Prowess Project Certification Lessons-learned
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Prowess Project Certification Lessons-learned

Total was seven.  Last week was the first Prowess Project certification and I teared up seven times.  We call it...
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Project Management Tools and your Learning Style
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Project Management Tools and your Learning Style

Whenever I’ve needed to get serious about studying, preparing for a speaking event, or memorizing key product information, there is...
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Mom Feature Monday: Leah Steinkirch, Chief Mom Officer
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Mom Feature Monday: Leah Steinkirch, Chief Mom Officer

Best of all, is providing perspective as a mom trying to reenter the workforce.  That’s why I’m so excited about being part of the Prowess Project. CMO –  Chief Mom Officer is the best title I have ever had.
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Do we have Meeting FOMO? 
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Do we have Meeting FOMO? 

Most people waste one-full workday a week in ineffective meetings. One. Full. Workday. That’s crazy. And that’s just the ineffective ones.
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All Hail Daily Huddles!
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All Hail Daily Huddles!

While doing research to start Noteworthy Meetings (which is now Prowess Project), I was devouring all material possible on hosting the “perfect meeting”. Good news is there is no such thing. Bad news there is no such thing.
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Boom, hooked.
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Boom, hooked.

I settled on (and love) Prowess Project. Prowess meaning "skill or expertise in a particular activity or field" and Project bc this is going to be ongoing.
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How it all got started…
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How it all got started…

I started talking to anyone who would listen about this problem and many (mostly women) lamented the same experience. Once he or she (mostly she) took the meeting notes once, that was unofficially how her peers saw her and started to rely on it. I figured there had to be a better way.
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