PRLog - Jan. 31, 2013 - DALLAS -- The Dayton/Miami Valley Chapter of the PMI Chapter is pleased to welcome Anthony Reed, CPA, PMP. He will be presenting “Managing Difficult People on Projects” on Tuesday, February 19th, 2013 from 5:30PM to 8:00PM at
Anthony Reed CPA PMP
Sinclair Community College
301 West Fourth Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402-1460
Charity E. Earley Auditorium - North End
Visit http://www.daytonpmi.org to register for this event. Please note that the registration deadline for this event is Friday, 1/18/2013 at 12.00 PM (Noon).
Abstract: Managing Difficult People on Projects
There are four components to the Project Equation. Unfortunately, millions of dollars are spent on one component; the methodology. Despite this investment, only 32% of IT projects were successful in 2009. The one common component, throughout the years of various project management methodologies, has been the people. There are no difficult projects only difficult people. One’s ability to manage (difficult) people is the missing link between a methodology and a successful project. Learn how to better manage stakeholder expectations, to turn victims into responsible team members, to control pity parties, to motivate people to change and to deal with narcissists.
Speaker: Anthony Reed
Anthony Reed is a visionary and highly accomplished global business executive, author, and speaker with a solid background in getting the most out of employees and staff members. He has over 50 articles in numerous national publications and has spoken at international business conferences, as well as private events. This Certified Running Coach has completed over 120 marathons (26.2 miles/42.2K)