A First-Time LIM Attendee Speaks Out
Erdenesaikhan Nyamjav, the secretary
general of the PMI Mongolia Chapter,
was a first-time LIM attendee. He
graciously answered some questions
for PMI Today®:
What was your overall impression
As a first timer, I went there with
many expectations, and without
surprise, the LIM exceeded them.
I was very impressed with the
the LIM offered and enjoyed all the
breakout sessions I attended.
The way it was designed really provided
a complete experience for improving
my chapter leadership skills with face-
to-face interaction with fellow leaders
from the region and PMI Global
Headquarters staff. On relevant
points, I was also able to share our
experience and new initiatives from
PMI Mongolia Chapter. For other
chapter leaders who missed it this
time, and for future chapter leaders,
I would highly recommend them to
attend upcoming LIMs.
How did the networking
At this LIM, I particularly enjoyed the
Leader’s Edge, where I learned more
about practical tools and resources
from PMI staff and other volunteers.
We exchanged contact information
to remain in touch.
What thing or things that you
learned at LIM will you take back
to your chapter?
I am already in touch with other
chapter leaders to improve the
process and governance of our
chapter operation based on the
successful cases that were shared
at the LIM. Now I am accessing
some helpful tools from the PMI
resource center that I was not
aware of before. Our chapter’s
2019 work plan is being updated
with new initiatives and networks
that we availed of at the LIM. These
improvements will definitely result
in positive growth and maturity of
the PMI Mongolia Chapter.
Networking and Learning With Regional Colleagues
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Michael DePrisco, PMI vice president of global
solutions, answers an attendee’s question. Behind
him are Brantlee Underhill, PMI director, global
chapters and PMI Chair Randy Black, PMP. Volunteers working the event’s registration table.