PMIWIC 20th Anniversary

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PMIWIC Celebrates 20 Years!

With Special Guest Speaker PMI Director, Randy Black, P Eng., PMP Presenting  “Are You Ready to be a Project Leader?” PMI Talent Triangle®

Activities

To celebrate this auspicious occasion, we will be celebrating at the Capital City Event Center, where we will have one room set up to serve a buffet style dinner, with tables where attendees can network, eat, and play a few “carnival style” games.  And, a second room dedicated to PMI Director, Randy Black’s presentation.  About 15 minutes before Randy presents his topic, the Board will present information on memberships, certifications, and make announcements on upcoming events, …during which time, PMIWIC President, Laurajean Rispens will highlight accomplishments and lifetime achievements of those members who have held PMI memberships for 20 years plus!

Presentation

PMI Director, Randy Black’s presentation titled, “Are You Ready to be a Project Leader?” identifies the skills CEOs and organizations are seeking in project managers. During this presentation, you will learn how these skills – problem solving, adaptability, leadership, creativity and innovation, and emotional intelligence – align with the PMI Talent Triangle®.

PMI research shows that as the job market becomes more competitive, achieving the skills identified by the Talent Triangle increases your value in a world increasingly disrupted by innovation and technology. Randy will share personal experiences, as well as insights on emerging capabilities that
could help shape the future of project management.

Registration

Registration includes dinner and one drink ticket.  Dinner will be served buffet style with gluten-free, veggie options, coffee and water included.  No-host bar available.  Click HERE to register!

Schedule
Start Activity
5:30PM Check in
6:00PM Carnival Style Games, Buffet Dinner
6:45PM Announcements, President’s Presentation
7:00PM Presentation and Q&A
7:45PM Wrap-up

About the Speaker

Randall T. (Randy) Black, P. Eng., PMP
PMI Board of Directors, 2016-2018

Chair of the Strategy Oversight Committee
randy.black@bod.pmi.org

In his role as senior program manager for Stantec Consulting Ltd. in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Randy Black leads a team of project management staff in a major program for an electrical energy client. Throughout his 38-year career, he has worked in a variety of industries including telecommunications, IT consulting, e-learning development and consulting, project management training and consulting, and PMO management. As a project management consultant and trainer, he has taught courses as part of executive education training offered through Alberta-based colleges and the University of Alberta.

Mr. Black has been a volunteer for most of his life. As a young man, he volunteered with the YMCA and with his local church. He has held office in such diverse organizations as his Church Servers Guild (head server), the University of Waterloo Alumni Association (vice president–events; chapter president) and the PMI Northern Alberta Chapter (vice president–education, president, past president). Within his 10 years of PMI volunteering, he was also a Region 1 Mentor and served on the Chapter Member Advisory Group (CMAG).

A vibrant and colorful speaker, he has presented at PMI® Leadership Institute Meetings, global conferences, regional meetings, and chapter meetings as well as international technical conferences on topics such as strategy, leadership, strategic telecommunications operations, process re-engineering, people and personality, and, of course, project management.

Mr. Black earned his B.A Sc. In Civil Engineering from the University of Waterloo. He also holds certificates in Engineering Economics from Duke University, and Insights Personal Discovery™ evaluation. Mr. Black holds a Professional Engineering (P. Eng.) designation registered in the Province of Alberta, and has held his PMP® designation since 2004.

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