CLEVELAND, OH – Oct. 3 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The Northeast Ohio Chapter of the Project Management Institute, announces its Fall Professional Development event “Management Skills: More Than Just Bringing Donuts.” The event is made possible in part through the generous support of Cuyahoga Community College, Rockwell Automation and Antares Management Solutions.
Internationally acclaimed speakers Peter de Jager, Lee R. Lambert, and Rick Brenner engage you with their expertise and humor on how to harness the dynamics of change, create an inspired workplace, and effectively communicate to transform your organization, your project teams, and your career.
The seminar takes place on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm at the popular Holiday Inn Independence at I-77 and Rockside Road. Participate in three vital presentations, network with peers, learn about job opportunities, and gain insight on guiding your mission critical projects from exhibitors. The registration fee ($80-95) includes a continental breakfast and a boxed lunch. Enjoy wireless internet access and free parking at the conveniently located hotel.
Project management is a proven methodology that enhances the efforts of both private and public sector entities to attain a competitive edge, streamline operations, and achieve the mission. Change management skills are critical to the success of every project. Without these skills, you’ll be the one left holding that last, stale doughnut.
For event details and registration visit www.pmineo.org or contact Maxine Hare at 440-951-1396. Seating is limited. Register by October 18, 2005.
About PMI:The Project Management Institute (PMI), with chapters in 125 countries and membership represents a truly global community of over 100,000 professionals, is the world’s foremost authority for the project management profession. PMI professionals come from virtually every major industry PMI provides professional certification and ongoing education, sets industry standards, and conducts research to enhance overall performance of business and government.
The Northeast Ohio chapter has over 950 members. For more information, visit www.pmineo.org.