Green Bay, Wisconsin
Professional Development Symposium
Event Starts In
Tues, 5 May - Wed, 6 May, 2020
About The Event
PMI Northeastern Wisconsin is proud to present our 2020 Professional Development Symposium. This fast-paced 2-day professional education opportunity will strengthen your skills in all areas of the talent triangle. Prepare to be inspired by leading edge speakers on valuable project management principles and best practices. Come ready to learn innovative concepts that will set you and your organization apart.
Looking for PDUs?
Professional development isn’t a one-time thing; it should be a continuous part of your project management career. PMI research shows that companies are seeking skills in leadership and business intelligence in addition to the technical competencies traditionally associated with project management. These competencies prepare project professionals to support long-range strategic objectives that contribute to the bottom line. The 2020 Professional Development Symposium provides 14 PDUs to maintain your PMI credentials and keep you informed on the latest tools and techniques making a difference in our field.
Make it a priority to assess and improve your skill set, increase the value you bring to the table, and enhance your future career prospects. Register today!
1265 Lombardi Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54304
Tuesday & Wednesday (7:00 am - 5:00 pm) May 5th & 6th, 2020
PMI-NEW welcomes 4 local CEOs to this year's PDD. We'll ask them to share their views from the top on leading with influence and various aspects of project execution in their respective companies.
Through their eyes, we'll explore project performance, delivery processes, effective methodologies and lessons learned from some of the leading organizations in our area!
Think Like a CEO
Work Like a Boss.
• Does every project within your organization perform flawlessly?
• What lessons have you learned throughout your career?
• Does your organization have a PMO or organized project delivery process?
• What does agility in your organization mean?
Certified Speaking Professional
Sarah J. Gibson, Certified Speaking Professional, has been speaking, training and consulting with Fortune 500 companies since 2004. Sarah’s work enables teams to have conversations that matter. These conversations in turn, translate to increased employee engagement, effectiveness and bottom-line return, along with greater community impact.
Retired Naval Officer, Author, Speaker and Certified Humor Professional
A former Naval Commanding Officer, Chip served as the Director of Security for Naval District Washington, DC during September 11th, 2001 – where he was responsible for the safety and security of 25,000 people. Now an author and speaker, he shares experience any leader can use to lead better, get more done, and leave a legacy.
Dr. Angela Trego, PE, PMP
Trainer, Speaker, and award-winning professor
Dr. Angela Trego, PE, PMP provides training, consulting and speaking focused in the areas of project management, leadership, and women in business. Applying a strong technical background and leadership experiences, Angela is passionate about teaching and empowering others to reach their full potential.
Former Naval Commanding Officer and leader of The Blue Angels
Greg “Boss” Wooldridge is the only commanding officer to lead The Blue Angels for three separate tours. As a speaker, he shares his demonstrated ability to build a culture of excellence where communication, trust and teamwork take precedence over rank and status.
Owner, Tashi Deley
As the owner of Tashi Deley, Alison Starr is a speaker, coach and expert on self-awareness. She shares tips for aligning intent and impact by practicing the art of honoring the greatness within yourself and others.
With over 20 years of team-building experience, Roger speaks about the power of connecting, gratitude, and appreciation, sharing ways to tap into your strengths and potential so you can get out of your way and get more done.