Interactive session focused on exploring attributes and motivations for optimal teams. Mastery and excellence in individual delivery doesn't directly translate to team excellence. Collective chemistry, intelligence and resilience champion wins. This session will share activities to sustain and grow team strength.
What You Will Learn:
- Activities for team startups
- Collaborative techniques to measure team success
- Agility attributes
NABILA SAFDAR / SCRUM MASTER, DO IT BEST CORP.
Nabila Safdar served biotech, software, retail, nonprofit, and academic teams over the past fourteen years. Driven by the passion for continuous learning, she is always exploring new ways to better serve teams. Her primary focus is on strengthening relationships to optimize value. Nabila is a Professional ScrumMaster, Professional Scrum Product Owner, and Professional Scrum Developer and Certified Change Practitioner. Currently, she is serving in the Scrum Master role at Do it Best Corp. Nabila also teaches Project Management and Information Technology Strategy at Purdue Fort Wayne.
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.
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):
The Northeast Indiana PMI Chapter offers the David Arthur Maynard Scholarship program which is designed to financially assist and encourage qualified applicants in obtaining degrees from accredited academic institutions of higher learning in the field of project management or any field with any relation to project management such as business, technology, or engineering. One $1,000 scholarship will be awarded annually; applications are accepted April 6, 2018 – May 16, 2018.
The David Arthur Maynard Scholarship program has been named in honor of one of our founding fathers who is still very active in our chapter. Mr. Maynard serves on the PMI NEIC board of directors as the Director of Course Development within the Professional Development team. His work background includes the NASA shuttle program, as well as F16, Learjet 55, and Airbus A320 projects. He also worked as the General Manager of Systems Management Inc. that focused on problem projects.
- Any individual who is, or will be, a student in good standing at an institute of higher learning during the 2018-2019 academic period. Scholarships are limited to use at an accredited degree granting institution of higher learning.
- Previous award recipients can reapply each year
- Full-time and part-time students are both eligible for consideration.
- An application. Click here to download the application.
- A brief questionnaire. Click here to download the questionnaire.
- A copy of latest available (high school or college) transcripts
- If selected as a finalist, must be present (at a to be announced site in Ft Wayne) to give a 10 - 15 minute presentation to the Selection Committee on the 1st Tuesday evening of June (6/5/2018)
- You will need to include “first name and lastname – PMI scholarship” in the email subject line
For current High School Seniors, current Undergraduate and Graduate students, you must:
Complete the application
Complete the brief questionnaire
If selected, the presentation to the Selection Committee must be no longer than 10 minutes and include no more than 5 slides. The presentation will be a project that you have led or worked. You will need to describe how each of the following was accomplished, estimated, or measured:
- Brief introduction to the project
- Team selection and development
- Length of project/activity and how well it remained on schedule
- Cost and how well it remained on budget
- Communication with your Team, was it successful?
- Quality of the results/deliverables; how they were measured?
- What events, good or bad, might impact your performance
- An Evaluation Committee will be convened comprised of three to five PMI NEIC Board of Director members representing industry and academia.
- The Evaluation Committee will choose the finalists that will be passed onto the Selection Committee to make a final decision. The Selection Committee will be comprised of three to five PMI NEIC Board of Director members representing industry and academia.
- An applicant’s immediate family member or sponsor cannot be on the Evaluation or Selection Committee.
- Preference will be given to the candidate who will be or is pursuing a degree in the field of project management or a directly related field.
- Applicants with the best combination of academic, extracurricular, leadership abilities, questionnaire results and presentation results will then be evaluated to determine the winner with the highest potential for success.
- Description of the scholarship, application form and the Scholarship Candidate Selection Process is available on the PMI Northeast Indiana Web site.
- Finalists will be notified by the preferred method listed on the application.
- The name(s) of scholarship recipient(s) will be published on the PMI Northeast Indiana Web site and in PMI Northeast Indiana’s publications as appropriate.
- All submissions and attached supporting documentation become the property of the Project Management Institute – Northeast Indiana Chapter. None of the documents provided to this organization will be returned to the applicant.
- All decisions of the PMI NEIC Evaluation and Selection Committees are final.
- All scholarships are subject to annual funds availability.
- Scholarships will be awarded without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age or state of physical handicap.
- All monies will be paid directly to the recipient’s institution.
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