OSPMI September 2020 Virtual Chapter Meeting

 
 
  

PM & CSM Core Strength - Meeting Facilitation

by

Dave Cozzens

 

Over 25 million meetings take place every day in the United States and 63% are conducted without a pre-planned agenda.  Almost 1/3 of all meetings are considered unnecessary by the people who attend them.  Come prepared for a fun and engaging session where you will:

  • Understand the components of a great meeting plan
  • Learn how to get your desired outcome from your meetings
  • Gain effective ways to conduct brainstorming sessions
  • Use the strategies to plan your next meeting
  • Participate in a brainstorming session to identify topics for upcoming OSPMI meetings

Join us and find out what you can do to make your meetings productive, engaging and effective!”

 
Bio:

Dave Cozzens is a Sr. Program Manager in Change Enablement for Citizens Bank.  He has over 30 years Program and Project management experience working on large scale transformative initiatives.  Prior to Citizens Dave has worked at Putnam Investments, Fidelity Investments, and NTT Data.  Dave is passionate about meeting facilitation and is a frequent guest speaker at Year-Up Providence where his presentation on meeting strategies is now part of their standard curriculum.
 
 
 
A link to attend the webcast will be emailed upon registration.
Earn 2 PDUs!
 

Event Properties

Event Date 09-17-2020 6:30 pm
Event End Date 09-17-2020 8:30 pm
Registration Start Date 08-28-2020 6:00 am
Cut off date 09-17-2020 6:15 pm
Individual Price Free
No. of Technical PDUs 2.0
Location Virtual WebEx
We are no longer accepting registration for this event

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PMP® Members 368
CAPM® Members 13
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PMI-SP® Members 3
PMI-RMP® Members 5
PMI-ACP® Members 16
PfMP® Members 1
PMI-PBA® Members 1
Members with no Certification 161
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