Jan. 2019: Project Professionals Can Cultivate Self-Awareness

January 17, 2019
6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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Abilities Centre Theatre
55 Gordon Street
Whitby, ON L1N 0J2

Topic: What I am is what I am: How project professionals can cultivate self-awareness

Description: Come join us on January 17th, 2019 at 7:00pm with Geoff Crane as he talks about the importance of self-awareness in project mangement and how when properly applied it can help you achieve your leadership goals.

Listen to Geoff's vast experience and personal stories as he illustrates concrete examples that will help guide you and your team to excellence. Attendees will come away with a deeper appreciation of the human elements of a PMO, as well as important tools with which to steer them. If you have ever struggled to convince stakeholders why they need you, or fought to pull different business units together to work towards a common goal, you won't want to miss this presentation.

PDU's: Leadership 1.5

Speaker Bio:   
Geoffrey “Geoff” Crane is a Canadian public speaker, researcher and entrepreneur. As with a lot of young professionals, when Geoff began his career he had little experience to draw from. Unceremoniously thrown into a job as project manager, he was forced to navigate on his own through the job’s uncertainty and the interpersonal conflicts that arose between competing stakeholders. Bringing these hard lessons to academic life, Geoff has become a thought leader studying emotional intelligence within the project management space.

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Abilities Centre Theatre
55 Gordon Street 
Whitby, ON L1N 0J2

Tickets (HST not included)

  • $17.70 PMI-DHC Members
  • $22.12 Guests/Non-Members
  • $13.27 Guest Students (Student ID required at door)
  • $26.55 PMI-DHC Members at the door
  • $26.55 Guests/Non-members st the door

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