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PMINJ 2008 IPM Day Speakers

06 Nov 2008

Somerset, NJ - The Palace

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Speakers


Speaker Topic
Wendy Blumenstein Clear Away Barriers that Detour Project Delivery
Dr. Martha M. Geaney Authentic Leadership: Where Do We Go From Here?
Steve Hegele Energizing Critical Relationships for Project Success
Bruce S. Schlein
Citi Environmental Initiatives

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Wendy Blumenstein

Bio:
Wendy Blumenstein is founding partner of Momentum Partners, LLC, a firm focused on getting better results faster in today’s demanding business environment.  Serving a wide variety of industries: healthcare/pharmaceutical, consumer products, professional services,   she brings over 30 years of solid business experience to her multi-professional practice.   With expertise ranging from facilitating extraordinary business results to resolving management, team and organizational challenges, she provides consulting, training and coaching to enhance business competencies and outcomes with leaders and teams from Asia, Latin America, Europe and the US. 

Her work is published in Executive Excellence and American Society of Training and Development training library.  Sample client list: AIG, several of the J&J companies, Kraft, Novartis, Merck, Rohm & Haas.

Topic:

Clear Away Barriers that Detour Project Delivery

Abstract:

Are you always wondering what will make your projects more efficient?  Do you question how you can more effectively engage team members, so they are accountable to deliver what is needed?

As a Project Manager, it is not just your technical capability in the area of Project Management that is key to your success.  It is your talent in engaging team members to deliver the desired results in the allotted timeframe.  A key competency determines how successful you are at work, and when misused, it is a major contributor to conflict and inefficiency.  It affects how proficiently you and your team produce results, and how effectively you energize others in contributing their part to delivering on the team goal on-time. 

Come to this presentation as we reveal unseen barriers that that derail team members, and learn how to use the skill to influence greater performance and better results.

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Dr. Martha M. Geaney

Bio:
Martha Geaney, President of The Geaney Group, focuses on leadership development, transformational change, organizational behavior and processes, conflict management, and facilitation for organizations, teams, and individuals to achieve specific business results. She has over 25 years of sales and delivery consulting experience in global management and systems integration firms. As a delivery consultant, Martha has led strategic solution groups to deliver change processes and technologies. As the global leader of an international change practice, Martha designed and led a $100M sales and delivery change initiative that impacted 35,000 employees in the United States and Europe. She is proficient in group processes, conflict, communication and change management, and learning strategies.

Topic:

Authentic Leadership: Where Do We Go From Here?

Abstract:

What unique attributes do you bring to your organization? How are you developing your leadership competencies? What are critical leadership behaviors in the global 21st century? This presentation provides the insights gleaned by the speaker during inteviews with business executives. Specific leadership characteristics such as emotional intelligence, listening, building community, foresight, and visioning are discussed. Participants have an opportunity for self-discovery to determine what leadership characteristics are important to them and their organization.

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Steve Hegele


Bio:
Steve Hegele is an expert at helping organizations uncover the critical issues that limit their performance and take actions that lead to measurable improvement.  He is the founder and CEO of the Hegele Academy, established in 2004 to help organizations improve internal and external relationships, enhance communication, leverage the genuine energy and build commitment.  Hegele holds degrees in both Communication and Psychology.  In his career he has worked for Northwestern Mutual, The Boy Scouts of America, Dale Carnegie Training and Palen/Kimball. Hegele lives his business motto: Knowledge is important, execution is essential!

Topic:

Energizing Critical Relationships for Project Success

Abstract: 


Build, grow and develop personal and professional relationships that improve productivity and quality of life.  Learn the 8 dynamics that enhance energy in all relationships and learn how to identify the 8 dynamics that erode and deteriorate our most critical relationships.  This workshop provides an introduction on how to create and build the right kind of energy within project teams and situations that will ultimately improve quality, enhance efficiency, build trust, improve loyalty, sales, and lead to better project results and improved bottom line!

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Bruce S. Schlein

Bio:
Bruce Schlein joined Citi in 2006 as Vice President of Environmental Affairs after having worked as a sustainability specialist for Bechtel on oil and gas and civil projects in China and Romania. Previously, he worked for international development agencies including Save the Children, Catholic Relief Services in Bosnia Herzegovina, and the U.S. Peace Corps in Papua New Guinea. Bruce is a graduate of Cornell University and holds a Masters in International Affairs from Johns Hopkins Nitze School of Advanced International Studies.

Topic:

Citi Environmental Initiatives

Abstract:

Environmental issues – particularly climate change – are increasingly influencing how companies consider and integrate associated risks and opportunities across their business and operations. Citi’s investments and financing, enhanced due diligence, resource management, engagement with stakeholders, and philanthropic activity provide insight into how a financial institution is both leading and responding to this growing trend.


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