Pat Williams, SVP of the Orlando Magic, to Keynote Project Management Symposium



DENVER, Nov 23, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) —
Pat Williams, SVP of the Orlando Magic and one of America’s top
motivational speakers, will keynote the 14th Annual Rocky
Mountain Project Management Symposium (8 PDUs) from PMI Mile Hi, Friday,
April 20, Colorado Convention Center, Denver. ( )

The keynote, titled “7 Keys to Leadership in the 21st
Century,” kicks off the full day conference themed, “Leadership: Winning
Strategies for Achieving Project Success.”

The event is packed with workshops, more than 15 breakout sessions,
continental breakfast, hearty lunch and snacks, prize drawings and
closing session.

Workshops are “Making Agile Work in the Real World,” a panel from Agile
Denver; “A Sixth Sense for Project Management,” Roeder Consulting;
“Results Roundtable: Four Leadership Questions to Target Results that
Matter,” Executive Leadership Group; “Meet, Mix Mingle: How to Get the
Most Out of Social Events,” by Ed Tate, Ed Tate Associates; and closing
session “How Many Project Managers Does It Take to Change a Light
Bulb?,” Vic Alejandro Productions.

Exhibitors are RMC Project Management, The Project Management Bookstore,
Roeder Consulting, Executive Leadership Group LLC, Agile Denver, Denver
Metro Project Management Education Foundation PMI Mile Hi.

“Our annual Symposium consistently ranks as one of the largest
professional development days from chapters of the Project Management
Institute (, typically attracting upwards of 800 attendees,”
said Peterson. “We are confident that this will be our best Symposium
yet, based on the excellence of our speakers and overall quality of what
we offer throughout the entire day.”

Members of the Symposium Core Planning Team are Elley Peterson, PMP,
Symposium Director 2011 2012, Jessica Anson, PMP, Aundrea De Leon,
PMP, Laura Flores, PMP, Chuck Knezevich, MBA, PMP, Sue Kober, PMP, Maria
Pace Smith, PMP, Eva Stender, PMP, Chuck Tate, PMP, Cathy Tinetti, PMP,
David Thorp, PMP, and Patricia McLaughlin.

Discounts for groups and discounts for volunteers are available. Early
Bird discount rate for PMI Mile Hi members is $375 and non-members $525,
reflecting a $150 discount. Early Bird discount for individuals ends
February 29, 2012. Early Bird discount for groups ends February 19, 2012.

Registration: .
General information: Elley Peterson, PMP,

SOURCE: PMI Mile Hi Chapter

        McLaughlin Marketing  PR for PMI Mile Hi Chapter
        Patricia McLaughlin, 303-283-6743

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