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PCMA picks a peck of pickled principles

Sorry, I couldn't resist. The

new Principles of Professional Performance just released from Professional Convention Management Association is just loaded with "p"s. It puts educational content into six categories:

planning,

people, professionalism, programming, procedures, and production. Each category will cover these core competencies (they have me doing it now, only with "c"s!):

Planning--strategic

planning and business development


People–managing

human resources, interpersonal relationships, and leadership


Professionalism–professional

development and communication


Programming–program

planning


Procedures–financial

management, event management, using technology, and legal

issues


Production–facilities

and services, and logistics

PCMA will tailor its educational offerings to provide these Ps on the executive, professional, and essential levels.

I don't see the press release yet on PCMA's site, but there's more info on it here. I wonder if MPI's program will have something to do with seashells by the seashore?

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