PMINJ 2018 February Meeting 

20 February 2018 - Bridgewater - Marriott

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PDP Information

Program Number: C020-20180220
More than A Silver Bullet - Lost Keys to Higher Performing Teams
Category: A
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)
PDUs: - 1.5
Leadership - 1.5
Strategic - 0.0
Technical - 0.0

Abstract

When teams are not performing at their highest levels a quest begins. The leadership teams search for, and are often heard to be asking for, a silver bullet.

Silver bullets can only address one problem – only solve one problem. Your teams are more complex than any single issue, any single problem.

In this discussion about the keys to higher performing teams, how these teams can be strategically critical in this digital age, we will demonstrate how putting these key success parameters in place can improve your teams’ performance levels. Higher performance levels translate to higher productivity and profitability.

Takeaways:

  • The impact of our times – how the digital age and globalization affect our teams and the culture of performance
  • Up to 7 actions you can take immediately to improve the competencies in the Key Success Parameters of high performing teams
  • An in-depth discussion of at least one of the Key Success Parameters.
This isn’t a talk or a presentation. It is a discussion. This means that you will be participating. During the course of the evening there will be several opportunities to get to know your colleagues and fellow project management professionals at a deeper level. You will also be working together to craft suggestions and solutions for bringing your teams to higher levels of performance. So bring your wisdom, your perspectives, and your participation – you’ll leave with suggestions, actions, and the potential to rev your teams performance evolution!

Speaker

Monthly Speaker

Bio:
Kimi Hirotsu Ziemski founded KSP Partnership believing that the power of teams can be amplified and the productivity – and profitability - increased. With nearly 30 years with AT&T – repeatedly occupying a spot within the top 10% – and over 10 years in volunteer leadership with PMI she has made a study of what makes team perform well – and what doesn’t. Her audiences enjoy, learn, and apply – join us!

She is an author and speaker on how culture and women in leadership affect organizations and productivity…and offers you something of value to use immediately to take your teams to higher levels of performance. 

Other Meetings:

Meet the Board

Topic: Open Networking

Join PMINJ Board members to discuss the status and plans for the chapter. Bring you suggestions and comments to share.

Career Networking LCI

Topic: New Year, New Job Search Resolutions

The New Year is a clean slate – an opportunity to revise your job search goals and methods. Are you ready to change what didn’t work last year? To take control of your job search and career? Learn six ways to jump start your job search and increase your chances to land a new position.

 Elise Prezant, Career Counselor and Project Coordinator at Jewish Family Service of Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren Counties, has over 20 years of experience providing employment and vocational rehabilitation services. Her appealing suggestions may be just what you need to find those “hidden” jobs and capture the attention of decision-makers. Spend an hour with Elise and mold 2018 into a career juggernaut!

 Join us for this casual session before the dinner meeting, bring your business cards, and have fun.

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