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Using Communications to Create More Effective Project Management
Price: 
$0.00
Event: 
Careers PMI-MN
Date: 
September 17, 2018 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Venue Address: 
Crowne Plaza Mpls AIRPORT
Three Appletree Square
Bloomington , MN 55425
PDU: 
0.00
PMI Talent Triangle: 
Leadership
Event ID: 
C01820180904X
Program Description: 

Communication is more than a means to an end. It's one of your most important leadership tools. If you want to learn how to:

1. Get your change sponsor to stand up and lead the change;
2. Get greater accountability of your project team members;
3. Build more productive working relationships;
4. Overcome the cultural norms, dysfunction and resistance;

then you'll want to attend this session. You will come away with specific communication tools (not usually taught to Project Managers) to overcome barriers, build greater participation and engagement from your team. Be prepared for a lively and engaging session!

Speaker(s) Bios: 

​Sayre Darling works at the intersection of leadership, culture, change and growth. She has a robust tool kit of tools to work through ambiguity, everyday dysfunction, unusually large crises and the normal angst of risk management and growth. 

Sayre (pronounced say-er) is goal-oriented, a systemic thinker, possessing a strong business acumen, a keen sense of humor, and a deep understanding of the impact of leadership and organizational culture on change initiatives and implementing strategies. Her portfolio of experience and coaching has included work in start-ups, professional associations, professional service organizations, IT and HR departments, and significant work in health care providers, insurers and medical device companies.

Sayre has demonstrated competencies in leadership coaching, large-scale organizational change, strategy development and implementation, member/stakeholder communications, management/labor issues, brand development and management, integrated marketing and communications planning and implementation, and crisis prevention and mitigation. 

She received her coaching accreditation as an ICF (International Coach Federation) credentialed coach from The Hudson Institute, Santa Barbara, Calif.; her Master’s in Business Communications (MBA with a communications focus) is from the University of Saint Thomas, Minneapolis; and her Bachelors of Arts in Journalism is from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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