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NCPMI is working with the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina to lend a helping hand! Come volunteer, enjoy networking with fellow NCPMI members, earn PDUs, and enjoy an NCPMI sponsored lunch afterwards!
For more information and to review COVID restrictions and precautions, please visit their website at https://foodbankcenc.org/get-involved/volunteer/
Please note that CENC requires volunteers (Raleigh facility) to wear masks and closed-toe shoes for the event.
June Virtual Member Orientation Session
NCPMI Member Orientation sessions are being offered in a virtual setting. Join us to find out about the benefits of being a Chapter member. The session will introduce you to the various program offerings and you can see how to best use your membership. Member orientation sessions are for:
Speech Title: Eat to Defeat Disease Series
What is Metabolic Syndrome?
What causes Metabolic Syndrome?
Is Metabolic Syndrome detrimental to your health?
What can you do to reduce, eliminate, and prevent Metabolic Syndrome?
What to eat and what NOT to eat?
1- Everyone has a unique genetic blueprint for life –Uncover your own metabolic blueprint by simply eating the right foods for you and enjoy eating. Never diet again.
2- Discover your optimal formula to your permanent healthy lifestyle, not a short-term cover up. Feel amazing, healthy, and pain free while avoiding medications.
3- Find how real support and accountability is packed in a person not in a pill. Imagine your life with little to no pain and discomfort, so you can happily and freely engage in activities you love and thought was never possible.
Imagine if you could turn your IMPOSSIBLE to YOUR POSSIBLE.
One of the oldest management tools that project managers use to plan, execute and monitor a project is a Gantt chart. During this event, Gantt chart aficionado Cynthia Cain will review the basic elements of a Gantt chart and share examples so you can produce and use them for any size project. An important element of building an effective Gantt chart is making the project schedule. This is the hardest part that requires detailed thinking to confirm the schedule is workable and that you have all of the necessary tasks outlined on a timeline. She will also cover the concepts of the critical path and being able to confidently identify the activities that drive the project completion date.