Based on the success and interest from the March chapter meeting , we are doing something different for the June chapter meeting. After dinner, you will have the opportunity to join others who will share their wisdom and provide tips and tricks on a variety of topics. They will present 15 minutes of information before you go onto to meet your next table.
When you check-in, you will be able to pick 4 of the 6 topics.
As we set up the topics, a quick summary of the topics will be posted here:
Conflict Resolution For Project Teams
Deirdre Rogusky, PMP, ITIL v3 Expert, MBA, MSOL
Have you ever run a project that was staying on target only to be delayed or derailed by conflict among the team members? Learn (or be reminded of) a few common sense approaches to avoid conflict or to resolve it quickly should it occur.
Project Manage Your Life
Bernadette Donnelly, PMP
Hone your project management skills by applying proven Project Management methodologies to non-work projects. Whether you are planning a vacation, renovating the bathroom, or writing a book, these tips will help you complete your personal project on time and on budget.
Sustainability Jobs Are a Win-Win for All!
Elaine Jackson, PMP, GPM-b , Holistic PMC
Learn why sustainability is so much more than putting plastics in the plastic bins and paper in the paper bins. What are the problems, solutions, and how to measure and communicate? Review job opportunities for project managers and more.
Going (Han) Solo: Are Rogues and Rebels Really Good for Teams? How to get the most out of them.
Mark Lucas, PMP
Leaders need to make creativity flourish to be successful in a highly competitive world. However some highly creative thinkers can also be disruptive to good team dynamics.
What can leaders do to optimize individual creative thinking and maintain team cohesion and top performance? (Based on an article of the same title)
Practical Leadership Laboratory
Steve Lundquist, PMP, PMI-ACP
Join a gym for your Soft Skills and Leadership skills. Soft skills are the often overlooked attributes that comprise every great leader. Rarely do we spend time developing these important traits such as listing, critical thinking, giving feedback, and time management, but they represent the critical backbone required of every project manager. Learn how you can lead more effectively and efficiently by focusing on improving your soft skills in a practical environment.
Lessons Learned from Mother Nature
Barbara Ransom, PMP
What does it take to keep on going when you think you’re at the end of your rope? Or maybe you need something to kick start something new? Join Barb as she shares some advice inspired by Mother Nature herself. What can you learn from a snow flake?
So, mix and mingle, learn and share, and have fun and meet other members in your chapter.
Please remember to bring an item to donate to the NH Food Pantry!
Portsmouth Country Club
80 Country Club Lane
Greenland, NH 03840
Phone (603) 436-9791
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Early Bird - Dinner Discount Cutoff Date: thru June 16
Member: $30.00 Non-member: $35.00
Skip the dinner: $10.00 - thru June 20
Starting in January, the "Pay at the Door" dinner tickets are no longer available. To receive the Early Bird discount, you will have to use the "Pay Now" ticket options. This will allow our meeting planner to accurately count the number wanting dinner and prevent over payment for preordered dinners when there is a cancellation or no-show.
Our cancellation policy remains the same, at this time. If you pay in advance and are unable to attend, you must send a notice to Director of Events before the event. You will be given a credit for a future chapter meeting.
Thank you for your support in this matter. We will continue to review our policies and if you have feedback, let us know.
|Event Date||06-20-2018 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||06-20-2018 9:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||06-21-2018|
|Cut off date||06-21-2018|
|Location||Portsmouth Country Club, Portsmouth|