Sunday, January 27, 2008

Feb. 29 Deadline for registration to Come with PMLessonsLearned.com on a Cruise

PMLessonsLearned.com members are going on a cruise with the NJ PMI Chapter.

Deadline for Registration is 2/29/2008


Cruise to BEAUTIFUL WARM BERMUDA & Earn 8 PDUs
Registration Deadline 2/29/2008

PMI-NJ Presents

Seminar at Sea

Earn 8 PDUs

Cruise from Bayonne, NJ to Bermuda

May 17 – 22, 2008

The Professional Development of You [PDyoU]:

“Charting a course for your Success and Survival”.

Limited number of cabins available

What a bargain!

Royal Caribbean Cruise starting at $755 per person

Seminar price for 8 PDUs only $125 for NJ-PMI members, $150 for all others

Three 'superstar' speakers: Lee Lambert, Carl Pritchard and Lowell Dye

and did I mention beautiful Bermuda

Register today

Imagine a majestic ship with rock-climbing, spas, shopping, a casino and delectable food 24/7. Every evening there will be networking parties, dancing, karaoke, and shows. On two of the days, while at sea, you will earn 8 PDUs attending seminars led by some of the super stars of Project Management. For each day the format is the same; a three-hour session followed by a one-hour panel discussion. The panel discussion will bring together all of the topics covered that day and provide a time for your questions. Wednesday’s session will pick up where Sunday’s session ended.

Lee R. Lambert, PMP, Delivering the Truth!

Management can’t handle the truth! Capitalize on powerful but simple, easy to use tools for developing and delivering truth to organizational decision makers. Deliver truth that is not just your opinion, not your emotion, but based on facts, nothing but the facts.

Carl Pritchard, PMP, EVP, How to Become a Great Consultant While You Still Have a Job!

Tips essential to become a truly great consultant AND serve your employer more effectively at the same time. Insights on the best practices for developing your consulting repertoire, building effective networks, and developing relationships that will stand you AND your organization in good stead.

Lowell D. Dye, PMP, You’ve Been Trained in Project Management – Now What?

In dynamic project oriented organizations, successful project performance hinges on personal and professional performance. Companies spend thousands of dollars every year on training programs in the hopes of developing and enhancing project managers’ skills. Best practice dictates that in order to maximize the learning process and accelerate the implementation of new knowledge and skills, additional coaching and mentoring focused on skill application are required. This session will address establishing an environment that encourages coaching and mentoring, the basic steps in a skill acquisition process, goal setting for performance improvement and the characteristics of a good coach/mentor.

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When you are attending the seminar we will have events for your family and friends. Each day there will be networking events that you and your family can attend. The Explorer of the Sea is a majestic ship with wonderful activities and fabulous food. Every evening there are networking parties, dancing, karaoke and shows. We dock on Monday in Bermuda and leave port on Tuesday afternoon. You are free to stroll the beaches and streets of Bermuda or stay aboard the ship.

Registration is a two-part process.

Register for the seminar at http://www.pminj.org/08-sea/085smp-r.htm

and follow the instructions to book the cruise through our exclusive travel agency, Travel Zone.

For questions, contact us via the Contact Us link at PMlessonsLearned.com

www.pminj.org

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