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The Everyday PM Podcast | "Great Meetings Build Great Teams"


Are you a project leader or an agilist looking to improve your team's meetings? Look no further than the book "Great Meetings Build Great Teams: A Guide for Project Leaders and Agilists" written by our very special guests, Jim Stewart and Rich Maltzman.

This resource is packed with practical tips and insights on how to run effective meetings that drive collaboration and results. Whether you're new to leading teams or a seasoned pro, you'll find valuable strategies to help you build stronger, more productive teams.


In the book, you'll learn about the key elements of successful meetings, including setting clear objectives, creating an inclusive environment, and fostering open communication. The podcast episode features interviews with experts in the field, who share their own experiences and advice on how to make the most of your team's meetings.


So why wait? Check out "Great Meetings Build Great Teams" today and start improving your team's meetings for better results and happier team members. Happy reading (and listening)!

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Enjoyed this conversation? Definitely reach out to Jim and Rich to chat more about their professional experiences and publications. Leave your thoughts in the comments section below!

 

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Host and Founder of The Everyday PM

An authentic leader who is well-versed in the launching of product and physical retail spaces, data system implementation and upgrades, onboarding of new employees, training, championing new process improvement initiatives, and building a solid project management community.

Principal of JP Stewart Consulting LLC

Jim is a certified PMP® and possesses multiple Agile certifications including IC-Agile coach and Certified Scrum Product Owner. Jim is a long-time member of the Project Management Institute (PMI®) and served for several years on the board of the local chapter. He has, for many years, taught and developed courseware for PMP® classes and co-developed an Agile 101 online course.

Master Lecturer at Boston University, Co-Founder and Principal of EarthPM, LLC

As a Master Lecturer at Boston University, Rich develops and delivers courses for graduate students that help them achieve positive change in their careers and in the world. He has over 40 years of industry experience 30 of which is in Project Leadership, including the global PMO of Nokia, with a PMP certification and a passion for sustainability integration.

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