Neuroleadership – A Journey through the Brain
The field of neuroleadership is based on the understanding that the brain can give leaders new and powerful insights into human behavior and how to effectively tap into that knowledge to generate better returns in business.
In this talk Bernie Saenz will discuss some of the latest findings in the area of Social Neuroscience and how these findings apply to modern day leadership. In this engaging talk you will learn how the brain’s wirings and chemicals affects behaviors, relationships and personal effectiveness along with learning practical strategies to further develop the different areas of emotional intelligence. Become a better leader, one who inspires and mobilizes people towards a vision which accomplishes the greater good and not simply a better service or product.
Bernie Saenz, MBA, PMP
Bernie is a lifetime student of leadership who is constantly striving to quench a never ending thirst for seeing those around him grow in their passion, leadership abilities and finding satisfaction in purposeful work. He is also a Healthcare Management Consultant helping major healthcare organizations around the nation with organizational change and leadership development at a very critical time in the healthcare industry.
PM Tools Session:
Getting a Runaway Project Under Control: Interrogating the MS Project Database
Have you ever been faced with the daunting task of getting a large project back on track? In this session, a seasoned project manager will show you some techniques to cut to the chase and get the information needed to make the key project management decisions that will move the project forward.
Willmour Daniels, PMP, MS Project MCTS/MCP
Over his career as a government employee/manager and as both an Accenture and independent consultant, Willmour has worked on a wide variety of projects in government (DOD, Postal, Child Services) and industry (Pharma and Chemical). He has over 20 years of experience in the technology industry and 17+ years working as a project manager and in various project management roles.