Annual Meeting | Webinar 5:30PM
Tune in at 5:30PM on Wednesday, May 27th for a 30-minute presentation of the PMI Western Idaho Chapter’s annual report, presented by President, Vicky Smith, and joined by President-Elect, Janel Peterson.
Annual Meeting Agenda
- Mission, Vision, Value
- Organizational Structure, Responsibilities
- Financial Report
- Membership Report
- Stakeholder Groups
- President’s Message
Permission to Feel | Webinar 6:00PM
Then, directly after the annual meeting, starting at 6PM, join us for a timely presentation of Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace – PERMISSION TO FEEL, presented by Dr. Wayne Erik Rysavy. Wayne will help us to learn how to understand and utilize emotions that will facilitate more meaningful discussions, better manage conflicts, and improve relationships with others by giving yourself, permission to feel. This online presentation provides (1) PDU, and aligns with the Strategic and Leadership elements of the PMI® Talent Triangle.
Need to register? Click the following link to register for PMIWIC May 27 Annual Meeting and Speaker Event Webinar from 5:30 PM to 7:15 PM MDT https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3824651604247194892
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About the Speaker
Dr. Wayne Erik Rysavy works in the City of Boise’s Office of Community Engagement as the Communications Manager for the Planning and Development Services department. He earned his doctorate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His dissertation explored ways social media facilitate the spread of imagery online and the often negative consequences diffusive global sharing poses for individuals, authority figures, and institutions of authority. His current work includes collaborations with Boise State aimed at improving community engagement and managing localized conflicts through restorative practices.