Troy EdelenSan Francisco Bay Area Chapter - March 24, 2020
Troy is the CEO and Founder of Aspiri Consulting, Inc. in San Francisco.
Topics: Change Management,Risk Management,Stakeholder Management
Even in the most turbulent of times, projects meant to deliver meaningful results for the business, its employees, and its customers must stay on track. Turbulence can come in many forms. The coronavirus pandemic has completely and rapidly changed how we operate.
Seemingly overnight, business...
New Year's Resolutions
Written by Hans Jonasson
This year I promise to do what I know should be done. Which is what I tell other people to do when I teach project managements classes.
I will seek to understand the need of the customer before I define the product. Even when it appears that the customer is clueless.
I will identify relevant secondary stakeholders and identify their needs. I will assist in identifying and resolving conflicting requirements.
I will understand the work that needs to...
Individuality Matters On Diverse Teams - Why Project Managers May Need To Leave Their Pre-Conceived Ideas At The Door by Kathleen Booker
Imagine that you are a project manager holding the kick-off meeting for a new software deployment that is being rolled out to multiple distribution facilities.
You look around, scanning the groups on the conferencing monitors and in the room, taking note of the generations and functional areas represented. You nod your head in approval that you have built a...
WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU AT OUR NEXT CHAPTER EVENT
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by Captain Flip Capistrano, U.S. Coast Guard Military Attaché to Brazil
A healthy and productive tomorrow is often dependent on a good night’s sleep. As a leader, the decisions you make during the day can greatly impact the evening’s restful slumber, putting your tomorrow in jeopardy. After over 25 years as a Coast Guard officer, CAPT Capistrano has learned a thing or two about making those tough, moral, and ethical decisions and how to ensure they don’t keep you tossing and turning all night.
In this virtual keynote, CAPT Capistrano illustrates how he’s attained this capability by sharing his leadership experiences and anecdotes from his time driving cutters, conducting counter-drug operations, flying Search and Rescue missions, instructing pilots, building Coast Guard aviation strategies, and strengthening international partnerships. From a Coast Guard Academy Cadet to an advisor at an American Embassy, he has learned to adjust his “leadership view” to meet new levels of challenge.
CAPT Capistrano defines guidelines founded on three tenets; Know Your Job, Know Your People, and Know Yourself, and describes how it can be applied to leadership opportunities at your workplace, at home, or in your community. At the end of the day, every decision you make impacts lives around you. Most to a minor extent, but some with major consequences. Are you confident you’ve made the right decision, and will it let you sleep peacefully tonight?
06-04-2020 6:00 pm
Event End Date
06-04-2020 7:30 pm
Registration Start Date
Cut off date
06-04-2020 6:45 pm
This event is free of charge
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Captain Flip Capistrano
U.S. Coast Guard Military Attaché to Brazil
CAPTAIN Flip P. Capistrano graduated in 1995 from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Science.
CAPTAIN Capistrano currently serves as the U.S. Coast Guard Attaché to Brazil. He and his family reside in the capitol city of Brasília assigned to the U.S. Embassy. He holds a Master of Science degree and is a graduate of the U.S. Naval War College’s Joint Professional Military Education and U.S. Naval Post Graduate School’s Aviation Safety Officer Programs. His personal awards are reflective of the exceptional men and women he has served with. He is married to Staci Lynnette and has three children, Skylar, Gabriel, and Chandler.