Food Safety Implementation: Conflict Awareness & Mitigation Strategies to Increase Project Success with Paul Richardson, DoMc, MBA, PMP. Paul is originally from West Baltimore County, Maryland. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Sciences from the University of Maryland at College Park with a degree of concentration in Civil Engineering and minor in Math and Meteorology. He worked as a Civil Engineer after graduating. He returned to school at the University of Baltimore where he achieved a second Bachelors degree in Finance. During that time he worked for a Mutual Fund Financial Services firm. After graduating he accepted a position with an Insurance Risk Management Employee Benefits firm as a Vice President Client Manager. He later received his Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Management from Loyola College of Maryland. After graduation he acquired his Project Management Professional (PMP) designation. He later changed industries and worked as a Senior Project Manager for a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) firm before moving to a Government Contractor firm where he was a Senior Project Manager. He is currently a Project Manager with the Centers. Agenda: 1. Introduction. 2. Food Safety Implementation Challenges in Food Organizations. 3. What is Conflict Awareness? 4. What is Conflict Mitigation? 5. What are the best conflict recognition strategies? 6. How can project managers determine best conflict resolution strategies? 7. What are characteristics of project team members who can help prevent project failure? 8. Does a conflict resolution strategy improve the chances of successful completion? 9. Other projects and programs. Contact:
Paul William Richardson, DoMc, MBA, PMP 410-404-0985 firstname.lastname@example.org
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