Friday, March 11, 2016

Gilda to Present at SNEC-PMI Stamford 3/22

Fairfield County (Stamford) Breakfast Meeting


Tuesday, March 22, 2016, 07:30am - 08:45am
SNEC PMI is pleased to offer a Fairfield County Regional Breakfast meeting in Stamford this March!  Gilda Bonanno, PMP will be leading and facilitating a discussion on “Effective Communication for Project Managers: How to Communicate With Confidence, Competence and Composure”.
Date and Time: Tuesday, March 22, 2016, 07:30am - 8:45am

Location
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. (** Please note New Location for this breakfast event**)
333 Ludlow Street (One Star Point)
Stamford, CT 06902
Cost: Free for SNEC Members (note: must LOGIN to website prior to registering to obtain $10 discount). Non-SNEC members are $10.
Note: You may buy coffee or breakfast at the onsite cafeteria.
PDU Info:
1.0 PDU: You will need to record and self-report your PDU's for this activity. Following the guidelines of the new CCR program, the PDU's for this course will be applied as follows:
PMI Talent Triangle1-Leadership

Agenda
7:30 - 7:45am  Networking, Opening Remarks
7:45 - 8:45am  Presentation and Discussion

In Conjunction with:

Starwood Hotels and Resorts


The PM for this event is: Laura Frank, PMP
Email: lfrank0521@gmail.com
Tele: (203) 912-8645
Registration deadline is midnight Monday, March 21st

Main Presentation

Effective Communication for Project Managers: How to Communicate With Confidence, Competence and Composure
In order to be successful as a project manager and a leader (regardless of your title), you have to know what you're talking about and come across as credible, demonstrate confidence without being perceived as cocky and maintain your self-control, especially under pressure. Whether you are managing change, inspiring your team or reporting on a behind-schedule project, you have a greater chance of achieving your goals if you can calmly and confidently tap into your knowledge and expertise.
Benefits:
  • Prevent your body language (voice, gestures, movement, eye contact, etc.) from undermining your authority and credibility
  • Express your message clearly and concisely
  • Tailor your emotions so you can communicate with success

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