Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Valuing Differences within Project Teams

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Event Date

Valuing Differences within Project Teams


Tina Taylor

President, Lifetime Leaders Inc.

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Time and Location:

Tysons Corner monthly Luncheon Meeting at
Tower III Conference Facility
Curie & Drew Conference Rooms
1710 SAIC Drive

McLean, VA 22102

Pre-registration is required. 1 PDU will be available for PMPs.

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010


  • 11:30 am: Networking begins
  • 12:00 – 1:00 pm: >
  • Keynote Speaker: Ms. Tina Taylor


None. This Session is free of charge. Pre-registration is required.

About the Program:

Valuing Differences within Project Teams

Today's American workforce is the most diverse workforce in the nation's history. Successfully blending the mix of abilities, cultures, genders and ages requires both management skill and interpersonal insight from the project manager.

To help project managers recognize and value inherent differences among team members, this interactive discussion will scan the changing face of the America worker, including differences among the four generations in the workplace today and projected workforce trends for the future.

About the Speaker:

Tina Taylor

Tina Taylor is President of Lifetime Leaders Inc., a leadership training firm headquartered in northern Virginia. The firm specializes in helping organizations improve productivity and performance by developing its people.

Prior to Lifetime Leaders, Ms. Taylor served in various leadership positions at Sprint Nextel, Burger King and Kraft General Foods. Her diverse leadership and management experience includes roles in Logistical Operations, Strategy, Customer Support, Marketing and Project Management to name a few. Tina has proven ability to successfully address business challenges and lead organizations through periods of change and growth.

Ms. Taylor earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Howard University and a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Texas AM University.


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