Topic: Running to Leadership: Team Building and Leadership Workshop, Speaker: Anthony Reed, CPA, PMP
NEIC is delighted to share that we will be holding one day Leadership Workshop "Running to Leadership". Our normal April event will take place after workshop, followed by PFW students' touchback presentation:
Date - Wednesday, April 24, 2019,
Workshop (8 PDUs) - 8:30AM-4:30PM
April Meeting (Work Life Balance) - 1 PDU - 5pm-6pm
Student's Teach backs Presentations - 1 PDU - 6:15pm-7:15pm
Location: Walb Student Union, G-21, Purdue University Fort Wayne
2101 E Coliseum Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46805
Workshop is capped to first 30 registrations. Registration is Open Now!
[Bonus: Workshop Participants will receive access to Anthony's book on Leadership]
Leadership Workshop + April Meeting+ Student Teach-backs (Includes Lunch and pizza for Meeting): $95 for 10 PDUs
Leadership Workshop Only (Includes Lunch) - $85 for 8 PDUs
April Meeting+ Student Teach-backs (Includes Pizza): $20 for 1 PDU
Student Teach-backs (PFW School of Polytechnic, Senior level students will share their learnings from areas in Technical Project Management): $0 for 1 PDU
Lunch: Please pick your choice from Menu (And, add in comment section):
Join us for an evening of at Fort Wayne’s only Craft Distillery. Founded in April 2016, Three Rivers Distilling Co. was northeast Indiana's first craft distillery since Prohibition, producing a full lineup of grain-to-bottle products made in Fort Wayne. Ingredients sourced, such as wheat and corn, grow within 100 miles of the distillery. The distillery produces bourbon, rye whiskey, vodka, coffee liqueur, gin, rum, and 122-proof corn whiskey – named in honor of the men and women in the 122nd Fighter Wing based here in Fort Wayne– in liquor stores all over the city. We will be in the tasting lounge overlooking the distilling area. We will have a presentation on the lessons learned while bringing this company from concept to community asset. They promise to share the good and the bad making this a unique opportunity to learn about the risks and mitigations of setting up a small business in Northeast Indiana. The evening will also include a tour of the facility and a cash bar for those who wish to sample their wares.
Dinner served buffet style
- White Corn Chips & Medium Heat Salsa
- Spinach Salad-Fresh Spinach, Bacon, Red Onion, Apples, Hard Boiled Egg & Candied Pecans
- Bourbon Salted Carmel Cheesecake made with their own Bourbon
- Your choice of Sandwich:
- Crave Grilled Cheese-Cheddar, Swiss, Gouda, Bacon, Honey, & Candied Pecans.
- Philly Cheesesteak Bahn Mi – Pickled Vegetables, Roast Beef Simmered in Bourbon Demi, Cheese Sauce
- Buffalo Chicken Wrap -Buffalo Chicken, Lettuce, Onion, Tomato, & Blue Cheese Dressing
Three Rivers Distilling Company, LLC, 224 E. Wallace Street Fort Wayne, IN 46803
May 15, 2019
Networking 5:30PM – 6:00PM
Dinner: 6:00PM -7:00PM
Presentation and Tour: 7:00PM -8:00PM
May 22, 2019 event - ACRES mission of permanently protecting local land, what that means to the communities we serve and how forever is accomplished
I’ll share with the group ACRES mission of permanently protecting local land, what that means to the communities we serve and how forever is accomplished.
Heather wants to know why you protect land. From donor cultivation to writing grants, she listens to your dreams and goals for investing in this work. She pays careful attention, because her job is to connect you to possibilities to realize your personal aspirations with ACRES Land Trust.
“From a very young age, I was instinctively drawn to trees. Even in the dead of winter, I could be found high up in a tree, book in hand, taking in a bird’s-eye-view of the natural world. I spent most of my childhood with my feet firmly planted in the canopy and I continue to find solace in natural settings.”
Her fondest memory is of walking trails with her daughter, then a toddler, listening to leaves rustling in the wind and imagining the secrets the trees were sharing of everything they had seen throughout their decades, sometimes centuries, of existence: Settlement, storms, development and all the creatures who lived among and enjoyed the company of trees, themselves included.
Heather’s early work experience in customer service opened a door into the world of philanthropy and continues to provide the foundation for her passion for working with members and donors. Her position with ACRES is the perfect marriage of her personal core values of preserving natural areas and her experience as a professional fundraiser.
“In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.” – John Muir
Register for Purdue Fort Wayne (PFW) and PMI Northeast Indiana Chapter Partnership classes!
Purdue University Fort Wayne's (PFW's) Division of Continuing Studies has been working in concert with Dave Maynard of Northeast Indiana Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI-NEIC) to provide local businesses and the northeast Indiana region with project management training and the opportunity to earn an PFW/NEIC Project Management Certificate.
There are Project Management classes scheduled for the PFW facilities.
Click here to sign up for our partnered project management classes.
NEIC would love you to be involved with your Chapter - we have wide variety of open positions. We believe in People First, and we hope you will have fun volunteering.
Chapter Volunteer Opportunities
- Chapter Director Professional Development Day
- Chapter Speakers Bureau
NEIC will make every effort to help you during your transition to your next endeavor. Here are few key points:
- When attending Chapter dinner meeting, you will only pay $10. You are highly encouraged to take advantage of this - the least we can do for you. Please pick "PMI Hardship Provision" when selecting Membership Discount during Registration.
- Your membership dues will be waived by PMI and Chapter.
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