Topic: Effective Leadership through Generous Listening
While Project Managers are tasked with working within the constraints of time and budgets, they must also be skilled communicators. When we believe that our communication seems to be clear, the message does not always land in the same way for the recipient, which can cause mishaps and misunderstanding.
During this presentation, we will learn how “generous listening” can improve your effectiveness as a Project Manager with ease and harmony.
About the Speaker:
Mimi Truong is the founder and owner of IGZOLTED, a professional astrologer and coach located in Hollywood, CA. Mimi also works as an Executive Coach with Challenger, Gray and Christmas, an outplacement and career transitioning firm based in Chicago. She received a B.A. in Rhetoric & Communication Studies from the University of Richmond in Virginia and a Juris Doctor from Cooley Law School at Western Michigan University. After working shortly in immigration law, she transitioned into project management. As an IT Project Manager, she researched, implemented and managed litigation support software before leaving the corporate world behind to start her own consulting and coaching business.
LinkedIn Profile: www.linkedin.com/in/mimitruong/
5:30 pm - 5:50 pm Registration and Networking
5:50 pm - 6:00 pm Chapter Announcements
6:00 pm - 7:15 pm Featured presentation w/ Q & A
7:15 pm – 7:30 pm Adjourn with Closing Statement
PMPs will receive 1.0 PDU for this event in the Leadership category.
Cost for Event:
Keller Williams Realty Office at The Point
830 S. Sepulveda Blvd, Ste 200
El Segundo, CA
Across from ShopHouse restaurant, the entrance is located on the East/ backside of the complex with a stairway and elevator access to the office on the second floor.
Plenty of free parking is around the building and is best to park on the backside of the complex.
This event may be canceled or postponed, though all efforts will be made to avoid doing so. If canceled or postponed, notification will be made to all registrants via email.”
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