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2020 Q1 Quarterly Luncheon

Leadership

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James Burnham, Executive Performance Coach

 

Bio:

James is consistently rated as one of the top 10 dads in his home by his 4 loving children. He is an avid sports fan, loves to play guitar and sing with his family, and he tries to stay in shape so he can keep up with his kids. James uses humor, heartfelt stories, and audience engagement that will keep you attentive and learning. He will provide you with functional tools that will increase engagement, satisfaction, and unleash the talents within yourself

and your organization. He can teach you to draw from the strength that resides within yourself to become a powerful and unique contributor. Everyone deals with feelings of fear and inadequacy, no matter how successful they may be. How you manage your feelings of

inadequacy is what makes all the difference. Understanding how to be vulnerable and face your fears is the key to unlocking the potential within you. His methods have consistently brought those he works with greater success and enjoyment in their personal and professional lives. These methods are easily applied to any who are willing to put in the work.

 

Synopsis:

"Connection is the Antidote" introduces a concept that allows you to tap into your innate ability to connect with others and complete important projects with the support of your whole team. When you leverage your ability to connect with your team, you will be able to overcome many of the issues that can arise from the human elements that can derail or slow a project's progress. I will give you two methods that you can use immediately to improve the acceptance and vision of the project you are managing. After all, a project manager needs more than a technical understanding of project management to succeed because a successful project often comes down to how well you work with others.


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Marie Murphy, PMP

 

Bio:

 

Marie is a project manager working for Cisco Systems supporting the Department of Defense. She brings her experiences growing up around the world, the unexpected lessons she learned as a classroom teacher, and her time in the corporate world into her work. Marie believes in saying yes to learning, even if that leads to unconventional paths or challenging traditional narratives. When not writing or adventuring, you can find her walking her senior Beagle, Bella, cheering on Real Salt Lake at Rio Tinto stadium, or trying a new recipe in the kitchen.

 

Synopsis:

 

Transform your work day from hectic to humming. As Project Mangers, we spin a lot of plates. We balance schedules, plans, documentation, and more. If you’re looking for additional tools in your toolbox to help you get more done in the time you have and get things done more efficiently, this is the luncheon for you. You’ll leave with 5 practices you can apply today to reduce stress and maximize your most valuable resource – your time.

 

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Information

Type of activity: Professional Development

Date: February 20th, 2020

Hour: 10:00AM to 1:00PM

Number of PDUs: 2.0

Price

Members: $25.00

Non members: $35.00

Students: $15.00

Location

Gardner Village

1100 W 7800 S

West Jordan, UT

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