Chapter Meeting - "You Can't Manage the Project If You're Not Managing the People"

9 Feb 2016 - 6:00pm
Royal Palace

6:00 | Registration, Networking & Dinner
6:45 | Announcements, Introduction of Program
7:00 | Guest Speaker or Internal Program (1 PDU)
8:00 | Participants network and/or participate in SIGs
8:15 | PMO SIG, Quality SIG programs (1 PDU)

"You Can't Manage the Project If You're Not Managing the People"

Work would be so much easier if all you had to do was figure out the
parameters of the project, delegate assignments to the appropriate
staff, make a few suggestions along the way and then present the
final product to senior management that would applaud your efforts
and your results. But managing the project means managing the
people and that has become a more challenging and complex task
than ever before.
Manage the Project/Manage the People is a fast paced interactive
presentation that offers proven strategies for getting the most out of
your people. Ways to manage your team so they will voluntarily give
the extra effort that is the difference between success and mediocrity.
Keys to getting the most out of each generational cohort. The things
you need to say and do to attract the best people, keep them
motivated and achieve your and the organization’s goals.
Key Topics
- Giving feedback that motivates performance
- Managing in a matrixed environment
- Networking effectively to achieve results
- Engaging your team and engendering loyalty

Ronald Katz

Ronald M. Katz, SPHR is the president of Penguin Human Resource
Consulting, LLC and author of “Someone’s Gonna Get Hired...It Might As
Well Be You!” as well as numerous articles that have appeared in national
HR magazines. He’s spoken nationally on human resource issues and his
inspirational presentation style has proven effective with seasoned
professionals as well as newcomers to the workforce. Using real
workplace stories he helps managers see the value in working with people
instead of simply managing them.
Ron consults and trains on performance management, staffing, diversity,
sexual harassment and fostering intergenerational harmony. He recently
served as the Interim Director of Learning & Development for Societe
Generale. Previously, Ron spent eleven years at JPMorganChase, most
recently as Vice President in Employee Relations Training. In this role he
created and delivered training on Employment Law, Effective and Legal
Interviewing, Sexual Harassment Awareness, and Performance
Ron was an adjunct instructor at the Cornell University School of Industrial
and Labor Relations for whom he has designed and delivered numerous
programs for over 20 years. Since starting his own consulting firm he has
consulted with some of the largest organizations in the world on human
resource and management development issues. He’s donated pro bono
consulting services to Habitat for Humanity and the Westchester
Networking Organization.


$20 for PMI Westchester Chapter Members
$30 for non-PMI Westchester Chapter Members

Location (Address): 

The Royal Palace,
77 Knollwood Rd
Greenburgh, NY
(in Greenburgh Shopping Plaza, next to Cinema 100)