Feb. 2019 Chapter Dinner Meeting: "Because Communication Isn't Optional" (2 PDU's)

Presentation by Julie McLean

Part 1: Understanding Your Communication Style

Your communication style impacts your professional and/or personal relationships It is important to understand different communication styles. Tonight we will

  • Identify your preferred communication style.
  • Recognize how your communication style may impact your interactions.
  • Determine how to improve your relationships by mastering and adapting your application of communication styles based on the situation.
  • Understand how to tailor your style to match situational expectations.

Part 2: Conflict Resolution

Once you understand your communication style, conflict resolution is much easier. Tonight we will explore the steps necessary to keep conflict positive and a learning experience.

Communication is consistently cited as a key factor in project success (or failure), so all PM's can benefit from getting insights from Julie. Feel free to invite your friends and colleagues who also might benefit from joining as we welcome non-members to all Chapter Events!

This session is worth two (2) PDU's: 1 for Leadership and 1 for Strategic. PDU's can be claimed by logging them via PMI.org after the event. See our website for details and links to more info. 

 

Event Properties

Event Date 02-18-2019 6:00 pm
Event End Date 02-18-2019 8:30 pm
Registered 1
Cut off date 02-15-2019 12:00 pm
Original Price $40.00
Discounted Price $35.00 (Until 02-14-2019)
Location Aloft at Tapestry Park
Categories Dinner - Leadership 1 PDU - Strategic 1 PDU

Agendas

5:30 - 6:00

Registration, Networking, & Dinner

6:00 - 6:15

Announcements, Opening Comments & Sponsor Introductions

6:15 - 7:15

Part 1: Understanding Your Communication Style

7:15 - 8:15

Part 2: Conflict Resolution

8:15 - 8:30

Meeting Wrap-up & Give-Aways

Speakers

Julie McLean

Julie McLean has been a Toastmaster for five years and has attained the title of Distinguished Toastmasters three times. She has been a leader in District 84 which encompasses all of North and Central Florida teaching people about communication and leadership in order to help them grow. Julie has a core belief that in order to be a good Manager, you need to be a good Leader. To be a good Leader, you need to be a good Communicator. To be a good Communicator, you need to be a good Listener. This core belief lead her to start her own company call Lead to Inspire where she speaks, trains, and coaches individuals on key leadership skills. In addition to Toastmasters, Julie is a member of the John Maxwell Team and is a certified DISC and Leadership trainer, speaker, and coach. John Maxwell states, “A successful person finds the right place for himself.” Julie works with current and future leaders to enhance and develop their skills using tested John Maxwell methods.