Paul Paese, of PMC, is delighted to be teaching in the Women’s Leadership Forum at Olin Business School this month. Paul’s topic is Critical Conversations, and he happens to be the only male faculty member teaching in this program. Truly an honor!
As 2022 draws to close, we would like to thank the many clients, colleagues, and partners who played a part in the continued success of Paese Management Consulting over the past year. It’s been another good year, and the ground beneath us is rife with opportunity. Success moving forward will depend more than ever on strong partnerships and innovative solutions. We at PMC look forward to deepening our partnerships and collaborating more creatively than ever before. These times demand it, and we’re excited by the challenge. Wishing you the happiest of holidays and all the best in 2023!
PMC is delighted to assist Nemanick Leadership Consulting again this year in delivering Leadership for Achievement, a professional development program for surgeons, researchers, and others in the Department of Orthopedics at Washington University’s School of Medicine. The Department of Orthopedics is a national leader in the delivery of high-quality orthopedic care, as well as innovative clinical, basic, and translational research. The program kicks off this month and continues through May 2023. Paul Paese, of PMC, will be teaching “Critical Conversations,” a module on how to think and respond more productively – and with fewer unintended consequences – in challenging workplace conversations.
Just returned from the Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC) in Washington, DC. Located in the Washington Navy Yard, the NHHC’s mission priorities are to (a) serve as the institutional memory of the U.S. Navy, (b) discern and document lessons learned from naval military history, and (c) locate and protect lost U.S. Navy ships and aircraft. NHHC retained WashU at Brookings to provide instruction on conflict resolution to their senior executives. The instructor retained for this purpose was Paul Paese, of PMC. Paul thoroughly enjoyed the experience and came away with a deeper appreciation of what “commitment to mission” really means and how much our populace owes to the men and women in career-long military service.
This month we give a shout-out to the Rotary Club of Kirkwood, Missouri, which is holding its annual 5K/10K run on Saturday, September 10. As a longtime member and former president of the club, Paul Paese (of PMC) remains an active and dedicated member of Kirkwood Rotary. The Kirkwood club fully embraces the Rotary International motto of “service above self,” and is committed to helping others both locally and internationally. The Kirkwood Rotary Ramble is a race through the streets of Kirkwood to raise money for local charities. The race takes place every year on the Saturday one week prior to the Kirkwood Greentree Festival. The club offers certified 5k and 10k courses, plus a School Challenge program for students. The theme of the race is changed every year to match that of the annual Kirkwood Greentree Festival, and participants are encouraged to dress up to match the festival theme. So, if you’re a runner or walker interested in supporting local charities while having a fun, healthy time, please consider participating in this year’s race! Click here to register for the race.