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Who is responsible for resolving conflicts, people management, and stress management? The project manager of course! Soft skills development is a critical part of project management. There is more to project management than meets the eye. As a project manager, it has never been enough to be technically adept. You have to excel at soft skills as well. Soft skills are the personality traits, attitudes, habits, and behaviors you display when working with others. This webinar will provide information on how soft skills are utilized in project management, receiving and giving feedback, and when and how to flex communication styles.
How to attend:
Meeting number (access code): 735 400 847
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Introduce foundational behaviors of project management
Discuss communication issues when managing projects
Explain why clarifying expectations is important in communication and project management
Introduce conversation planning tools to support project management skill
Our next Social Circle event is
December 13th, 2018 at 6:00 PM
Cinebowl & Grille Cary
1140 Parkside Main St
Cary, NC 27519
Please Register/RSVP by Dec 11, 2018
This is a NCPMI Communication & Public Speaking CoP- NCPL Toastmasters Club Meeting.
The Meeting includes prepared speeches, table topics, networking, evaluations, jokes and multiple meeting operations roles.
5:30 pm -8:00 pm (5.30-6.00 Registration, Snack & Pre-meeting Networking)
Cisco Campus - Building 3, First Floor, The Vault Conference Room
In a nutshell, Digital Transformation (DX) is all about data. Whether you are using it to make business decisions or selling it for a profit, data is the output of value from our digital world. We’ve doubled the amount of it over the last two years and we get it from places we never thought possible (think IoT). We can’t handle all this data but computers can. Computers can use it to “learn” and we can tell the computers what we want them to “learn”. But do we really know how to use this data. Do we really know what to direct the computers to learn? Do we really know what is valuable and what isn’t?