“I Thought YOU Were Going to Do It?!”
Accountability is critical in any kind of business so, how do we build and maintain a culture where the entire team has a sense of responsibility to do their jobs and accountability to ensure results are as planned. Our January speaker, Darryl Warren explores the difference between responsibility and accountability.
• There are differences between responsibility and accountability.
• Responsibility and accountability play a role in a functional team.
• You can learn skills that will build a culture of accountability.
Darryl E. Warren is President & owner of D. Gene Alliance, a business solutions company. His corporation owns the Indiana license of Crestcom International, a global Leadership Training & Development firm. Clients include GE, Microsoft, Ford, Roche, and Indiana Oxygen.
Warren has 30 years of leadership experience in large and small organizations. This gives him a unique perspective on solving critical human resource issues.
1.25 Leadership PDUs
10 Digit PDU Code: C002RUZP9M
Career Development Workshop: “Your Visual Business Card”
How can you perfect your visual business card? For business minded women and men,we spend a lot of time juggling life/work and focusing on our product…whatever that might be. But did you know most of your client’s buying decision has to do with how you dress? Your clothing is a way to mold other’s impressions of you, your skills and abilities.Research shows your appearance strongly influences other people’s perception of your financial success, authority, trustworthiness, intelligence, and suitability for hire on a project or for a promotion. Don’t believe me? Put on a pair of scrubs and a lab coat and walk through a hospital. In other words, looking the part takes you 55% closer to getting the job (this is real research, not just my opinion!).
In this mini-workshop, attendees will learn what a first impression is, subconsciously how it works and how it can help or hinder their career. Attendees will leave with new information how to keep their image current and how to use clothing choices to get client buy-in (or get the project / job). Perhaps the most important element of this workshop is delivering information on the key things that ruin one’s first impression, and how to do a self-directed double check.Specific topics covered: Science of First Impressions, Body Language and Handshake, Basics to build a career wardrobe (what to wear when, casual Friday, business casual), male/female dynamic in the workplace.
- Build confidence for key interviews, networking events and presentations in knowing how to present the best you.
- Understand how body language impacts the impression others will have on you.
- Gain knowledge in how your presence can create the best first impression
Kathy Friend ‘s career spans nearly 20 years. She is proud to have clients all over the world; however the hub of her business is in the Midwest(Indianapolis, South Bend, Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, Nashville). Most of her Image Consulting, Personal Shopping and Personal Stylist business is in the Indianapolis, South Bend and Bloomington, IN area. Technically she is a Senior Wardrobe Stylist,Image Consultant, Personal Shopper and Personal Stylist, and hold many certifications.Some of her proudest accomplishments include: commercial stying projects for Redbook Magazine, Wal-Mart and Kenmore being a part of several ventures in Hollywood for reality and talk TV shows styling looks for Red Carpet events being asked to train with Stacy London from the famed television show “What Not To Wear.”
1.0 Leadership PDUs
10 Digit PDU Code: C0028K9HSQ
- 5:30pm – 6:30pm: Career Development Workshop
- 6:30pm: Main Program Check-in
- 6:30pm: Networking, Food Served
- 7:00pm: Speaker Begins
- 8:15pm: Speaker Ends, Post-Program Networking
- 8:30pm: Program Ends
- $12.00: Online Pre-registered PMICIC Members (Enter your PMI Number in the Promotional Code field to Apply Discount)
- $25.00: Online Pre-registered Non-PMICIC Members
- $35.00: All Day-of Walk-ins: $30.00 (cash, check, credit card at the door)
*plus ticket processing fee
About PMICIC Monthly Programs
PMICIC has regular monthly programs on the 3rd Wednesday of each month with the exception of November and December that are on different days. Each program revolves around a central topic integral to successful project management. Topics include both Agile and traditional project management and address at least one of the three domains that make up the PMI Talent Triangle: Technical, Leadership, and Strategic & Business Management. Topics will be posted once we confirm the speaker.
In addition to the presentation, attendees enjoy the opportunity to interact with and network with all levels of Project Professionals from across Indy.
Monthly Programs are open to both PMICIC members and non-members.
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If you or someone you know is interested in speaking, apply here.