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Chapter Dinner: Control Freaks, Queen Bees and Workplace Saboteurs: Preventing, Managing and Eliminating your Project Nightmare
Event : 
Chapter Dinner
Date: 
March 19, 2018 (All day)
Speaker(s): 
Paul Pelletier
PDU: 
1.00
PMI Talent Triangle: 
Leadership
Event ID: 
C018180302
Program Description: 

Research shows that more than 70% of workers have been impacted by disrespectful workplace. Disrespect comes in many forms: rudeness, sabotage, gossip, social media posts, bullying, harassment, ignoring, demeaning, controlling and the list goes on. Bad behavior poisons the work environment. Its impact is enormous: disengagement; sick leave; loss of creativity and productivity. It not only creates dysfunctional workplaces, it can impact your projects, clients, reputation and bottom line. 

Fortunately, there are many proactive, preventative measures that you can take to manage disrespect. With many tools and an action plan, you can create an effective strategy to prevent, manage and eliminate your project nightmare. Come and see how!

Special Instructions: 

 

Agenda

5:00 Career Networking Group

5:30 Register, Local Interest Groups (PrCs), Networking 

6:00 New Member Orientation

6:30 Dinner

7:00 Webstream broadcast begins 

7:20 PMI-MN Chapter Business / Intros

7:30 Presentations

8:20 Q & A

 

DINNER

Member            $25

Non-Member    $35 

Walk-Ins            $35

Speaker-Only    $10

Webstream        $10

Partner Discount 10% at Registration

Speaker(s) Bios: 

Paul is a corporate lawyer, project manager, international public speaker, and business executive with over 25 years experience in senior roles in government and industry. A pioneer in the legal profession, Paul fused his law career with project management and has over 15 years in senior management, leading transformational projects and teams. A recognized leader in the project management profession, Paul also serves on the Project Management Institute’s Ethics Member Advisory Group.

During his career, on more than one occasion, Paul realized he was the target of disrespectful workplace behavior and workplace bullying. Workplace bullying can be as harmful at work as it is in schools. Paul knows this from personal experience. He will share his story and how it led to the work he does today. 

Leveraging his experiences, Paul established his consulting business with the goal of raising awareness and inspiring change. He is now an advocate, consultant and expert in strategic workplace bullying management, workplace respect and training. Helping organizations establish strategic policies, programs, and processes for openly, fairly, and effectively addressing workplace bullying is his focus. He is a regular presenter at global conferences and other events. 

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