Project management is driven by decisions, often dozens or more per day. Some decisions are small and barely noticed while others are prominent.
Some require deep thought because they involve people, resources and the environment. And sometimes these factors are in conflict, creating a dilemma and perhaps significant risks.
While project managers normally know what to do, how to do it can become a puzzle — especially when stakeholder interests conflict.
Like all leaders, project managers build trust by the way they make decisions. Here again, the “how to do it” can be puzzling yet is instrumentally important. Ethics is the discipline of “how to do it best”.
Gretta Kelzi, a member of the PMI Ethics Insights Team, will present on the topic to deepen your knowledge and perspective, She will guide you through a session which will include self assessments and group activity, discovering the level of maturity of applying PMI's Code of Ethics at a personal and professional level.
When you register and attend the live webinar you will receive 1 Leadership PDU. We will auto register you for the PDU when you attend the live event (PMI ID to be included with registration).
This meeting will be run virtually.
All registrants will receive an email with the link to join the meeting on June 16th.
|Event Date||17-Jun-2021 7:00 pm|
|Event End Date||17-Jun-2021 8:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||03-Jan-2021 10:00 am|
|Cut off date||16-Jun-2021 6:00 pm|
|No. of Leadership PDUs||1|
|PMI Event Number||C144YE84ZU|
Operations Manager at Esri Lebanon, with 20+ years of experience in GIS systems and applications.
Active volunteer with PMI since 2012. was President of PMI Lebanon chapter between March 2017 and December 2018.
Graduated in October 2017 from PMI's Leadership Institute Master Class, during the LIM NA in Chicago.
Active on VRMS, was appointed as Leadership Institute Meeting Content Evaluation Committee and Participated as a Congress Proposal and Storyboard Reviewer for LIM EMEA 2017, LIM NA 2017, LIM Latin America 2018, LIM EMEA 2018, EMEA 2019 LIM and Congress. Participated in Validation translation meeting in Rome and mega exam development workshop in Dubai, in addition to the CAPM online course questions review and completed the Project Management Competency Structure survey.
Currently, Member of PMI's Ethics Member Advisory Group, since January 2019.