Team building activities, when done well, can improve personal relationships. The primary purpose is to assist team members to work together effectively. But, let’s face it…we are all adults here. So, is it really necessary and does it really work?

The PMBoK® Guide states, “Team building is crucial to project success. Changes in a project environment are inevitable, and to manage them effectively, a continued or renewed team-building effort should be applied.”

In this presentation you will:

  • Learn how to access your team to determine which team building activities would be beneficial;
  • Explore different types of team-building;
  • Get to know other PMI members through team-building exercises;
  • Share success and opportunities in team-building;
  • Obtain access to resources to PLAN-CHECK-DO-ACT team building exercises.


Regina Carroll (PMP)

Regina Carroll has over two decades of leading teams and projects in a variety of roles. She has a BS degree in Communication from the University of Kentucky and just obtained her PMP certification in September of 2015. She is currently at the Division of Medicaid Systems Office of Administrative and Technology Services (OATS) with the Cabinet for Health & Family Services. She has held corporate training and management positions with Fortune 100 companies and most recently held a position as Chapter Chair at SCORE Lexington.

 When: Thursday, November 19th (11:30am – 1:00pm)

Where: Jefferson Davis Inn (JDI Grille and Tavern), 319 Cedar St. Lexington, KY 40508


  • 11:30am: Networking
  • 11:45am: Lunch Served
  • 12:00pm: Program Begins


About the PMI® Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter:

The PMI Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter is recognized as a dynamic organization for professional project managers dedicated to serving the business, academic and government communities of central Kentucky and the advancement of project management – adding value to our members, our community, and our profession.

We want to be your authoritative source for project management information in Central Kentucky.