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Online Webinar – Recorded August 5th, 2014 Activity Type: Education – Online or Digital Media 1 Hour 1 PDU free Provider: BATimes (Diversified Business Communications REP 1811)
Keeping up in today’s fast-paced world requires a robust skillset!
Not only are project managers expected to manage a colossal amount of projects, they’re expected to direct resources to properly plan for those projects. Often times, those two sides of the business don’t align very well.
Get insights from specialists in the PPM field that can help you take your skillset from project manager to project leader.
Key topics of discussion:
What small tweaks can I make to increase my team’s productivity and my own productivity?
What is the difference between project management and project leadership?
How can I coordinate efforts between teams and departments to increase productivity?
How can I measure my progress on the road to higher productivity?
What types of tools can I use to align management of resources with management of projects?
With the Course You Will Receive:
Access to the Live and Recorded Version of Webinar
Personalized Certificate of Attendance
Copy of Presentation Slides
Deanne Earle PMP (LinkedIn profile@UnlikeBefore ) Director of Unlike Before LTD. – is a sought after keynote speaker and International Project Consultant specializing in delivering business technology projects. A founding member of The Glass Breakers global women’s network, a published author, and expert in the areas of project delivery, management, change and leadership, Deanne challenges the DNA of a company’s leadership where necessary to achieve greater business value from technology projects.
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Live Webinar May 17th, 2016 – 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm EDT
Presented by the Corporate Education Group (REP 1011)
Duration: 1 Hour Credits: 1 Category A PDU – Free PDU
Course ID: MDW1258
Meetings are an opportunity to bring out the best in people in a collaborative, safe environment.
Meetings can also be an incredible waste of time and resources if they’re not managed effectively. Creating an effective meeting involves making a series of conscious choices, and also preparing, conducting, and following through.
This webinar concentrates on how to use meeting effectiveness tools and best practices to promote energizing, focused meetings that produce results; it also provides opportunities to discuss specific meeting challenges and how to successfully facilitate your way to resolution.
What You Will Learn:
Foundation tools to set the stage for meeting effectiveness
Steps and actions to successfully manage the 3 phases of a meeting: Before, During, and After
How to prepare an action agenda
Strategies to keep participants engaged and focused
Facilitation skills and techniques to guide meeting interactions
Guidelines and tips for managing difficult behaviors and situations
Presenter: Crystell Anthony, (LinkedIn profile) M.Ed., MBTI®, CAGS from Northeastern University, and a certified State Trainer for Massachusetts, is a Lead Consultant for Corporate Education Group and Principal and founder of her own consulting company, The Focus Group. Since 1979, Crystell’s training programs are known for containing simplified best practices for easy on-the-job applications and have been successfully installed in organizations across the globe.
Online Webinar – Recorded March 22nd 2011
Offered by ASPE (REP 2161) 1 Category A PDU – Free PDU
Let’s reduce the too often “fire-fighting” method of risk management.
We’ll focus on the 10 empirical, simple rules of risk management.
What’s a discussion of risk without recognizing that a great team is vital in the success of every project? Yet the challenge of creating and maintaining a high functioning team is getting progressively more difficult. We are tasked with different work styles, different cultures, and even different generations.
We’ll review myth of management verses secrets of leadership.
Presenter: Dolores Thomas, PMP, is an accomplished Seminar Leader with n 30 + years of experience in IT and training. Dolores served in various capacities managing projects from initiation to acceptance. She’s been recognized for her achievements in managing technical projects. She assisted countless organizations build their success and has developed & delivered Project Management seminars to business leaders. Delores also holds certifications in CompTIA, IT Project Management Microsoft Project Expert, and certified ScrumMaster.
Live Webinar December 9th, 2015 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EST
Duration: 1 Hour 30 Min Credits: 1 PDU Category A – Free PDU
Presented by: Fissure Corporation (Rep 1026)
Tired of the command and control style of management?
So, stop managing and start coaching! Coaching is the ability to bring out the best in people.
It is the ability to work with a diverse set of team members to help them be creative, empowered and motivated. Coaching is not “command and control”, it is not acting as the benevolent dictator (haven’t we all worked for someone like that?).
Rather, it is the art of asking powerful questions and using powerful language so that the person being coached will come up with answers for him or herself.
The focus is on helping your team members to be resourceful and accountable while getting the job done. Join us for an engaging and interactive presentation.
Key Learning Objectives:
Discover the difference between traditional management and coaching
Find out how and why coaching works
Learn how to develop powerful questions and how to hold people accountable
Building rapport, a key to developing strong relationships
Tips on how to develop a group into a team
Presenter: John Kaman PMP, is a management coach, mentor and educator. John has 22 years of experience in Research and Development Management with both 3M Company and Imation Corp and is currently an Adjunct Professor at the University of Minnesota. He holds a Masters degree in Psychology/Human Development, a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a certificate in Professional Personal Coaching.