Congratulation to Paul Paese, of PMC, on winning the William and Glenda Finnie Adjunct Faculty Award at Olin Business School. The Finnie Award “recognizes exceptional adjunct faculty whose enthusiasm, teaching, and business experience combine to inspire and energize students.” The award was presented to Paul by Mark Taylor, Dean of Olin Business School, and recognized at the annual Scholars in Business Dinner held this month in Knight Hall.
PMC President, Paul Paese, is the invited speaker this month at Webster University’s Global Leadership Academy. The goal of the GLA is to develop and enhance the leadership skills of faculty and staff at Webster University. Paul has spoken in past GLAs at Webster, and he is delighted to be invited back this year. His topic this year is Learning-Centered Leadership.
Congratulations to Allyson Pegues, at Edward Jones, on completing the PMC certification process for coaching case groups. Case groups are a key feature of “Candor with Respect,” a professional development workshop created and led by Paul Paese (of PMC) and offered on a regular basis to general partners, home office leaders, field leaders, and associates at Edward Jones. Allyson is based in the St. Louis home office and will work primarily with field leaders. Paul is extremely pleased to welcome Allyson to the Candor with Respect coaching team, as she brings outstanding aptitude and skill to the coaching role.
This month Paul Paese, of PMC, is the invited colloquium speaker at the Clinical Research Training Center (CRTC) at Washington University’s School of Medicine. The CRTS’s colloquium series is designed to help young medical professionals improve their leadership, teamwork, and management skills. Paul will speak on “Conflict Management 101,” particularly as it applies to leaders and teams in medical settings.