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2022 NCPMI Annual Conference – Changemakers: PM With Impact

August 26, 2022, 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM EDT
Individual Price: Members - $125; Non Members - $165

IIL’s Advantage Program will be contributing to NCPMI’s 2022 Annual Conference, Changemakers: PM With Impact. Join the event to hear speakers such as Dr. Harold Kerzner, Keith Wilson, and Ed Lively, in discussions about industry best practice in Project Management. Earn 8 PDUs to go toward your certification!

As the landscape for project managers has changed, PMI North Carolina is using the annual conference as a spring-board to enhance our members with skills to change their communities and organizations. Join us on Friday, August 26 to hear illuminating perspectives, participate in live Q&A sessions, and gain key learnings that will refresh and reshape the way you work.

This will be a virtual event. Conferencing details will be distributed prior to the event.

Registered Attendee Benefit – The first 200 registrants will be provided a coupon code for an in-person networking event on Thursday, August 18 at the NCSU McKimmon Center.
Anthony Reed, CPA, PMP
Running to Leadership: The New Type T Manager
Managing Difficult Projects and Difficult People
Anthony Reed, CPA, PMP (www.RunningToLeadership.com) is an international professional speaker, author, documentary director and producer, two-time history making hall of fame marathoner, and business executive. He spent over twenty-five years in management and executive positions for companies, such as Texas Instruments, Accor, Siemens, Pepsico/Frito-Lay, Ernst & Young, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. He has authored six books and over fifty articles about leadership, technology, and fitness. He recently directed, produced, and wrote the feature length documentary Breaking Three Hours: Trailblazing African American Women Marathoners (www.BreakingThreeHours.com).
Dr. Harold Kerzner
A Peek Into The Future of Project Management
Harold Kerzner (Ph.D., MS, Engineering and MBA) is Senior Executive Director with International Institute for Learning, Inc. and Professor Emeritus of Systems Management at Baldwin-Wallace College. Dr. Kerzneris an expert in the areas of project managementand strategic planning.
Mike Griffiths
Tailoring Approaches: Agile Project Management
Mike Griffiths is a project management author, trainer, and consultant working for the Project Management Institute (PMI.) Prior to joining PMI, Mike was involved in the creation of DSDM in 1994 and served on the board of the Agile Alliance. He co-founded the PMI Agile Community of Practice, was chair for the PMI Agile Practice Guide, and co-chair for the PMBOK Guide 7th Edition.
Keith Wilson
Keith Wilson
Emotional Intelligence in a Digital World
Keith is a Senior Consultant, Trainerand Coach withover 25 years of successful management and consulting experience and business planning. Keith is a leader in Agile training, coach and transitioning to Agile and is well known for his public speaking skills and enthusiasmandhas been a welcomed facilitator at numerous fortune 500 corporations, universities, and associations worldwide.He is engaging, energetic, entertaining and informative.
By Ed Lively, PMP, PRINCE2 Practitioner, MCITP, IIL Senior Consultant and Trainer
Ed Lively
Risk Management for Project/Programs
Ed is a highly skilled trainer and consultant with extensive project management experience and interpersonal skills across several industries. His broad level of experience includesoperations, information technology, corporate finance,and process improvement.He excels in team building, budgeting, scheduling,and training team members. Ed is enthusiastic with exceptional organizational and communication skills.
Ruth Pearce
Ruth Pearce
Lessons Learned from Case Studies in Project Manager Burnout

Ruth Pearce runs A Lever Long Enough (ALLE LLC-Project Motivator) and is the founder of In it Together coaching which provides group coaching to project managers and other groups. Ruth’s vision is for workplaces to be transformed into inclusive collaborative communities.

Ruth has twenty years of direct experience in the project management field, supported by extensive study and research in the science of Character Strengths and Positive Psychology.

Her book, Be a Project Motivator: Unlock the Secrets of Strengths-Based Project Management, was published in November 2018.

Kyle Morton & Ebony Burroughs
How Unconscious Bias Impacts Agile Values and Principles in Teams
Kyle’s primary focus has been helping development teams be effective and enjoy their work. He has over twenty years of experience building Agile teams for software development or other technology delivery. Kyle has been with Insight for the last six years working in Agile coaching and training. Additionally, he has held or practiced roles including Business Analyst, Quality Assurance, User Experience Architect, Agile Manager, Project Manager, and Program Manager. Kyle has led Agile sessions at conferences including Southern Fried Agile in Charlotte, Agile Midwest in Saint Louis, TriAgile in Raleigh, Music City Tech in Nashville, CincyDeliver in Cincinnati, and Agile Arizona in Phoenix.
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