Leading Change That Sticks

Have you ever needed to have your team learn something new and then adopt it in their day-to-day work? Perhaps you made an excellent presentation…but somehow It wasn’t actually accepted and used successfully by your team. How frustrating! That’s what this time together will cover. How do you get people to get onboard with new ideas and practices and then have them actually be willing to use them on the job? The exciting thing is that YOU can be in control of this acceptance by the way you Introduce and work with the team to inspire the change. Find out how in this meeting where we discuss, “Leading Change That Sticks”.



Date - Wednesday February 1st
Time - 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (Central)
Cost - Members $10; Non-Members: $15.00
Event PDU - 1 (.5 Ways of working; .5 Power Skills)







Barbee Davis, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA, DASM, DASSM, DAC, and DASM owns the PMI Authorized Training Provider, Davis Consulting, is a well-known published author, speaker, writer of training materials, and is an innovator in presentation-skill workshops. Ms. Davis’ experience is in the government, education, healthcare, banking, IT, and construction fields, among others. She worked as a consultant and an R.E.P. Quality Reviewer for PMI, evaluating training organizations wishing to be accepted or renewed into the Registered

Education Program (R.E.P.) before it was transformed into the Authorized Training Provider program. Barbee also created and maintained the original PMI Intellectual Property Guidelines R.E.P. Tutorial in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Japanese, Chinese, Russian and Arabic.


You may know her from, “97 Things Every Project Manager Should Know", or “Quick Quizzes for Project Managers”. Barbee’s latest book, “Agile Practices for Waterfall Projects: Shifting Processes for Competitive Advantage”, is rated five stars on Amazon.com and is a perfect process guide for agile and non-agile teams, project managers, and upper management. It is also a PMI-ACP® Prep gem.


Barbee currently writes “Topic Teasers” for PMI’s free electronic newsletter, projectmanagement.com. Twice a month it presents a practical, advanced level project management question and 4 answers. You can choose your own idea of the best answer and then click to see Barbee's answer and a useful article about how you can implement these ideas in your own workplace. There is space at the bottom to enter a discussion with other project managers around the world and see how they handle these challenges in their own workspace.

2/1/2023 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Central Standard Time

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