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    IDC Seminars: Catch Up on CEUs at Urban Encounters Edmonton 2013

    Last Chance to Register: Friday, September 13, 2013 by 10 a.m.(MDT)

    You are cordially invited to attend Urban Encounters 2013 in Edmonton – IDA’s popular and informative table top trade show. 

    2 to 4:15 p.m.I Seminar: ENGAGING PROJECT TEAMS AND STAKEHOLDERS DURING THE PROJECT (2 IDCEC hours, AAA Structured Learning)
    Room 107

    The key to successful projects is not just the nuts and bolts of how to set up and run a project, but rather the engagement of the people involved in the project. Engaging project teams and stakeholders the right way and at the right time throughout the project can enhance project success. This session will address the below questions:

    1. How do you know who is a project stakeholder?
    2. At what point in the project should the team be involved?
    3. How do you keep the team involved?
    4. How do you maintain positive communication?
    5. What tool(s) could be used to keep the people and the project pointed in the same direction?

    If you have worked on projects that have resulted in a constant communication battle, or would like some tips on improving communication to enhance project success, this session is for you.

    Intended audience: This session is intended for all those involved with projects including project managers, project team members or those stuck with the project once it is completed!

    Brenda Comfort, MSc, PMP, OPM3 Professional As the lead consultant and trainer for EXP Consulting, Brenda has helped develop and deliver project management training to hundreds of organizations and thousands of project managers in both the public and private sector, including all of the top ten Saskatchewan companies. Brenda was one of the first certified organizational project management maturity model (OPM3®) professionals in Canada and provides this service to many different organizations. She is an international trainer for PMI’s OPM3® professional certification course and a member of the Global OPM Advisory Board for PMI.
    Brenda has provided project management consulting services to organizations including review of project management practices with recommendations, and development and implementation of project management methodology. Her certification in change management enables her to include the people side of change when implementing project management process improvement roadmaps. She has mentored executives and project managers through change when implementing project management processes and project management software. Brenda’s approach to project management training and consulting focuses on meeting the needs of the client to achieve the desired business results.

    Attendees comments:

    "Very good – gave me lots to think about."

    "I enjoyed this talk very much and learned a ton!
    Very informative- even to a junior designer."

    "Excellent presenter – very inclusive presentation."

    "Very useful info and examples."

    "Interactivity was great!  Good job!"

    "A very relatable topic, maintained interest throughout."

     

    4 to 8 p.m.I Urban Encounters Tabletop : Alberta Ballroom (1 non-IDCEC hour)

    Refreshments and hors d’oeuvres!
    Door prizes!
    A chance to meet industry suppliers and resource specialists!
    An opportunity to view new and established product lines!
    A relaxed social setting!
    Free admission!

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    LocationEdmonton Expo Centre, 7515 116 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5B 4X5 (Map)
    Date & Time

    Date: Thursday, September 19, 2013

    Registration for Seminar: 1:30 to 2 p.m.
    Seminar: 2 - 4:15 p.m. (Room 107)
    Urban Encounters Table Top: 4 to 8 p.m. (Alberta Ballroom - free admission!)

    ATTENTION IDC MEMBERS:
    Sonja Schutz registered before September 1, 2013 and won free registration.


    IDC REGISTRATION POLICY
    We encourage you to register at least one week in advance. The registration deadline is one week prior to the event.  A $25 late registration fee will be charged after the registration deadline. If you plan on registering at the door, please double-check to ensure that the event has not been sold-out, cancelled, re-scheduled or re-located. A $20 fee will be charged for cancellations received less than one week prior to the event, or a credit for the full amount paid may be used towards the registration of any future event. No refunds or credits will be issued after the event has occurred.

    Time in 1379633400
    FeesProfessional Members: $99.00
    Provisional Members: $75.00
    Non-members: $125.00
    RegisterThe registration is now closed. At the door registration will be available.
    ContactBarbora Krsiakova
    CEU2 IDCEC hours and 1 non-IDCEC hour
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