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Please join us for the PMI Delaware Valley Chapter Professional Development Day!
When: Monday, November 7, 2022, 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Where: Via Zoom
Credit: 4 PDUs (2 Power Skills and 2 Business Acumen)
Registration fee: PMI-DVC Members: $60, Non-members: $75
Group discounts for 4 or more attending from the same company or organization are available. Contact us for more information.
Topic: Daily Execution. Extraordinary Results.
Presenter: Scott Welle
This interactive workshop is based on Scott’s latest book, “Daily Execution. Extraordinary Results.”, focusing on the strategy of goal setting, the execution of goal achieving, and the psychology of aspiring to big things. You will learn key strategies used by elite performers and top project managers to be your best and thrive in this fun, high-energy session."
Because any goal is realistic with an intelligent plan to accomplish it.
Included in the Professional Development Day Presentation:
- The reason DUMB Goals are superior to SMART Goals for results
- How 3 universal “pains” hold people back from taking action
- Set goals that motivate and empower with the O.P.P. Framework
- The 10 Principles that lead to excellence in execution
- Stay on track, even when you’re unmotivated and unfocused
- Why <3% of people actually achieve their goals (you can be different)
- Avoid the BIG goal setting mistake that sabotages your success
Daily Execution. Extraordinary Results. allows you to set goals and smash them. The tools and insights get you better results, faster and easier, for you, your team or your company. It will change the way you look at your performance potential.
On defining moments:
“You have done multiple things in your life that—connecting the dots looking backwards—were unrealistic at the time.
You did it anyway. You never stopped to ask whether it was sensible or practical. You made it happen.
Telling someone to be realistic is telling them to be self-limiting. Nothing noteworthy or significant was ever achieved by playing smaller than your capabilities.”
“Even if these things are difficult to pinpoint, realize that in your deepest, darkest, most difficult moments, you gained something. Your most painful times should not be looked at as things you wish didn’t happen, but as insightful, enriching experiences that made you who you are and made you better.”
“I’m not advocating Process Goal participation ribbons for everyone, regardless of whether you achieved your Outcome. Outcomes matter. But we must view them in proper context and resist the temptation to use the blanket dichotomy of success and failure when it’s the only indicator to which we’re paying attention.”
On small wins:
“In one day, it is insignificant. You barely even notice it. After a week, you probably won’t notice it either. After a month, you start to see things happening. After a quarter, the changes become more obvious. After a year (and beyond) the entire trajectory of your achievements have changed.
All from something small and sustainable.
This is the boring part of excellence that The Norm neither understands, appreciates, nor ever fully embraces.”
“Goal achievement doesn’t happen by hoping you’ll be dealt the best cards. It happens by playing your best hand.”
On performance expectations:
“It’s the mentality of selectively low execution on a daily basis, with high expectations of outcomes on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis, that delivers extraordinary results.”
“What if we told a better story about accountability? Instead of it being something that’s only affixed to the weak and weary—a heavy cloak bearing our spineless ineptitude—could we look at accountability as one of the best ways to ensure we achieve our goals?”
“But we believe otherwise. We most often see the public successes, not the private struggles, and deem these people to have something that we don’t. We put them on an unreachable pedestal above us. It’s unfortunate and inaccurate. Their achievements can be our achievements.”
Scott Welle has spent his life helping people achieve peak performance, personally and professionally. Scott’s 8 best-selling books, articles, videos, podcasts and online programs inspire hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. He has a Master’s degree in Sport Psychology, is an adjunct professor at St. Olaf University and regularly consults with top performing executives, project managers and entrepreneurs, as well as elite athletes, all with one common goal: to OUTPERFORM. Fox 9 in Minneapolis-St Paul has called him a “Motivational Expert.” and he was recently named the 2021 Midwest Motivational Speaker of the Year. For “fun” (and because he’s a little crazy!), Scott has completed 29 marathons, 5 Ironman triathlons, a 100-mile ultra-marathon, and serves others by showing them how to tap into the mindset of challenging their self-limiting beliefs and aspiring to be their best every day.
Find a Volunteer Opportunity
Make your mark on PMI Delaware Valley Chapter and the profession. As a member, you can volunteer to work on and to lead activities that advance the profession and support the chapter business operations by joining our chapter volunteer community. All volunteer openings are managed by the PMI Volunteer Relationship Management System (VRMS). This system includes the ability to search for opportunities, view details about each role and apply online.
Earn PDUs by Volunteering
Volunteering Project Management Professional PDUs can be earned as part of Category E: Volunteer Service. Category E, along with Category D (Creating New Project Knowledge) and Category F (Working as a Professional in Project Management), comprise the Giving Back To The Profession Categories. You can earn PDUs in Category E (Volunteer Service) by providing volunteer, non-compensated project management, and many others.
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Military Outreach Program
PMI Delaware Valley Chapter has an active Military Outreach Program. Harris Snyder is the current point of contact for this effort, with support from Frank McKeown, and Jim Snyder. The team’s primary goal is to support active duty and ex-military members who are interested in Project Management, encouraging them to get involved with PMI and get certified. A second goal is to support veterans where possible, using the team’s knowledge and experience where appropriate.
Speakers for PMI-DVC Meetings
Project Management Institute-Delaware Valley Chapter (PMI-DVC) is looking for dynamic speakers who have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in and/or related to project management. PMI-DVC has several chapter events including dinner meetings, professional development days and special events that allow our 3800+ members to learn about current trends in the project management field. Our meetings are held within the Delaware Valley area throughout the year.