Presentation file from the session: 20201027_BR_7_Habits.pdf
With so many things to take care of and consider, especially while we are still contending with the COVID-19 outbreak, project management can be quite taxing on both your physical and mental health. As a project manager, you have to take care of your clients, team members and upper management while juggling multiple tasks simultaneously.
Habits have a profound impact on your personality and performance; hence it is critical for project managers to display habits that will separate them from the crowd and give them the necessary boost to achieve success. In his famous book, "7 Habits of Highly Effective People", Steven Covey discusses how good habits can make a huge difference and lead you to success. In this session we will discuss some habits of successful project managers so that you can also adopt them and project manage more mindfully, effectively and efficiently.
Phebe Ong has an MBA and is a certified PMP with more than 20 years' experience managing business projects. Phebe started her career with General Electric and graduated from GE's Information Management Leadership Program. Phebe is Black Belt trained and Green Belt certified in Six Sigma Methodology. Her project management experience includes Kaizen Lean Six Sigma events along with use of Social Media for streamlined and rapid project execution. At Partner Reinsurance, Phebe managed the E-Business program which delivers process efficiencies with forward thinking, process and technology. She brought her experience as IT Director from World Vision International to work for the federal government, where she is now.
Robert is a PMP who has worked in the IT space for 25+ years, having both owned his own IT consulting company and worked for large companies. He has successfully led numerous multi-year projects with 75+ team resources over the years.
This is a virtual meeting, and is limited to PMI Westchester Chapter members only.
Pre-registration is required. Registration closes Monday, 26 Oct 2020, at 11:59 p.m.
Those who have pre-registered will be sent the link for attending the Zoom session very early in the morning on the day of the meeting.