Monday Nov 16 and Tuesday Nov 17

3:00PM to 6:00PM

PMI - REGINA/SOUTH AND NORTH SASKATCHEWAN'S PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE

2 DAYS . VIRTUAL EVENT . SPEAKERS . SPONSORS

Registration Open!! Early Bird Ends: October 15, 2020

 

Virtual Event 

Monday November 16 and

Tuesday November 17

Times

3:00PM to 6:00PM each day

 

Register Here

3:00 to 4:00 pm

Cory Blair - Servant Leadership: What is it?

Rather than putting organizations’ leaders in the position of ultimate authority and power, the Servant Leader methodology is all about the sharing of power and control with those they are responsible for, and getting out of their way to allow them to be their best possible selves at work and at home. The Servant Leadership model promotes those who are servants first- people who have shown an interest to help others and be a part of a team rather than those who seek power and authority.

And the best part of Servant Leadership is the ability for leaders to connect with, build and grow meaningful and authentic relationships with their people in a way that allows them to truly understand them- and build their organization around personal successes.

4:00 to 4:30 Networking

4:30 to 6:00 pm

Dr. Roberta Bondar - Adaptive Leadership 

Adapt adapt adapt.  By the second 'adapt', one should already be there.  Adaptive leadership is one of anticipation and self-awareness while being driven by a learning mindset and possessing the desire and ability to adjust behaviors in order to adapt to different and challenging situations. 

3:00 pm

Sponsor and Speakers

3:00 pm to 3:45 pm

Project of the Year Presentations

3:45 pm to 4:00 pm

Present Project of the Year Award 

4:00 to 4:30 pm

Networking

4:30 to 6:00 pm

Donna Curran - Managing Project Risk: The difference betweeen a project win and a project fail

Create a project win by managing risk effectively in both waterfall and agile methodology. Understand common risk taxonomy, risk management tools and techniques.  

Eighty-three percent of organizations that are high performers in project management practice risk management frequently, while just 49 percent of low performers do so. The practice contributes to a handsome payoff: high performers meet their goals 2.5 times more often and waste 13 times less money than low performers, as found by our 2015 Pulse of the Profession® report.