Join ETPMI for our monthly dinner meeting! Throughout 2020, we will meet the third Thursday of each month and earn up to 2 PDUs while building your professional network, learning about new ideas, and enjoying dinner.
Earn 1 PDU for attending the Networking and Professional Growth session and 1 PDU for attending the Keynote presentation. We look forward to learning together with you, February 20th at the second ETPMI dinner meeting of the year!
Abstract: We’ve all read about good team-building practices. We know that when we assemble teams, it’s advisable to select members and organize the team based on personalities and individual strengths and talents. But, what about the rest of us who inherit teams and don’t have the opportunity to hand-pick them? When people are assigned to a project or work team for a specific purpose based on their current role in the organization, how can you develop a high performing culture? How many of us have the opportunity to go out into the woods and have a team trust development day? The truth is that effective team building isn’t as wishy-washy and warm and fuzzy as we often think.
In the March ETPMI session, we’ll leverage Tuckman’s well-known team model of Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing as a backbone for a teambuilding strategy and repertoire of tools, any of which can be employed immediately. We’ll uncover small, specific, adjustments that yield big team results, rooted in modern team-building models and sales approaches. Come see how tweaking daily and weekly work interactions can spark great progress in team performance. You don’t have to spend your time chasing project items and fighting fires. A better path awaits project managers who want to change the culture of their teams for better results and happier stakeholders.
Topic: Monthly Dinner Meeting
PDUs Available: 2.00 Leadership
Location: We are trying out NEW meeting locations to better serve you! This meeting will take place at the Kinfolk Farms Event Venue (Barn and Pavilion).
Please note that we are committed to making these events as beneficial to the membership as possible, so let us know if you have any specific recommendations or ideas for us to consider. We are here to serve you!
Refund Policy: ETPMI will refund Chapter Meeting Fees requested 5 days prior to the event minus any associated PayPal processing fees. Requests made inside 5 days prior cannot be refunded as ETPMI will have locked in the number of attendees with the venue and the venue will charge ETPMI based on that number of attendees. ETPMI members must be logged in to receive ETPMI discounts. ETPMI does not issue refunds for discounts when the member was not appropriately logged in.
|Event Date||03-19-2020 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||03-19-2020 8:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||02-04-2020|
|Cut off date||03-17-2020 4:00 pm|
|Individual Price||$15 ETPMI Members/$20 Non-Members|
|No. of Strategic PDUs||2.00|
|Location||Kinfolk Farms Event Venue (Barn and Pavilion)|
|5:30pm - 6:15pm||
Networking and Professional Growth
Please come prepared to take full advantage of the networking aspect of this meeting. These meetings provide a wealth of contacts for both job seekers, hiring managers and students. If you are a guest or new member to ETPMI, you do not want to miss this opportunity to hear how ETPMI can help you achieve your goals and meet members of the leadership team.
|6:15pm - 7:00pm||
Dinner and Chapter News
|7:00pm - 8:00pm||
"Simple Strategy to Spark Stellar Project Teams" -Presented by Erin Colbert, Creator of Expertonboarding.com and Founder of Profitable Training LLC
Erin Colbert has over 20 years of leadership experience expediting results at corporations such as Target, Whirlpool and TeamHealth by investing in people for individual and team performance. One senior leader announced her as “someone who’s changed the DNA of the business” as acknowledgement of her high-performing team’s transformative results. She’s led virtual teams of project managers, process analysts, learning and development analysts, and quality analysts through countless business and organizational changes. Her work focuses have included leadership development, continuous improvement, business change implementations, and onboarding of all kinds. Her newest focus is helping smaller businesses keep great employees through onboarding.