Four half-day sessions over two days

Thursday and Friday, November 5-6

REGISTER FOR ALL FOUR SESSIONS
Great deal!
Register for ALL four sessions for:
$250 for PMI-RGC members
$325 for non-PMI-RGC members
$130 for students
 

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Peak Performance for Project Managers

Scott Welle

Scott Welle

Our worlds changed forever in mid-March. Homes converted to our home-offices and Zoom became a substitute, not a supplement, for human contact. 

One thing the pandemic hasn’t changed? The principles of peak performance. Join Scott Welle, #1 Best Selling Author and Founder of Outperform The Norm, as he shares the strategies used by high achievers to be your best:

  • Establish a peak performance routine by utilizing the “Vital 4%” 
  • Challenge limiting beliefs about your performance standards that may be holding you back
  • Boost positivity and happiness by up to 30%
  • Enhance communication style and feedback to inspire and motivate your team members

This dynamic, high-energy workshop will help you raise your personal standard of excellence and give you an effortless action plan to put into play immediately. Please join!

Create a Winning Workforce

Motivating Employees and Resolving Conflicts

DJ Heckes

In today’s work environment, it is more important than ever to motivate employees and create a collaborative culture. This presentation with DJ Heckes will walk you through major overview of business management to develop a strong, cohesive workforce that embraces crucial conversations for conflict resolution. This will allow you to boost employee engagement and create a winning workforce.

 

WORKSHOP AGENDA

  • Information from Attendees
  • Major Overview of the Business Management
    • Vision
    • Mission
    • Core Values (Purpose)
  • Motivated Workforce
  • Crucial Conversations/Conflict Resolution
  • Case Study Applying the Above Principles

    *Real Life Business Story-Four Step Process

Project Leadership - What's In it for You?

Susan Junda

Why should you care about becoming an effective project leader?

Why should you work at becoming an effective project leader? 

Because it will FREE you – and you’ll be able to manage more with ease and LESS STRESS!

The truth is THE number one job of ANY type manager is to develop their “people”, or in our case, our team members.  In this course we will look at the process and benefits of “letting go of control” and developing your team through the content areas of:  1) team development and it’s connection to the basic project life cycle and high performance teams, 2) leadership skills and styles and when it’s best to use each one and 3) delegation which is at the heart of letting go….because the more work YOU do, the LESS MOTIVATED your team becomes!  So take the leap and join us for this interactive and engaging session!

Adapting from a Project to a Product Approach

Dean Kynaston and Steve Ostermiller

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Dean Kynaston Steve Ostermiller

The days of managing short-term projects are being replaced by days of developing long-lived, value-creating products. Enduring products require long-lived, nearly permanent teams who solve customer problems supported by nimble, adaptive organizations and leaders. In this session we’ll discuss how organizations can adapt to this paradigm shift as well as keys for pursuing value over specifications (outcomes over outputs). We’ll also discuss keys for effective product ownership, which may include customer interviews, prioritization techniques, story mapping, stakeholder management and redirecting. Learn the skills needed by product owners to keep your product relevant in this ever-changing, demanding world.