Topic: Professional Day follow up - on leadership and leading day to day
At the 2019 Professional Day in September, the keynote and one of the afternoon sessions focused on the neuroscience of leadership, and how to understand emotional intelligence to improve leadership skills.
Leadership can be challenging to define, let alone implement/execute – do we realize when we are leading, or does it just become a “second nature” action, depending on the level of your emotional intelligence? Is your leadership style an effective match for your current environment?
Have you updated your day to day project management practice to incorporate any of the principles that were presented? Have you noticed any changes? What are some of the leadership challenges that you face in your practice? Have you found satisfactory solutions to those challenges?
During this meeting, we will discuss our collective experience and challenges on this topic, as well as available suggestions and information on the way that our industry should be approaching these and other questions relating to the profession of Project Management.
This interactive event is an opportunity to gather area Project Managers to discuss issues that affect our work and careers. Participants are encouraged to share their challenging experiences and benefit from the combined knowledge of attendees. Also, this meeting is a great way to network, get answers to your questions about your projects and get greater benefit from your PMI membership. Please bring your challenges, suggestions, valuable articles, or resources on this topic.
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Thursday, November 21st
7:15 AM - 8:45 AM
Christe's in Southgate Plaza, 1056 Union Road
West Seneca, NY 14224
Telephone (716) 712-0808
Beverages and breads will be picked up by PMI! Attendees can individually purchase other menu items.
RSVP - Registration
1.5 PDUs. You will need to record your PDUs for this activity. Use PDU activity code C08020191121
Following the guidelines for the new CCR program, the PDU’s for this course may be applied to:
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