. Her extensive technical knowledge provides an ability to convert requirements into effective system and business design and implement solutions that work.

Outside of the project management world, Lysa is a life- and mindset-coach focused on bringing breakthrough and abundance to her clients. She has a warm, interpersonal style and a knack for asking the tough questions to get her clients unstuck. Lysa’s motto is, “Life is good when you are in the right place, at the right time, doing the right things”. She is also a writer and is the author of the Amazon best-selling book, Becoming Unshakeable, and is a motivational teacher working to empower women to go after their dreams and create a lifestyle they love to live.

Lysa lives in Boise, ID with her husband of 37 years and their 3 dogs. In her free time, Lysa loves to hang out with her almost 2-year-old granddaughter and enjoy the love and laughter of family.

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