Program management is the process of managing several related projects, often with the intention of improving an organization’s performance. In practice and in its aims it is often closely related to systems engineering, industrial engineering, change management, and business transformation.
Wellness Program Management
The return on investment (ROI) related to employee wellness programs typically includes the overall health care cost-savings achieved, as well as productivity increases due to a reduction in sick days taken by employees. Calculating the ROI based on the hard savings numbers provides most companies with the justification for implementing such programs.
We explore the teaching of leadership qualities, including communication, ability to motivate others, and management, to an individual who may or may not use the learned skills in a leadership position.
Supply Chain Management
Supply chain managers have a tremendous impact on the success of an organization. These managers are engaged in every facet of the business process – planning, purchasing, production, transportation, storage & distribution, customer service, and more!
Mary H. McDaniel – Bio
MHM Consultants, LLC
As a Retired Officer of FedEx Express Mary H. McDaniel believes she has an opportunity and responsibility to make a difference in every aspect of life.
For almost thirty-one (31) years Ms. McDaniel made a positive impact on FedEx’s internal and external customers by leading a team of over 400 employees; managing a multi-million dollar operating budget, a multi-million dollar capital budget, and directing the inventory of more than $1.4 billion of owned aircraft parts that supported more than 670 aircraft flying into more than 375 airports in 220 countries worldwide.
By delivering on the objectives, turning challenges into opportunities, and opportunities into successes, Mary McDaniel was the recipient of the Federal Express Star Award, the Federal Express Superstar Award, the coveted President’s Club Award, and the prestigious Federal Express Five-Star Award four times during her career.
Her commitment to making a difference extended well beyond the corporate walls. She is also making a difference in the community by currently serving on the Board of Director of the following organizations: The Women Foundation for a Greater Memphis, The Foundation Board for Southwest Tennessee Community College, and The Paragon Bank Board are just a few. Mary also serves with several civic, social and technical organizations such as The Link’s Inc, Shelby County Chapter, International Aviation Women Association, The Mein-Ann Circle of Friends, and is the President of The Philanthropic Black Women of Memphis.
Throughout her career, Ms. McDaniel has been respected and honored by her colleagues and peers for her business acumen, integrity and performance. She has been featured in national magazines including Corporate Achievers, Ebony, and Women of Color.
Ms. McDaniel has an AS degree Southwest Tennessee Community College, attended Christian Brothers University and has a BS Degree from Bethel University. Also, she is currently serving her second term as Chair of the Board for the Tennessee Alcohol and Beverage Commission and the West TN Commissioner.
As a second half passion to fulfill all that life has to offer, Mary McDaniel is now the president and owner of MHM Investments, LLC for the past five years. This is a consulting firm that offers the following line of services to its clients: Business & Professional Coaching to C-Level Executives, Career Transition Coaching, Career Training, Career Coaching/Counseling, and Contract/Procurement Strategies.