Designed for “accidental project managers” – those who suddenly find themselves trying to manage projects as part of their day-to-day jobs -- this program features a highly interactive scenario-based session by immersion into an actual project. Through experiential learning, participants discover a consistent process and repeatable framework they can use to effectively manage project communications, tasks, schedule, scope, quality, and budget. Participants will leave the program with a “toolkit” containing checklists and templates they can use immediately on-the-job to improve how they manage projects in today's fast-paced legal environments. This program is appropriate for all paralegals, regardless of experience or practice area.
A former Project Manager for Winston & Strawn, Trish Uhl has 20+ years of experience as a seasoned trainer, facilitator, project manager, change manager, consultant, and coach.
As a globally recognized Project Management Professional (PMP®) and Certified Professional in Learning & Performance (CPLP®) Trish is recognized for her passion for peer development. She has facilitated project management workshops throughout the United States and in the Middle East.
Trish is a long-time speaker at the Illinois Paralegal Association (IPA) Education Conferences and a contributing author to multiple books on the topics of project management, sales, learning & performance, and technology & teams.
To learn more about Trish Uhl’s body of work, visit her Amazon.com Author Page at: http://amazon.com/author/trishuhl.
REGISTRATION FOR THE SPRING CLE SERIES: All sessions will be hosted on IPA's newest member benefit, IPA Connect, and are all FREE for IPA members. Prospective members can attend the entire series for the low cost of $75, or may join the IPA for 2021 and receive the added benefit of dual membership in the National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA) as well as FREE attendance at all 2021 lunch-and-learns, virtual networking events, and discounted registration for the IPA's Fall Education Conference.
Registration on IPA Connect is required (members will need to be logged in to the IPA Connect platform to register for FREE - if you don't remember your password, enter your email address associated with your IPA membership and click to reset your password).
When it is time to join this webinar, you will log into IPA Connect, click on "Events", then on "Conferences", and join the live event.
Questions? Contact IPA's Executive Director, Yvonne Kriss, at IPA@ipaonline.org.