Where: Penn State University - York Campus (1031 Edgecomb Avenue, York, PA 17403), In the Joe & Rosie Rulh Student Community Center Building, In the 1st floor Community Room
Topic: Project Managers Have Feelings Too!
Talent Triangle: 1 PDU - Leadership
Description: In 1995, Daniel Goleman authored a highly acclaimed book entitled, Emotional Intelligence, and it was revoluionary in its impact on the workplace. The foundational principles - self-awarenss, self-regulation, social skills, empathy, and motivation - are widely considered to be at least as important as subject matter expertise. Studies have shown a correlation between leadership ability, job performance, and the ability to accurately perceive and manage emotions. While no causal relationship has been proven, it is clear that success in project management is highly dependent on our ability to form and maintain positive relationships.
Join Lisa and Dave for a brief exploration of the connection between emotional intelligence and success in project management. When we love our work, it shows! It spreads! It is infectious! And when our team loves work, they stay! What's love got to do with it? Everything!!!
Presenters: David B.Newman, PMP, PMI-ACP, CDA, SPHR, CSM, ITIL & Lisa Hammer, PMP
Dress Code: Dress code is business or business casual
Cost: Free to Members of PMI Keystone Chapter and Penn State University Students; $5.00 for Non-members
Registration: All attendees may preregister for this meeting online at the PMI Keystone website: www.pmi-keystone.org. Keystone Members must login and register for the event with their ID and Password to obtain the discounted rate ($0.00 cost).
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PDUs: PDUs are to be self-reported by attendees and are not created automatically. Upon request, a certificate will be emailed to indicate completion of 1 PDU (0.1 CEU).