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Chapter Dinner: Making Change Happen
Event : 
Chapter Dinner
February 17, 2020 - 5:30pm to 8:20pm
PMI-MN Leadership
Scott Welle
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Program Description: 

This is an interactive session where members will map out their objectives for 2020, and with the help of Scott will reverse engineer the objectives to identify what actions they need to take on a monthly basis to ensure objectives are met. This will be particularly useful for members who are working in PMOs, Portfolios, Programs and Projects - especially those involved in objectives, planning and benefits management.

Come early and join the New Member Orientation where we will be hosting a new member orientation for those PMI MN that are attending the February Dinner meeting and would like to find out more about what PMI MN can offer you! Please stop by our new member orientation session from 5:45 pm - 6:15 pm for more information!

Special Instructions: 


5:30 - 6:30 New Member Orientation (New Members)

6:00 Arrival & Networking (Dinner Attendees)

6:30 Dinner

7:20 PMI-MN Chapter Business / Intros

7:30 Presentations

8:20 Q & A



Member            $25

Non-Member    $35 

Walk-Ins            $35

Speaker-Only    $15

Webstream        $10


Full refunds, less a $5 cancellation fee per registration, available through February 15. 

Speaker(s) Bios: 

Scott Welle is a #1 international best selling author, speaker and founder of Outperform The Norm, a leading program for business leaders and athletes driven to raise their game and perform at the highest level.

Scott’s nine best selling books, articles, videos, podcasts and online programs inspire hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. He has a Master’s degree in Sport Psychology and serves on advisory committees of three national level organizations. He regularly speaks and consults with top performing executives, sales professionals and entrepreneurs, as well as elite athletes, all with one common goal: to OUTPERFORM.

Scott enjoys pushing his own physical and mental limits, completing five Ironman triathlons, 29 marathons and a 100- mile ultra marathon run. He is very close with his brother, Jason. Together they “plod” at least one marathon together each year, laughing the whole way. He serves others by showing them how to tap into the same mindset of challenging their self-limiting beliefs and aspiring to be their best everyday.


New Member Orientation Speaker: Hear from one of PMI Board Members about their experience with PMI MN, and how their involvement as a PMI MN volunteer has enriched their network and career!