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February 2019 Monthly Dinner Meeting

February 11, 2019
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
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Silver Garden Events Center
24350 Southfield Rd
Southfield, MI 48075
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Leading Volunteers with FORCE

One of the greatest management and leadership challenges is leading volunteers effectively and efficiently. Volunteers, so it seems, don’t listen to orders, do whatever they want at their own schedule, and can leave at any time, all because they are not paid. However, it is said that volunteers and volunteerism is America at our best. Harnessing the power volunteers and volunteerism can be transformational for any organization if FORCE is applied appropriately. This presentation will address an appropriate way to lead volunteers with great results.

 

Presentation Objectives

  • Review the 5 key elements of leading volunteers
  • Discuss the (non) differences between volunteers and ‘real’ workers
  • Share a personal story on a major US company requiring their professional employees to volunteer on community service

 

Three Takeaways

  1. Learn the five key FORCE requirements in leading volunteers
  2. Understand the non-differences between ‘real’ workers and volunteers
  3. Learn the value of volunteering in regards to leadership learning and professional development

Speaker Bio

William A. Moylan, PhD, PMP, FESD, DTM, is an associate professor of construction management at Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA. In addition, he consults, trains and provides expert witness testimony in project management and construction engineering. Dr. Bill has extensive professional experience in all aspects of program and project management, having worked throughout North America, the Middle East and Asia. His project experiences include new product development, quality improvement, computer and information systems, and, facility engineering and construction projects. He has also led and managed projects within the oil and gas production, petroleum, chemical processing, energy, academic, government, public service, automotive and manufacturing industries.

 

Agenda

Registration/Networking: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Dine and Develop: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
2018 Volunteer recognition: 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Speaker Presentation: 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm


Attendees will receive 2.0 PDUs for this event.

Note: There will be a "speaker only" option for those only listening to the speaker (dinner not included). These attendees should arrive by 6:45 pm for announcements. 


REGISTRATION NOTE: Advance, online registration will close at Noon on the Friday prior to the meeting.  Please register in advance to secure your seat and dinner.

Please click here for the Cancellation Policy & Informed Consent Release

Tickets

$40.00 PMI-GLC Member - Full Meeting (Dinner & Speaker Presentation)
$35.00 Earlybird rate before February 6

$40.00 Members of National PMI or Other Chapters (not GLC) - Full Meeting (Dinner & Speaker Presentation)
$35.00 Earlybird rate before February 6

$50.00 Non-Member - Full Meeting (Dinner & Speaker Presentation)
$44.00 Earlybird rate before February 6

$20.00 PMI-GLC Member - Speaker Only (No Dinner)

$20.00 Members of National PMI or Other Chapters (not GLC) - Speaker Only (No Dinner)

$25.00 Non-Member - Speaker Only (No Dinner)