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PM: Project Leadership - Shared screen with speaker view
Carla S Pfahl
13:45
Happy Friday! We will make the recording for this session available on the Minitex website: https://minitex.umn.edu/events/recorded
Stacey Hendren She/Her
17:21
Oprah!
Corinne Horton
17:22
michael scott?
April Hummons
17:27
President Obama
Karen Kohoutek (she/her)
17:31
Steve Rogers in the MCU.
Samantha Thorne
17:49
leslie knope
Carla S Pfahl
22:24
Yes! That is uncomfortable but very helpful
Mei Méndez
26:52
I would add to the second bullet point (in the previous slide) that while intent may be positive, impact should be acknowledged, feedback is necessary and can be uncomfortable to receive
Carla S Pfahl
36:26
What if someone on the team is always disagreeing?
Lorene Kennard
39:59
Yes! Talk about the goal, not the process. Sometimes, people fall in love with a process and don't want to change when a goal changes.
Lisa Baures
42:52
Could you provide a clear delineation between consensus and majority?
Matt Davis (he, him)
43:56
Have you lead any/participated in projects with consent rather than consensus?
Matt Davis (he, him)
44:18
As a decision making process.
mklemundt1574
49:20
These examples with Ritu are very helpful in letting me see how this works "in the real world" Thanks!
Carla S Pfahl
59:40
How does persuasion play into influencing w/o authority?
Lori Williamson
59:46
I loved the last slide, about influence without authority!
Lori Williamson
59:55
Very helpful way to frame it!
Stacey Haas
01:00:03
How can (or can you) you oversee (not influence) others if you have no authority over them?
Stacey Hendren She/Her
01:00:05
I appreciated how the consequences weren't "personal" consequences, but how the plan will influence the project
Martha Hardy
01:00:27
What tips do you have for working with volunteers or community members, esp. to set reasonable expectations regarding amount of time or work they will invest in the project?
Corinne Horton
01:00:44
The facts you presented in support of delegation truly changed the way I've looked at it. Particulary regarding how taking the time to teach your team can save time in the long run and increase their competencies
Janice Lurie
01:00:45
Should all 3 be present from the last slide? Head, Hear, Hands, when influencing without authority?
Corinne Horton
01:01:36
I second Martha's question, as library workers we often lead people who partipate on a volunteer basis.
martinom43
01:03:18
For those who want to learn more about team dev and project leadership, do you have any favorite or "go to" resources you can share?
Stacey Hendren She/Her
01:05:22
What is that? Captions said Korn Ferry
Samantha Thorne
01:06:21
This presentation was packed with helpful, applicable info! No questions right now, I may need to rewatch and process
Christa Strickler
01:06:42
+1 to Samantha. This has been excellent!
Corinne Horton
01:06:48
yes!
Lori Williamson
01:06:51
Very help indeed!
Martha Hardy
01:07:11
https://www.kornferry.com/
patricia genardo
01:07:13
very helpful, great examples
Alissa Droog
01:07:15
This has been so helpful! It forced me to really reflect on my own work/leadership style and I appreciate all of the scenarios!
Janice Lurie
01:07:23
Thank You. I learned a lot from this session.
Ann Gannon
01:07:26
Great session! Thanks so much!
Gabrielle Toth
01:07:31
Thank you so much!
Danelle Orange
01:07:37
thank you!
Mei Méndez
01:07:39
Agreed! I particularly appreciated the matrices and the calling out of the need to manage and be aware of implicit bias.
Patrick Hussey
01:07:44
Thank you!!
Lori Williamson
01:07:47
Thank you!