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PMI Champlain Valley Chapter Dinner Meeting Event with Michael Nir
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PMI Champlain Valley Chapter Dinner Meeting Event with Michael Nir

The Champlain Valley Chapter of the Project Management Institute hosts a dinner meeting event, with guest speaker Michael Nir discussing “Persuading the Bear: How to Influence Without Authority”

9/11/2018
When: Tuesday, September 11, 2018
5:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Where: Trader Duke's Hotel
1117 Williston Road
South Burlington, Vermont  05403
United States

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The Champlain Valley Chapter of the Project Management Institute hosts a dinner meeting event with guest speaker Michael Nir discussing “Persuading the Bear: How to Influence Without Authority”

When an employee is asked to take the lead on a project without the personal authority that comes from being part of the senior executive team, it can feel like they are trying to persuade a Grizzly Bear! Being able to effectively build enthusiasm, delegate tasks and deal with conflicting agendas – often with little or no reward for themselves – requires the skills to influence rather than the power of command.

In this practical and insightful presentation, the audience will learn best practices for leading and influencing without authority, giving them the skills they need to effectively persuade others, lead diverse teams, and get projects done on time.

Michael Nir is president of Sapir Consulting US and is an Enterprise Lean-Agile Consultant; known for his passion, creativity and innovation.

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