Leadership skills in the 21st century …
do you know your history?
By Steve Fullmer
Thu, Nov 2
12 Noon – 1 PM (MST)
The PMI Leadership triangle touts our need to develop our knowledge and application of leadership. Do you understand the leadership models of the 20th century? The 21st Century? Understanding your predecessors can assist to set your future course. On the matter of history, Mark Twain’s quote “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme” is likely more relevant than George Santayana’s, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” We avoid what we fear, and we fear what we do not understand. As such humans tend to repeat that with which we are comfortable, not that which we forgot (or never knew). Get comfortable with the past, so that your rhyme can guide a better future.
Join Steven Fullmer for a review of past and present leadership models so that you can make sound decisions regarding the leadership style and skills that you apply. Are you using the appropriate leadership models for your talents, skills, and situation? Are you jumping aboard the latest leadership fad or applying lessons from the latest New York Times best seller without insight or context?
21st century leadership and self-development mentors regularly promote the latest ‘scientific evidence’ for their theories. Remember that the scientific method is founded on isolating factors for study. New theories and tools are only correct within their controlled environments. If you merely adopt a new theory, you are a follower and not a leader. You need a broader understanding to select the right tool for you! Join us on November 2nd.
Attendees will earn 1 (PDU) Professional Development Unit for their PMI Continuing Certification Requirement. Here is a step-by-step process for recording your PDU.
Steve Fullmer has a global reputation as a project manager, chief technology officer, and computer systems innovator. He has authored more than 100 articles and written courseware for several dozen courses in the fields of project management, productivity, business analysis and computer technology. He has been a keynote speaker at numerous Project Management conferences and events. He has more than thirty-five years of professional design and project management experience in finance and high technology firms. His career was established with companies such as Honeywell Large Computer Products, NEC Supercomputers, First Interstate Bank, Wells Fargo Bank, AG Communication Systems and Lucent Technologies. He enjoys teaching to local and global classrooms via broadcast audiences, as well as having authored and created several dozen educational video series.