Leading and Managing TeamsPosted by EdmontonPM
Leading and Managing Teams
Date: March 25, 2011 9:00 am – 10:00 am PDT
Members (of PMI-SFBAC and sister chapters) Free. Non Members $5 PDUs: 1
This webinar seeks to build on the last Project Management presentation on Multi-Generational Teams providing concepts and theories about how Project Managers can consider their roles within the framework of the Project Management Body of Knowledge.
The webinar will focus on the Project Manager’s “GRAY” areas when leadership and management are conflated adding ambiguity and difficulty to the Project Manager’s role. The webinar will describe:
- What is leading?
- What is managing?
- How to lead and manage change in projects
- Understand the dynamics of work teams
- Improve and sustain group performance
Members of the following chapters are free to join.
- PMI-Lima Peru Chapter
- PMI-Mumbai Chapter
- PMI-Islamabad chapter
- PMI-Japan chapter
Instructors Bio: Roger Lewis
Roger Lewis is a skilled Human Resources (HR) Effectiveness Consultant. Functioning as a project manager or work stream lead for organization strategic initiatives, Roger successfully works in concert with management teams to develop initial recommendations and develops supporting documentation for end-product solutions including assessing and evaluating employee engagement strategies. Roger is known has a competent HR Business Partner instrumental in initiating and driving HR initiatives within those organizations, placing considerable focus on retention, scaling, and culture issues. Roger has assumed key leadership in the areas of Corporate Compensation, Corporate Compliance (Employee Relations), Organization Design, and Human Resource Information Systems in the manufacturing, semi-conductor, technology, education, biotech, and academic industries.
PMI San Francisco Bay Area Chapter
Speaker Exchange Program
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