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PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR NONPROFITS 3-PART CERTIFICATE SERIES 12/05, 12/07, & 12/10/2018
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Formalize your knowledge and understanding of industry best practices, project management standards, and leadership skills, with this 3-part certificate series. This program is designed to review and emphasize the project processes and knowledge areas, terms, tools, and formulas as well as extend the knowledge base into soft skills such as communication, conflict management, team development and leadership.

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When: December 5, 7 & 10, 2018
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Where: Alliance Rocky Hill Offices
35 Cold Spring Rd
Bldg 500, 2nd Floor
Rocky Hill, Connecticut  06067
United States
Contact: Lilian Gutierrez
860-525-5080


Online registration is available until: 12/5/2018
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Project Management for Nonprofit

3-part Certificate Series

December 5, 7, & 10, 2018

Formalize your knowledge and understanding of industry best practices, project management standards, and leadership skills, with this 3-part certificate series. This program is designed to review and emphasize the project processes and knowledge areas, terms, tools, and formulas as well as to extend the knowledge base into soft skills such as communication, conflict management, team development and leadership. The entire program is compliant with the “Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, 6th edition, (PMBOK®)” from the Project Management Institute (PMI).

This course will feature:

  • Thorough review of the five project management process groups, the 10 knowledge areas and the 49 process steps, including the inputs, tools and techniques and outputs of each
  • Discussions and exercises supporting time management, project scheduling, earned value management, risk management, communications, and stakeholder management
  • Identify leadership traits, emotional intelligence (EQ), and explore soft skills such as motivation, team development, and empowerment
  • Identify and analyze management functions, core business practices,

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand and recognize key leadership skills, traits, and approaches
  • Identify and implement conflict resolution strategies
  • Put existing project best practices and processes to use
  • Use project tools and procedures that can be implemented to improve or establish formal projects.
  • Recognize value of communication management approaches
  • Understand team development, motivation, and drive

Presenter Information:

Stephen Onu, PhD, PMP, CSTE, CQA
Dr. Stephen Onu is a professor of Project Management and Business Strategy and a frequent speaker on global project management concepts across the globe.  Dr.Onu has published several articles in prestigious journals. Dr. Ou has presented numerous papers at the Academy of global Project management conferences. For many years, Dr.onu worked as a senior consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. and for Deloitte Inc. managing complex projects across the globe.


Dr. Onu is a certified with Project Management Professional (PMP) and has a doctorate in Business administration with a research focus on project perceptions and applications in the global marketplace. Dr. Onu books include “Perceptual Differences Between Project Sponsors and Project Managers in the Project Initiating Phase” as well as others on project management professionals.


Program Fees: *

The Early Bird Discount is available until November 7, 2018:

  • $389 for Members
  • $439 for Not-Yet-Members

Regular registration rates are:

  • $439 for Members
  • $499 for Not-Yet-Members

* The program fee covers workshop materials and assessment tools. Periodic breaks and lunch breaks will take place. Meals will not be provided. Payment is due in full upon registration and enrollment will not be guaranteed until payment is received.

 

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