Dec 5

Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® Prep Class

offered by the PMI North Carolina Chapter

Dec 6

Becoming a Person of Influence

An interactive workshop exploring practical tools to effectively influence people who don’t report to us.

Dec 6
Dec 17

Reindeer Run - Fayetteville

Community Service Event

Jan 3

Jacksonville Satellite Meetings

Speaker & Topic TBD

Jan 6

Ballantyne Satellite Meeting

Speaker & Topic TBD

Jan 6

Fort Mill Satellite Meeting

Topic & Speaker TBD

Jan 8

Mooresville Satellite Meeting

Topic & Speaker TBD

Jan 12

Asheville Satellite Meeting

Doug DeCarlo: Topic TBD

Jan 15

WLKN Satellite Meeting

Speaker & Topic TBD

 

Announcements

January Chapter Meeting

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2015 Call for Speakers

The Metrolina Chapter of PMI is a diverse community of project management professionals who are dedicated to promoting the professional and educational development of its members. 

Speaking opportunities include the monthly chapter meetings, monthly satellite meetings, workshops and our annual Professional Development Day.The chapter meeting generally attracts 100 to 125 attendees. The audience includes PMI members and affiliates from other educational and professional organizations. Click here for more information.

Becoming a Person of Influence

As project managers, we are all too familiar with the problem of being accountable for things where we don’t have any power over, right?

How much easier would it be if we just had the power to tell people “do it or else!?” The reality is that we don’t (and likely won’t) have the formal positional power to make people do things. In fact, even if we did, using positional power gets compliance, but not great performance.

This is further complicated by the fact that most of us didn’t set out to be project managers - we were experts in some other field when our boss said “I’d like to have you work on this project management thing….”

Just as the PMBOK gives us a great framework to get projects done, there is another body of knowledge about how to influence others.  In this workshop, we will be tackling some of the essential components of how to effectively influence people who don’t report to us. To register for this event, click here.

Vounteer Event: Second Harvest Food Bank

More details about Second Harvest:

SHFBM is the largest hunger fighting agency in 19 counties of North and South Carolina. Last year, we distributed over 45 million pounds of food and grocery items to individuals in need through our over 650 partner agencies. Volunteers help us sort, inspect and pack food and other items for distribution to people at risk of hunger. Last year over 47,000 volunteers donated over 132,000 hours and there was still work to be done. One hour of your time provides the Food Bank with $21.79 in labor savings. To register for this event, click here.