January 2018 Monthly Chapter Event
Leadership is not a Solo Sport -- Super Powers for Project Leaders!
Susan Schwartz, PMP
PMIWDC Non-Member Rate
About the Presentation
Prepare for the Super Bowl with Super Powers...
Attend PMIWDC's PM Talks on January 16th 2018 with...
"Leadership is not a Solo Sport -- Super Powers for Project Leaders!" by Susan Schwartz
With the Super Bowl right around the corner, do you wish you had the Super Powers to be the best Project Leader that you could be? Do you wish you had the tools to become the MVPL (Most Valuable Project Leader) on your team? Well, now you can!
Join PMIWDC for a New Year, at a New Venue, and Kickoff our NEW 2018 Program PM Talk sessions with Susan Schwartz. PMP in learning "Leadership is not a Solo Sport -- Super Powers for Project Leaders!" and begin your training program to hone the four superpowers every project manager has within themselves to become a Most Valuable Project Leader (MVPL).
This interactive session will help you get ready to start 2018 with a professional bang as you learn how to leverage your personal team leadership superpowers. Come prepared to participate in a scrimmage session that will help you flex your project leader muscles as you:
- integrate the facets of the Diamond Leadership Model
- enhance skills mapped by PMI’s Talent Triangle
- channel your innate leadership capabilities
- discover how to become the best person you can be
You do not want to miss this great opportunity! We hope to see you there!
1960 Chain Bridge Road
McClean, VA, 22102
Chapter Members: $35
5:30PM - Registration Opens & Networking Reception Begins
5:30 PM - PMIWDC Members Only Book Club Meeting
7:00 PM - PM Talk
8:00 PM - Presentation Concludes
About the Speakers
Susan Schwartz, PMP
Susan Schwartz works to support and promote the project management profession as a volunteer for PMIWDC. She currently serves on the Governance Board as a Director-at-Large.
Throughout her career she led a variety of government and corporate teams successfully through organizational change bringing projects to completion – on time and under budget. She credits the cross-functional, global team successes to a combination of process review, crucial conversations, and knowledge sharing strategies.
For the past six years, she has been an adjunct professor at George Mason University Learning solutions teaching project management and leadership courses. Additionally, she facilitated educational seminars for the Project Management Institute, The Association of Talent Development, The American Society of Quality, and the Society for Human Resources.
This past January, Susan released her first book, Creating a Greater Whole: A Project Manager‘s Guide to Becoming a Leader which unlocks the not-so-secret secrets of what aspiring managers need to become strong leaders. It’s practical “outcome-tested” strategies and thought-provoking questions offer readers a means to craft a personalized framework to help them learn how to help people come together to create something larger than themselves.
About the Monthly Dinner Meetings
The PMIWDC Monthly Dinner Meetings are held at the Sheraton Tysons (8661 Leesburg Pike, Tysons, VA 22182), typically on the third Tuesday of each month (subject to change due to holidays and venue/speaker availability). Members and non-members are welcome to join us for the best speakers and networking the Washington, DC area has to offer.
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).