January 2018 Luncheon

Date: January 16, 2018
Presenter: Marianne Bell
The Presentation: Navigate for Project Success
Location: Radisson Hotel Saskatoon, 405 20th Str E, Saskatoon

Note: Pay parking is available; presenter meal provided by PMI NSC

Agenda

11:30 am – 12:00 pm  Registration, networking and buffet lunch
12:00 pm – 12:05 pm Welcome, announcements and introductions
12:05 pm – 1:00 pm Presentation
1:00 pm – 1:05 pm Comments and door prizes

For the presentation and a hot buffet, a nominal $27.50 fee is charged for PMI members and $37.50 for non-members.


Marianne BellAbout Marianne

Marianne Bell is a versatile, organized and self-motivated program / project management and business analysis professional with more than 10 years of experience planning and executing strategic solutions that transform and improve the value delivered to both internal and external customers.

She works at the University of Saskatchewan where she has an interim role as accreditation specialist for the College of Medicine and recently co-led their full accreditation visit. She also recently became an independent coach, trainer and speaker with the John Maxwell Team in support of her passion for personal development and continuous learning.

Marianne is also passionate about helping official and unofficial project leaders turn strategy into achievable goals by developing the right mindset, skillset and toolset for navigating themselves and others to the strategic destination they envision but struggle to reach.

Presentation Overview

"Anyone can steer a ship but it takes a leader to chart the course", The Law of Navigation - John Maxwell

Do you steer the ship or chart the course? Join Marianne Bell as she draws upon multiple lessons from leadership guru John Maxwell and her professional experience to speak with you about improving your effectiveness as a project manager. Learn why intentionally growing your leadership skills and applying them to become a person of influence will directly affect the success of the projects you lead.

A common myth about leaders and leadership is that leading and managing are one in the same. John Maxwell teaches that “leadership is about influencing people to follow and management focuses on maintaining systems and processes”. To create positive change and move people in a new direction, the technical systems and processes we learn as project managers alone are not enough - you need influence.

PMI Talent TriangleLearning Objective

In one hour, you will leave with a better understanding of:

  • Four things sccessful people do effectively,
  • four stages of influence,
  • the characteristics a person of influence demonstrates and
  • how navigating for others increases project success.

PMI Talent Triangle Skill

1 Leadership PDU
Please refer to www.pmi.org

Questions regarding the program should be addressed to:
Rama Periasamy, Director of Programs
Phone: 306-881-6298
Email Rama

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