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Behaviors that Lead to Exceptional Performance by Neal Whitten
October 19, 2015 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Description: Success does not just happen—it is made to happen. Success is born of behaviors and choices that lead to exceptional performance. There are many behaviors that you can embrace that will help you to be your best. In this seminar, Neal Whitten reveals important leading-edge, best-practice, results-oriented leadership behaviors that can promote your professional and personal success. Many of these behaviors you already know but you may not routinely practice. Some of these behaviors—intentionally or not—you may be avoiding.
Then look no further. This seminar was created for you!
Objectives/Agenda of Event:
- Identifying behaviors and actions that lead to exceptional performance
- Learning how to be more on-point and deliberate as a leader
- Assessing your proficiency in key behaviors
- Recognizing your inhibitions that are holding you back from becoming your best
- Identifying your top behaviors with which to focus
- Identifying how to routinely improve and fine tune your performance
- Being coached/mentored by a leading PM industry authority
Dates/Time: Monday, October 19th, 2015, 9:00AM to 4:30PM
PDUs: 7 PDUs in Category A
Neal Whitten is a popular speaker, trainer, consultant, mentor, and best-selling PM author in the areas of leadership, project management and employee development. He has written over 100 articles for professional magazines and is the author of seven books. With over 35 years of front-line leadership and project management experience, Neal has developed and instructed dozens of workshops and presented to many thousands of people from across hundreds of companies, institutions and public organizations. Neal served 23 years with IBM, including ten years in management.
Spark at Lipscomb, 3252 Aspen Grove Dr #9, Franklin, TN 37067
Fees for Event:
$295 for PMPs and Nashville PMI Members.
$325 for non-PMPs and non-members.
Event Registration Close Date and Time: Wednesday, October 14th, 11:59PM
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