What: PMI Montana Chapter is hosting the 2022 Professional Development Day and Annual Meeting in Butte, MT
An event which provides dynamic speakers, networking, social and community engagement opportunities.
When: Sept 16-17th (2-day event)
Members: $90; Early Bird $80
Non-members: $110; Early Bird $100
Early Bird deadline: August 15th
You’ve renegotiated deals, jobs, and even relationships. What if you could renegotiate your existence? You can! And you can make the impossible, or even the unimaginable, a reality quicker than you thought!
“Pique-performance” (spelling is intentional) executive coach, author, and speaker Chris M. King sets the conditions for “flow,” a.k.a. “the zone.” He facilitates the journeys that lead to the discoveries that create sustainable advancements for organizations and individuals to quickly achieve the impossible. Chris has particular expertise with professional women and women-led/focused teams, ensuring they are running their businesses and lives instead of their businesses and lives running them.
Chris’s background is working in technology, broadcasting, and healthcare. He has trained with the very best in flow research including the Flow Research Collective, the Flow Genome Project, David Bayer, Brendon Burchard, Dr. Andrew Huberman, and Unbeatable Mind, and regularly trains in mental and physical endurance with retired US Army Special Forces and US Navy SEALs.
Chris’s book, Renegotiate Your Existence: Unlock Your Impossible Life is now available on Amazon.
Brad Bigelow writes, teaches, and consults on project and program management. He has over 40 years' experience in managing projects and programs for the U.S. Air Force, NATO, and in the publishing world. He has contributed to several editions of the PMBOK and the Standard for Program Management as well as the PRINCE2 manual, and has spoken at PMI events in Europe, the Middle East, and America.
For over 15 years, Libby Brunell worked in the education field, giving her extensive experience in creating engaging professional development, program development and management, public speaking training, personnel supervision and evaluation, branding and promoting new programs, event coordination, solution orientated problem solving and building efficient an effective teams, leaders, and systems.
As a senior consultant at Cascadia Management Group, Libby designs and facilitates organizational and tam improvement initiatives and management, resulting in more efficient processes and procedures, increased individual and team performance, and organizational achievement of strategic goals. She has served in interim roles from HR to COO for clients as they frame up of are in transition of these pivotal roles.
Copper King Hotel, Butte, Montana
Block of Rooms Reserved with Discounted rate of $189
|Event End Date||09-17-2022|