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46

 

PMI Synergy 2016

The biggest celebration of project management in the UK is fast approaching and we want to see you there!

WHY ATTEND

- Find Your Inspiration - Make Connections - Increase Your Visibility -

- Stay Current Learn and Retain Valuable Skills and Knowledge -

- Prepare for Your Future -          

- Earn PDUs -  

This year, we're going to look at the Talent Triangle's individual elements as well as the behaviours and skills needed to blend them together so that the end product is greater than the sum of its parts. The Well-Rounded Project Leader.

Our day long programme is designed to reflect the PMI Talent Triangle. The mix of thought provoking and entertaining presentations from well-known and unusual speakers. Plus a great exhibition, food and best networking opportunity of the year!? Join us for a memorable event.

 

 

 

 

We have some great Guest Speakers lined up:

DiDi Hopkins (Facilitator)

Our compere for the day combines theatre practice with management styles to help us as delegates to “define and deliver our expectations and bring our hidden strengths into the arena”.

A member of the senior management training programme at the Royal National Theatre in London, home to classic drama and Shakespeare productions, Didi designs and facilitates tailor-made leadership sessions with a range of corporate clients.

An actor and director in the UK and Europe in TV, film and theatre, Didi’s business themes are communication, creativity, innovation and inspiring performance.

 

Presenting: Leadership with Shakespeare by your side

 

 

Prof. Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez

Antonio is one of the top keynote speakers in the global Strategy Execution circuit having appeared on the same platform with the likes of Bob Kaplan, founder of the Balanced Scorecard.

He has been a champion of project management and strategy implementation and been an eloquent advocate for the fact that project management is the lingua franca of the business and personal worlds from the C-suite, right up to managing your career or relationships.

Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez is Director of Program Management Office at GlaxoSmithKline Vaccines. In 2013, Antonio was elected as Director of the global Board of Directors of the Project Management Institute. Currently, he is PMI's Chairman of the Board of Directors.

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Presenting: Enhancing Strategic Dialogue

 

 

Robin Sieger


Robin Sieger is a successful businessman, bestselling author, and broadcaster. He is a leading success strategist and developed a reputation within media and circles as a peak performance expert

Robin was born in Glasgow and moved south to attend Surrey University where he studied Human Biology. He then went on to become a successful comedy writer.

It was, however, ten years ago after being diagnosed with Hodgkin's Disease, that Robin became fascinated by the human potential, success, well-being and peak performance. Robin inspires people to believe that all of these conditions are achievable and are within the reach of those willing to make the commitment.

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Presenting: Creating a culture of success

 

 

 


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