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PMINJ 2014 IPM Day Speakers 

06 Nov 2014

Somerset, NJ - The Palace

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Speakers


Speaker Topic
David Dye The Seven Things Your Team Needs to Hear You Say
Eric Kulikowski 1 - The ABC’s of KPI’s: Selecting Metrics That Drive World Class Behaviors and Results
2 - Why Should They Care: Overcoming The Resistance To Change
David Maurer International Crisis: Project Management on the Edge on the webpage
Rita Mitjans Leveraging Social Responsibility to Drive Engagement and Business Value

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David Dye

Bio:
David M. Dye is the founder and president of Trailblaze, Inc, a Denver-based leadership coaching, consulting and training business.  David specializes in working with leaders at every level to improve organizational efficiency, communication, and employee motivation.  He started his career teaching leadership, history, and public speaking to urban high school students. He went on to serve as an elected city councilman and as Chief Operating Officer for Colorado UpLift where he trained leaders and helped build organizations in New York, Orlando, Phoenix, and Portland. Dye is known for his optimism, for making difficult concepts understandable, and for moving leaders to immediate, practical action. David holds a master's degree in nonprofit management, a B.A. in political science, and is a member of the American Society of Training and Development and the National Speakers Association.

Topic:

The Seven Things Your Team Needs to Hear You Say

Abstract:

Engaged and motivated teams are essential to your members' success. In this interactive presentation, you will gain specific phrases, tools, and inspiration to cultivate an energized, innovative, productive team. It doesn’t require buckets of charisma – teams just need to hear these seven things.

Do you ever wish your team was more engaged, would get more done, or solve more problems on their own? Are you frustrated, working harder and harder, but not seeing results? Do you feel like your team doesn’t hear you? If so, you’re not alone. Whether you’re a veteran executive or have just been thrust into your first leadership role, David is a leadership speaker who can provide you and your staff with practical tools to get more done, build teams that care, and achieve results through keynotes, workshops, and staff training.

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Eric Kulikowski

Bio:
Since studying Engineering at the University of Dayton, Eric has been dedicated to pursuing excellence. Success is built on a platform of employee engagement, cultural significance and change leadership.

 As a senior Operations leader for Philips, Eric inspired a highly engaged team to become a world-class operation and the region’s employer of choice. Industry Week Magazine and Assembly Magazine separately recognized his plants as being the best factories in North America.

 Eric started Dare to be Amazing to help leaders make change possible. Leaders engage with Eric because they want to discover proven ways to thrive in the chaos surrounding them.

Topic:

The ABC’s of KPI’s: Selecting Metrics That Drive World Class Behaviors and Results

Abstract: 

Traditionally, business metrics or key performance indicators (KPI’s) have been defined as any type of measurement used to gauge some quantifiable component of a company's performance. But do these KPI’s engage the head, heart and hands of every employee in the organization? Not always. Effective metrics not only measure the performance of the business but they also inspire and drive the desired behaviors in the employees.

Topic:

Why Should they Care?”

Abstract:

CHANGE. The difference between success and failure comes down to the level and quality of leadership engagement. To transition from vision to results, engaging leaders ensure teammates understand why change is necessary, how it will impact the company and employees, and what will be done to make change successful. Engaging leaders help employees grasp why they should care. Presentation explores a four-element model to make that possible.

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Dave Maurer

Bio:
As a professional speaker, performance consultant, and trainer, Dave Maurer offers a variety of relevant topics for diverse groups and organizations.  His audiences and clients have included the World Bank, the CIA, the FBI, the U.S. Marshals Service, the Department of Homeland Security, the Defense Finance and Accounting Service, the U.S. Marine Corps, the U.S. Air Force, several PMI chapters, the Performance Institute, and both large and small enterprises in the private sector.  Dave currently leads a global training program spanning all 50 states, 15 countries and 2 U.S. Territories in support of the Labor Department and the U.S. military.  He’s a native of Trenton, New Jersey and earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Seton Hall University. He was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Army’s Adjutant General Corps and served in a wide variety of command and staff positions in the United States and overseas throughout his 22-year military career.

Topic:

International Crisis: Project Management on the Edge on the webpage

Abstract:

All projects offer us lessons learned, while the Cuban Missile Crisis actually teaches us the value of the reasoned, iterative, measured, and deliberate approach required of project managers everywhere and at all levels.  The magnitude of these events serves to highlight, perhaps more so than any project in recent history, the importance of observing the rules of engagement, adhering to the plan, demonstrating creativity when appropriate and possible, and perhaps most significantly of all – it highlights the value of stalwart leadership in the face of legitimate dissent.

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Rita Mitjans

Bio:
Rita Mitjans currently serves as Chief Diversity & Corporate Social Responsibility Officer for ADP.  In this role, Rita leads ADP’s global diversity, inclusion and corporate social responsibility efforts, including setting the strategy, establishing clear metrics / benchmarks and developing a roadmap that aligns the activities of the company’s Resource Groups and supports ADP’s ability to attract and retain the best talent.  Rita has a diverse background in marketing and sales, strategy, investor relations, and benefits at companies including ADP, Bankers Trust Company, and Deutsche Bank AG. Rita serves on the Catalyst, Inc. Board of Advisors, the Council for Global Diversity & Inclusion Executives at the Conference Board and the Foundation Board of New Jersey City University.  She holds a master's degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration and a bachelor's degree, summa cum laude, from St. John's University.

Topic:

Leveraging Social Responsibility to Drive Engagement and Business Value

Abstract:

In today’s highly competitive and global workplace, finding and keeping the best talent is paramount to achieving sustained profitability and growth. The employment value proposition for today’s talent is more than just building marketable skills like strategic planning, project management and analysis – it requires companies engage the heart, not just the mind. Learn how a leading Fortune 500 company is leveraging Social Responsibility to drive it’s people and business strategy.

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