EVENT SCHEDULE & BREAK-OUT SESSION
INFORMATION COMING SOON!!
Learning Objectives :
This interactive training introduces powerful communication concepts that allow project managers to thrive by focusing on how to communicate to influence at any level, at any time.
Throughout the 6-hour training day participants will be engaged in individual and group activities, including 1:1 role play practice conversations that offer powerful learning opportunities providing immediately applicable skills they can take back to the office and use right away to communicate to influence stakeholders at all levels.
3 Learning Outcomes:
Become a Military Mentor
Find out how to help Military Veterans, active duty, Guard, Reserve
members and their family members transition into the corporate
environment with a career in Project Management.
Mentorship is open to all PMI members.
Training is no-cost to you but seats are limited!
Sign up now to join us July 24th
5:30pm – 7:30pm. In this class you’ll learn:
- WHY Project Management is a natural fit for many Military Veterans.
- HOW military skills and experience are directly transferable to the
Project Management profession.
- HOW you can help them translate military experience into civilian
terminology and progress through the certification process.
- WHAT the PMI and the Central Ohio Chapter can offer to qualified military vetrans and their families.
Panel Discussion on Ethics in Project Management
Presented by PMICOC
Hosted and Sponsored by Navigator Management Partners
Navigator Management Partners is bringing together a panel of leading professionals and experts to discuss the role that ethics plays in Project Management and how to handle ethically “gray” areas.
Oxford Dictionary defines ethics as: (1) the moral principles that govern a person's behavior or the conduct of an activity, or (2) the branch of knowledge that deals with moral principles. PMI’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct states that “ethics is about making the best possible decisions concerning people, resources, and the environment.” Not many individuals would argue against the value of ethics, but deciphering how to use ethical principles to govern our decisions and actions is not always easy.
Most companies, as part of their on-boarding of new employees, require the employee to acknowledge that he or she has received a copy of the company's code of conduct which sets forth the business ethics to which the employee must adhere. But how does one know when a process or objective crosses the line? And what systems are in place for reporting unethical conduct?
Our panelists will dive into these topics, share from their personal experiences, and open up a dialogue that will be thought-provoking and challenge each of you to elevate how you think about ethics. If you have a specific question or topic you would like addressed by the panel, please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We currently have the following panelists in attendance:
Moderated by Bruce Halley, Navigator Management Partners
Registration is now open!!