Noontime Knowledge - Credible Leadership in Project Management

Power Skills

As the world falls deeper into economic downturns and armed conflicts, as communities become more heatedly partisan, and as many workplaces show growing signs of disengagement, it is fundamentally important that project managers understand the importance of credibility and how to gain it in order to build personal and organizational success.  Presentation objectives:

1.  How we gain and lose credibility with our stakeholders

2.  Credical success factors for developing high-performing teams

3.  Impact of emotional maturity on project outcomes

Corey Isaacs is a Contract Specialist with the United States Air Force, specializing in service contracts and implementing these unique services for the federal government. As a member of a high-tempo team, he works to ensure his customers receive the value and impact necessary to achieve successful outcomes. Corey graduated from Lubbock Christian University with a B.A. in Communications in 2009 and a M.S. in Leadership in 2012. He also earned his MBA from Texas Tech University in 2021. Corey has conducted research on organizational structure and leadership as a graduate student, focusing on the impact of ethical and moral leadership on strategic initiatives. Corey currently holds his Project Management Professional certification from the Project Management Institute and the Certified Professional Public Buyer certification from the Universal Public Procurement Certification Counci

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Type of category: Noontime Knowledge (Virtual)

Type of activity: Power Skills

Date: November 11th, 2022

Hour: 12:00PM to 1:00PM

Number of PDUs: 1


Students: Free

Members: Free

Non members: $15.00


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