The 7 Deadliest Communication Sins of Project Managers
How Our Habits of Communication Unknowingly Undermine Project Results
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This interactive session introduces project managers to the seven biggest communication mistakes taking place in and around their project teams. These communication mistakes are the most common communication habits engaged in by project managers, project team members and stakeholders at all levels.
In this program project managers will easily be able to recognize and resonate with all seven of this communication sins, be able to identify specific ways they manifest and simple ways to turn around these negative and limiting communication habits.
Specific learning objectives for this session include:
- Learn the 7 most common and damaging interpersonal communication mistakes project managers make every day!
- Exploration of the key reasons these communication mistakes occur. Discuss and decide which of these 7 deadliest communication mistakes are the biggest culprit on the participants’ own workplace.
- Identify simple strategies for eliminating these communication habits from participants’ own communication style and how to help others do the same.
- The 3 levels at which these communication sins occur that impact communication in 21 different contexts
Fairview Park Marriott
3111 Fairview Park Drive
Falls Church, VA, 22042
Corporate table for 10: $550
Chapter Members: $45
About the Speakers
Skip Weisman, The Leadership & Workplace Communication Expert, spent the first 20-years of his career serving as CEO for five different professional baseball franchises.
Skip was promoted to CEO of his first baseball team at just 26 and the leadership growing pains he fought through are fodder for the leadership communication lessons his audience experience in his talks.
During his career Skip annually managed multiple projects getting his teams and his stadiums ready for each season. His most challenging and rewarding project management experience was working on a baseball stadium construction project that opened a 4,500 seat stadium in just 71-days from the first shovel in the ground.
Since 2001 Skip has been working with organizational leaders, and their teams, in virtually every industry to create high-performance results by transforming interpersonal communication skills.
Since 2011 and the release of his signature white paper report, The 7 Deadliest Sins of Leadership & Workplace Communication, he has presented to more than 10,000 people at national and international conferences for the Project Management Institute, The Society for Human Resource Management and many business and trade organizations across the United States and Canada.
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The presentations are educational and informative to those professionals operating in the field of project management and functioning in leadership roles in industry and government. It is also of great value to those looking to step into the field of Project Management and begin their certification process. Each event will present specific learning points focusing on building a talent triangle of technical, leadership, and strategic and business management skills, unique to the presenter's area of expertise and the subject matter discussed while directly relating to improving the practice of managing projects and leading others. At each Monthly Chapter Event certified PMPs can earn 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU).