PMI Rio Grande Chapter Dinner Meeting - Albuquerque

Sandia Resort & Casino

30 Rainbow Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87122

The monthly meeting of the Rio Grande Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMIRGC) will be held from 6pm-8pm Thu Oct 17th at Sandia Resort & Casino. 

This month’s topic is Creating Sustainable Change. Additional information regarding the event and speakers follow:

Change management is an art as well as a science. Successful change initiatives combine proven change management/leadership methodologies with the organization’s individual needs. In this working session, we will:

  • Look at the typical barriers to change from an individual and organizational perspective.
  • Review traditional change processes and how they hinder creating sustainable organizational change.
  • Introduce you a proven methodology for sustainable change.
  • Apply this methodology to your organization while building a “road-map for change” to bring back to your teams. 

Speaker Bios

Phyllis Moore

Phyllis is the founder of Kinet-ix, helping individuals and organizations create new paths to success. She brings over 20 years of experience in the areas of change leadership, learning and development, human capital strategies, talent management, individual and executive coaching, and organizational effectiveness to clients.

Phyllis’ career is built on leadership roles working with clients designing and implementing solutions relative to their organizational effectiveness and business results goals. ·Projects involve the full organization, from senior leadership to front-line employees. Prior to founding Kinet-ix, Phyllis was a Senior Vice President at Kotter International and a Partner in Deloitte Consulting’s Human Capital practice. In these roles, she developed client relationships and led teams in change leadership and Human Capital consulting across multiple industries.

Prior to joining Deloitte Consulting, Phyllis was a Senior Client Manager and consulted in the areas of learning and development with the industry leader, Zenger Miller (now Achieve Global).

Phyllis has a BS degree in Business & Marketing and a MSBA with a focus on Business Management and Organizational Effectiveness. She is also a certified professional coach through the Hudson Institute of Santa Barbara.

Carlos Duno

Carlos V. Duno is the Owner and President of CDuno coaching and consulting and is Chief Executive Officer and Owner of The HIREFIRM, the leading executive recruiting and temporary placement firm in Santa Fe. His work specializes in providing HR and management consulting, including workforce placement and coaching services to companies in a broad range of industries.

Prior to creating The HIREFIRM, Carlos served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Clean Fuels Technology, a leading developer of emulsified fuels for transportation and power generation applications. He has also served as President, Business Development and Planning, at Vitro S.A. in Monterrey, Mexico.

Additionally, Carlos is currently a director of Libbey, Inc., a publicly traded company, and he serves as Chairman of the Audit Committee.

Carlos has also served in senior domestic and international management roles at Scott Paper Company, while the first ten years of his career included international assignments with McKinsey and Co., as well as Eli Lilly

Carlos has a BS in Industrial Engineering from the National University of Mexico as well as an MS in Industrial Engineering and an MBA from Columbia University in New York. He is also a certified Executive Coach by the Hudson Institute in Santa Barbara.

Thursday, 17 October, 2013

Contact:

Susan Byrnes

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Cost:

$25 for members; $30 for non-members

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