Moving Forward

IPMI's Professional Development Newsletter July 2020
Do You Have a Mantra? (Stay with me here...)
It’s a statement or slogan you repeat frequently. It’s a short phrase that centers you, helps you tackle tough days, and really enjoy the great ones. (I promise I am not asking you to meditate – although the practice has terrific benefits and you should try it.) In today’s distracted and disrupted world, determining your own values and reinforcing them is even more important (not just for your success, but for sanity’s sake).   Read more
Video Series: An Essential Present Day Leadership Skill: Providing a Sense of Hope
Vicki Pero, Principal, The Marlyn Group, discusses the challenges and uncertainty we have all experienced over recent months. As leaders, we need to use different skills to help employees stay motivated. She focuses on one valuable initiative to help improve employee interaction and morale: community engagement . Opportunities include raising donations through parking programs, utilizing parking spaces as entertainment venues, and more. PLAY.
Save Money & Train Your Team Online: Corporate Training License Discounts Extended 
We are happy to extend the organizational license discounts through September 30, 2020 for IPMI members. Check out the available courses here.

Back by popular demand – we are offering this course offered by Tom Wunk, CAPP – Analysis and Application of Technology . Join us July 28 and 30 to discuss new and emerging technologies, advantages and disadvantages of each, and how to evaluate new technology. Register Today !
CAPP Corner!
Thank you to all the CAPP Candidates who took the time to complete the CAPP remote proctoring survey. 87% of respondents said they would prefer to take the CAPP exam online with a remote proctor. Remote testing is scheduled to start in August.

Fun Facts

The average person will spend six months of their life waiting for red lights to turn green.
Did You Know?

There is a famous Native American story, which goes like this…One evening, an old Cherokee tells his grandson that inside all people, a battle goes on between two wolves.

One wolf is negativity: anger, sadness, stress, contempt, disgust, fear, embarrassment, guilt, shame and hate. The other is positivity: joy, gratitude, serenity, hope, pride, amusement, inspiration, awe and love.

The grandson thinks about this for a moment and then asks his grandfather: “Which wolf wins?” The grandfather replies, “The one you feed.”

So, as a leader the question to ponder is: “Which wolf are you feeding? Learn more by clicking here about why gratitude and happiness matters for leaders!
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