December 20, 2016
Registration Opens November 20
Courageously, Compassionately, Confidently Learning: A 21st Century Role for Project Managers, with Diana Larsen
Creating Environments for Team Learning, with Diana Larsen
Bring up to 4 guests – the price is only $10 each for members, non-members and guests – December 2016 only! You need not be a member to bring a guest or to qualify for the $10 pricing.
Bring a toy for a deserving child and be entered into a raffle - benefitting OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital.
Late pricing starts Thursday 12/15, and all registration closes Sunday 12/18 at 5 pm, so don't wait!
Chapter Meeting Sponsors (Silver)
1st Annual PMI Portland Chapter Holiday Toy Drive
It’s the season of giving, so let’s come together as a Chapter to give the children of our community the special holiday they deserve. This year's holiday toy drive will benefit OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital.
If you are able, please bring a new, unwrapped toy donation to the Chapter meeting. Recommended donations include: board games, puzzles, dolls/action figures, stuffed animals, coloring books and art supplies (donations are needed for children of all ages – infant through teen).
As a special ‘Thank You’ for your support, those who bring a toy donation will receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win a special prize from one of our sponsors. And from all of us, thank you for your support of the children at Doernbecher, and in our community!
Courageously, Compassionately, Confidently Learning: A 21st Century Role for Project Managers
Courageously, Compassionately, Confidently Learning: A 21st Century Role for Project ManagersLearning is emerging as a key competency as the 21st century unfolds, not only for every organization, but also for every individual – from those in the board room and the executive suite, to managers and leaders in the middle, to teams on the front line, and those who coach and facilitate them. Key, not only for everyone who wants to succeed, but particularly for those who seek proficiency and success. In this talk, Diana Larsen will celebrate the learning practitioner/leader. You’ll discover how to find courage and compassion as project leaders who can see, embrace, and learn from mistakes. You’ll engage with ideas for setting the conditions for your maximum learning. And you’ll walk away with guidelines for confident learners and the energy to put them to the test.
About the Speaker
Diana Larsen - Author of Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great, Liftoff: Launching Agile Teams and Projects, Quickstart Guide to Five Rules for Accelerated Learning, and originator of the Agile FluencyTM model. Diana is a founding partner of FutureWorks Consulting and is considered an international authority in the areas of Agile software development, team leadership, and Agile transitions. Deeply in tune with how work teams grow, adapt, and develop, Diana works with organizations around the world to design work systems, improve project performance, and support Agile leaders and enterprises. An active contributor to her professional community, Diana is a former chair and board member for Agile Alliance, and current board member of Organization Design Forum, and Agile Open Northwest. She is an Associate of the Human Systems Dynamics Institute.
Creating Environments for Team Learning
Are you working with a team of knowledge workers? Are you a member of such a team? Project leaders who can design and equip environments for team learning gain a critical skill for enabling successful knowledge work. These environments celebrate the heroic learner potential in all of us. In this session, you’ll practice setting the conditions for maximum learning for your teams. You’ll leave with five crucial guidelines for heroic learners.
Doubletree Lloyd Center, 1000 NE Multnomah, Portland, Oregon
Pick up your parking voucher at the registration table–Parking is FREE!
4:00 Registration table opens
4:30 Educational presentation
5:35 New member welcome meeting
6:00 Dinner & announcements
7:00 Keynote presentation
House Brined Turkey Breast
Saffron Risotto Cake (vegetarian)
Chef’s Choice Holiday Dessert
NOTE: Pricing and registration deadlines are changed for the December Meeting only!! See below.
Regular Pricing: Through 12/14/2016
- Non-members, Chapter Members & Guests $10 each
Late Fee Pricing: 12/15 - 12/18/2016
- Add $15 to the pricing above $25 each
All registration closes 12/18/2016 at 5 p.m. (or sooner if maximum capacity is reached). There is no walk-in, at the door, registration at this meeting!
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- Cancellation/Refund Policy
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- Educational Presentation–1 PDU
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