WIP, Live Webinar | June 24, 1 p.m. ET
WIP Members: FREE / NPA Members: $35 / Nonmembers: $55
Parking professionals often find themselves on project teams such as a team responding to an RFP, installing an LPR system, or dealing with a crisis situation.
Whether you are the project leader, a new project team member, or you are a vendor or supplier to the project, the role you play is important to the final result.
This webinar will examine 5 essentials practices that any employee on a parking project should be aware of to make the project successful and to grow themselves professionally.
The webinar will examine:
- Timeliness – understanding the role of timelines, deadlines, etc, and their importance in a project
- Communication – keeping everyone in the loop in the project process
- Mission Vision – understanding the scope of the project and your role in it
- Feedback and Follow up – when to provide critical feedback and follow up to keep a project on track or to adjust because of changing circumstances
- Metrics and Management - understanding to measure project progress and success.
The webinar will examine these essential practices in the context of some realistic parking project case-studies.
This is a one-hour webinar with 45-50 minutes of presentation and remaining 10-15 minutes for interactive Q&A with attendees.
Each webinar provides 1 continuing education (CE) hour towards the CPP designation. Learn more.
Parking Services Coordinator
Walter P Moore
Britney Cooper is Parking Services Coordinator for Walter P Moore located in Houston, Texas. She is a proud Florida State University Alumni. Prior to working at Walter P Moore, she worked in education as a kindergarten teacher and curriculum coordinator for 5 schools. Britney has been in parking for 3 years and is responsible for managing an annual budget for the national parking team, assists in marketing efforts, and coordinates all business development strategies from conferences to client events.
When Britney is not chasing her two boys, she enjoys the outdoors, college football (Go Seminoles!) and traveling. Britney is an active member of the Texas Parking and Transportation Association, where she serves on the host committee. She is also active in International Parking and Mobility Institute. Like most parking professionals, parking is an industry that Britney fell into by chance and she’s enjoyed every minute thus far.
Transportation Business Manager
Dallas Fort Worth Airport
Bio to come.
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