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CIPS NS and IIBA Dinner Event: "So ... What's the Problem?" (Registration deadline is Fri Jan 25th)
Date: 
Tue, 01/29/2013
Event Location: 
(Halifax)

Registration deadline is Friday 25th.

Topic:       So ... What's the Problem?
Speaker:     Sheila Kelly
Date:        Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Time:        5:00 pm for networking, 
             6:00 pm for dinner, 
             7:00 pm for speaker
Location:    Dalhousie University Club
             Room TBD
             Off South Street beside Soccer Field
             See map at http://campusmaps.dal.ca/index.php
Cost:        Members - $40.00, Non-members - $50.00
Dinner Menu: 
Regular and Vegetarian options


          Corporate tables available

To register: On-line, E-mail - Patricia Landry or Phone 902-420-3070 x 2000
             When registering, please provide contact information and dinner choice
             Registration deadline is Friday, December 25th

Abstract:

Getting buy-in and collaboration for projects can be challenging. Getting off on the right foot is extremely important, and that critical first step involves clearly articulating the problem that the project is meant to solve. Sheila Kelly will not only help you think differently about problems and collaboration, she will provide a practical framework for capturing the process.

During this presentation with Sheila, you will:
• Understand why so many problems are “wicked;”
• Learn how to increase buy-in for your role as B.A.;
• Be motivated to approach problem-solving from a very effective framework.

 

Bio:

Sheila Kelly has over a decade of coaching experience, advanced training and certification through top institutions, hundreds of hours of high-level coaching with hundreds of clients, and management experience on the front lines of one of the toughest union environments in Canada. Sheila’s clients appreciate her ability to laser in on issues and ask just the right question.

Founder of Aegis Coaching Services, Sheila was a pioneer in introducing coaching to Halifax and beyond. She was founder of a national website and award to promote the coaching profession in Canada. As well, she has contributed as a member and/or on the local boards of Toastmasters, Canadian Assoc. of Professional Speakers, Chamber of Commerce, and the Center for Women in Business at MSVU.

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