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San Diego Manager-Tools (MT) Meetup - 11/18/2009 (Wed)

Here is the agenda for the San Diego Manager-Tools (MT) Meetup scheduled for 11/18/2009 (Wednesday):

6:00 pm - 6:20 pm: Meet & Greet, Introductions, Food*

6:20 pm - 7:00 pm: Topic - How to Set Annual Goals (3 part podcast series)

7:00 pm - 7:25 pm: Open Discussion (advice, suggestions, help, etc)

7:25 pm - 7:30 pm: Hot Wash / Next Meeting Decisions

* Food = We will be ordering pizza and drinks. We plan to split the cost between the attendees.

The location this month is at:

Diversified Business Solutions
9765 Clairemont Mesa Blvd
Suite C
San Diego, CA 92124

RSVP - 619-631-4433 or [email protected]

We hope folks in the San Diego area, and the south Orange County / Riverside County areas can join us!

Steve Holden

P.S. The group does not meet in December. At this point we don't have a topic for our January 2010 meeting which is currently scheduled for 1/20/2010

jrumple's picture
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Thanks again to everyone who came to this meetup. It was great to meet everyone and be welcomed into the group.

We had a great discussion about goals and everyone helped trying to find ways of setting goals within some existing systems. I was glad to know that I'm not the only one struggling with setting goals for soft skills, and the discussion produced some great ideas.

If you're in the area, I recommend coming to the next meeting in January. We're thinking about starting off the year with Feedback.

San Diego

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I'd also like to thank everyone for letting me join in to see how an effective meet up is run.  Everyone was inviting and I quickly felt like I was part of the group.  I learned some valuable lessons that I hope to use to start a meet up in LA. 

Who knows... maybe by this time next year we'll be able to create a bowling league!

  Thanks again,

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It was great having some additional guests show up for our meeting! The conversation was great, and I personally got a lot out of it. Thanks, everyone!!!

Matt Spindler