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2016 PDD: KEYNOTE

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2016 PDD* Speaker: Andy Crowe

Presenting: Managing Your Own Talent

  Talent Triangle: Leadership


*PDD = Professional Development Day

Cablecast schedule

Dates and Times:

Oct. 11 at 6pm
Oct. 15 at 12pm
Oct. 22 at 12pm
Nov. 5  at 12 pm
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Speaker Bio:

Andy Crowe is CEO and founder of Velociteach, and author of Alpha Project Managers: What the Top 2% Know that Everyone Else Does Not, and The PMP Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try, and The PMI-ACP Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try. His books and resources have sold over 250,000 copies worldwide. He was the 2014 PDD morning keynote speaker. 

Synopsis:

In this keynote address, Crowe combines his energy, humor, and deep management knowledge and experience to weave classic research such as Fielder’s Contingency Theory with current best practices and research, including the Talent Triangle. All of this culminates in a talk to help project managers take a fresh look at their performance, their ability to self-assess, and their overall trajectory. 



2017 PDD: Keynote "Beyond Your Limits" by Stacy Allison (9/13/2017-10/8/2017)

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2017 PDD* Keynote Speaker: Stacy Allison

Presenting: Beyond Your Limits

  Talent Triangle: Leadership


*PDD = Professional Development Day

Cablecast schedule

Dates and Times:

Sept. 13 at 6pm
Sept. 17 at 12pm
Sept. 24 at 12pm
Oct. 1 at 12 pm
Oct. 8 at 12pm

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Speaker Bio:

Stacy is best known as the First American woman to summit Mt. Everest. She is also president of Stacy Allison General Contracting, a residential building company. She serves on the Board of Trustees of National University and is the Chairperson for The American Lung Associations fundraiser, Climb for Clean Air. Remarkably, she is also a successful author and committed mother of two.

Stacy’s climbed the world’s most famous mountain, now she’s helping organizations across the globe scale their own monumental challenges. “In any endeavor, leaders should inspire members of the team with a passion for success,” Stacy says, “but within the framework of team effort. One of the most crucial things to realize, feel and remember is that when one team member succeeds, the entire team succeeds.”

Synopsis:

Mt. Everest is one of the most unforgiving environments on Earth. Consequently, decisions and actions don’t get much starker. That’s why mountains, though seemingly a planet apart from the world of business, are a rich source of insights for project managers. More than just symbols of upward strivings, mountains are high-altitude crucibles for leadership, team dynamics, risk-taking, vision, and change. 

Stacy draws lessons from her leadership experience on high altitude expeditions as well as her down to earth know-how gained while running her residential construction company. Her high content dynamic presentation will encourage and inspire you to take a visionary look at opportunities and move beyond your limits.

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