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PMINJ 2007 Sunday Seminar 

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Sunday Seminar

07 May 2007

Randolph - Skylands


Engaging Teams for Competitive Advantage - Sustained Performance

For Sunday Seminar:
Abstract
Speaker Bio
Agenda - 4 PDUs
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For Monday Symposium

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Amanda Levy

Abstract

Bio

Situation: Organizations are increasingly turning to projects and project management professionals to initiate and deliver strategic results fundamental to their success in an ever dynamic, competitive, global environment. Once seen as primarily technical managers, PMs are now at the leading edge of organizational and strategic change – both for their companies and for their clients. And then there is the need for on time, within budget, value-add outcomes - not to mention on-going demands for ‘more with less’!

In this seminar we will explore ways, means and opportunities for the PM, the Project Interactive Team Members - and the Team as a whole - to be and do their best.

Workshop:
  • ways to add human resources - without adding to headcount
  • means to enhance contribution - without increasing compensation
  • methods for improving synergy ? morale – without ‘inducement’
  • strategies for creating an environment in which individuals and teams flourish – now, and into the future.
Process: Highly interactive

Materials: Handouts with key concepts, cases, recommended readings

Benefits: Participants will walk away with
  • An appreciation of their strengths – and their value to the team
  • An understanding of why engaging each and every individual on the team will improve resources, relationships, performance, results, and morale.
  • Techniques for immediate, practical application – most at little cost – other than effort!
  • Strategies for enhanced, sustainable contributions
  • A greater sense and experience of collegial networking / synergy.
Time: 3.5 hours of dedicated time, plus two 15 minute breaks.

Amanda is co-founder of the Positive Workplace Alliance (PWA), a dynamic group of seasoned business professionals focused on helping organizations establish and maintain workplaces where individuals flourish - and the organization itself thrives in meeting its mission.

As a partner in Andros Consultants for the last twenty years, Amanda's practice  focuses on organizational change - enhancing personal, team and organizational cohesion, engagement and performance.

Ever in search of 'the better way', Amanda became an avid student of the emerging science of positive psychology. Over recent years she and PWA co-founder Jocelyn Davis have developed its applications to the business world specifically.

Amanda and Jocelyn are presently applying these applications in the Masters program 'Managing Project Teams' at the Clark School of Engineering, Project Management Program at the University of Maryland.

Agenda

PDP Information

Registration: 12:30
Start: 1:00
Break: 2:15
Break: 3:30
End: 5:00 (3.5 PDUs)

Program Number: C020-050607
Program Title: Engaging Teams for Competitive Advantage ? Sustained Performance
PDUs: 3.5
Category Type: 3 
Subject Areas 
Knowledge: 10 
Process: 6 
Application/Specific Interest Groups: 30 
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter - C020


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