PMITLH February Virtual Chapter Meeting - 2/1/2021, 6 - 8pm.

6 - 6:30pm:  Overview:  2021 Board President Karen Scott will review highlights of what PMITLH is lining up for 2021 and how members can get involved.

6:30 - 8pm:  Overview:   Buddy Herrell's presentation on Four Pillars of Leadership Credibility.

Leadership is the relationship between people who aspire to lead and those who choose whether or not to follow and it hinges on the leader’s credibility, which is difficult to build and easy to lose. Merriam Webster defines credibility as the following, “The quality or power of inspiring belief or being accepted as trustworthy, real, or honest”. We will discuss the four pillars or elements which are at the heart of credibility:

1.      Integrity – Do you do what you say?

2.      Compassion – Do you care about those in your charge?

3.      Power Skills – Are you able to influence others?

4.      Results – Are you motivated by ambition or achievement to get results? 

Bio: Buddy Herrell has a degree in History from FSU and a Master in Religious Education. He was a supervisor and an executive trainer with Target Corporation He has worked in Healthcare for over 14 years facilitating leadership development. He is a certified facilitator in Emotional Intelligence, Crucial Conversations, Crucial Accountability and other leadership courses. Buddy is currently a Leadership Development Trainer with HCA Healthcare.


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It is particularly important for Project Managers to maintain and improve their project management knowledge and skills to stay competitive in the market. PMP certification is a critical component. As, during the resent years, project management discipline took a step toward more flexible and dynamic project management methodologies, in addition to the traditional waterfall approach, several new emerging methodologies became in high demand. Thus, training and credentialing in these methodologies became highly sough after among Project Management professionals. It is especially relevant in today's economic climate.

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Total Members 346
New Members This Year 1
PMP® Members 267
CAPM® Members 3
PgMP® Members 0
PMI-SP® Members 0
PMI-RMP® Members 2
PMI-ACP® Members 13
PfMP® Members 0
PMI-PBA® Members 3
Members with no Certification 77
Breakdown by type  
Individual Members 336
Student Members 6
Other Members 4
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Members in Spotlight

  • Karen McLane Thomas, PMP

  • Brittney Aucutt, PMP

  • Emily Roach, PMP
  • Sarala Hermes
  • Deniz Franck
  • Sylvia Ifft
  • Lawrence Mathews
  • Tia Williams Harrell, PMP
  • Rabih Chehayeb, PMP
  • kimberly price, PMP
  • Jeremy Tomlin, PMP
  • Jason Kelly, PMI-PBA
  • Rachael Bower, PMP
  • Andrea Latham, PMP,PMI-ACP
  • Melissa Bennefield, PMP
  • lori ciszak, PMP
  • Curtis Watkins, PMP
  • Heather Lyn Nelson, PMP
  • Deborah Rivenburg, PMP
  • Lisa Cashulette, PMP
  • Lanet Chester, PMP
  • John Cook, PMP
  • David Davis, PMP
  • Cheryl Walters, PMP
  • PATRICK GREENE, PMP
  • Joseph Lombardi, PMP
  • Joanne Gallagher, PMP
  • Brittney Aucutt, PMP
  • Amit Bokey, PMP
  • Scott Tomaszewski, PMP
  • Gary Eggebraaten, PMP
  • Michael Russo, PMP

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