Tuesday, May 8th, 2018 at 11:30 AM
Annapolis Junction, 2720 Technology Drive, Annapolis Junction, Maryland 20701
This event qualifies for 1.00 PDU - Leadership
Who is the Project Manager for Your Career? Accelerate Your Career Growth with a Coach.
As a program manager you handle all the challenges of disruptive environments, changing budgets, schedules, and requirements for the customers. What are you doing about managing your career? Do you have a solid vision for where you are going? Assessed your current capabilities and built the plan to get there? Most PM’s will say no.
What can you do to be a better PM of your career? As the profession and technology change you need to carve out your path to ensure you remain a relevant leader in the profession. Come and participate in an interactive lunch workshop to help set a deliberate career plan for your future. There will be a discussion and introduction to some tools to help you gain perspective on your path career path. Co-lead by Gary Slyman a professional leadership and executive coach and Jeff Kubik PMP, CISSP. They will relate their experiences of working together to build a deliberate career path. The workshop will cover the following topics:
Gary Slyman assists individuals and organizations accelerate their transition to what is next. He provides leadership and ethics education and training, as well a leadership, executive, and team coaching that empowers clients to reach the next level of performance. A proven leader with over 35 years experience leading organizations operating in dynamic high-risk environments to educational settings.
As an officer he provided exceptional leadership for 23 years in the United States Marine Corps to include, program management and commanding an aviation squadron in combat.
In his last active duty assignment, he led, established, and assisted in the development and execution of multiple ethics education programs as the Deputy Director of the Ethics Center at the United States Naval Academy. Gary graduated from the US Naval Academy in 1981 with a BS in Engineering and has a MS in Systems Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School in 1991.
As the founder and president of Great Transitions Strategies he provides the leadership tools to individuals and organizations that allow them to transition to higher levels of performance and mission accomplishment. He completed his coach training Duquesne University and is an Associate Accreditated Coach with the International Coach Federation. Additionally he earned a Certificate in Facilitation from Georgetown University’s Institute of Transformational Leadership.
Jeff Kubik’s career journey spans 25 years beginning with his military service as an Air Force officer performing Information Assurance engineering and testing of C4ISR systems. Jeff transitioned to defense contracting in 1999 where his leadership and technical responsibility increased while his skills broadened amongst technical, management and business development domains. Jeff continues honing his project management skills over the past 13 while maintaining his PMP since 2008. He enjoys meeting new people during the past decade of being a member of the Baltimore Chapter PMI. Jeff graduated from the US Air Force Academy in 1993 with a BS in Electrical Engineering and earned his MS in Technology Systems Management from UMUC in 1996. In addition to his PMP, Jeff maintains his CISSP earned in 2000.
Must be signed into the Website with PMI.org log in information to get Member pricing. Non-Member must be Guests. $2 discount if register and pay online at least one day prior.
To reduce costs, cancellations will only be issued a credit toward future event for the value paid - less 10% service charge. You must cancel through the link in the registration email to trigger the refund.
|Event End Date||05-08-2018|
|Registration Start Date||03-15-2018|
|Cut off date||05-08-2018 11:00 am|
|Individual Price||$17.00 non-members ; $14.00 members (until 07-09-2018)|
|No. of Leadership PDUs||1.0|
|PMI Event Number||C078-20180508|
|Location (Click link for address)||Annapolis Junction|