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PDC 2014 Seminar List

 

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PDC 2014 Seminars

 

This years Seminar list.

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Behaviors That Lead to Exceptional Performance

  Author: Neal Whitten Capacity:35

How are your leadership skills? Are you the leader you most want to be? Are you looking for ideas that will step up your effectiveness — ideas that can lead to exceptional performance?
Then look no further. This seminar was created for you!

Building High Performance Project Teams

  Author: Neil Sanderson Capacity:25
This course pulls together the most current and popular theories and writings on this complex topic and presents this amalgamated view in a highly interactive workshop and activity-based approach. Students will understand and have the skills required to build and participate in high-performance project teams and will possess the insight to proactively affect change within their respective organizations by guiding the existing culture to one that promotes high performance.

Leading Without Authority

  Author: Bill Richardson Capacity:25
This course is designed to increase your effectiveness in dealing with people at work and lead them toward accomplishing a common goal, particularly when they do not report directly to you. You will examine the success factors for people working together, and the general leadership skills important to delivering results with people. You also will delve into how best to resolve any competing demands or misaligned goals across a matrix team inhibit progress.
The course covers different perspectives of how to facilitate, motivate and delegate without authority with fellow participants. The course also will invite and challenge learners to see and act differently in the workplace by applying knowledge learned. Within a safe environment, leadership skills can be developed and sharpened.

Risk Management: Driving Excellence through Greater Predictability

  Author: NK Shrivastava Capacity:25

Do your projects get derailed often? Do you think such problems could have been avoided or drastically reduced if there had been an explicit early concern with identifying and resolving the high-risk elements in those projects? Are you looking for a way to drive excellence on your projects? If yes, then this presentation is for you.

Advanced Project Management Techniques

  Author: Tom McGraw Capacity:25
Learn high-level project management methodology, and skills to manage competing demands in constantly changing environments in this project management training course

The Psychology, Art and Science of Gathering Business Requirements

  Author: Anthony Reed Capacity:35

Gathering business requirements is the litmus test for a project’s success. Success is defined as being on time, within scope, and at or below budget. If the requirements are wrong or incomplete, the project will be unsuccessful.

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Chapter Membership

Total Members 658
New members this year 88
PMP® Members 505
CAPM® Members 22
PgMP® Members 4
PMI-SP® Members 1
PMI-RMP® Members 3
PMI-ACP® Members 20
PfMP® Members 1
PMI-PBA® Members 7
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