SIM-Next, RMIMA, Regis University, and Stellar Teams are sponsoring the Stellar Influence Workshop at Regis University's Denver Tech Center Campus on January 28, 2016.
What comes to mind when you hear the word Politics? For most technologists, it's not positive. You probably think, "Why should I have to play politics? My work is always good and it speaks for itself." But organizational politics are real and must be dealt with if you want to get your good ideas heard across the organization. At the workshop, you'll get a wake-up call on the need to enter the political playing field. You'll also learn a framework and some practical skills for managing politics with high integrity.
This workshop is based on the Wall Street Journal Best Seller, "Survival of the Savvy" co-authored by Rick Brandon and Marty Feldman.
- 7:30-8:30 am -- Check-In & Continental Breakfast
- 8:30 am-12:00 Noon -- Workshop
The registration fee for this workshop is $15 per person. The fee covers the workbook, an online self-assessment, and continental breakfast. Registration Cutoff is January 25.
The workshop facilitators are Bob Schwieterman, President Stellar Teams, a professional development firm, and Steve Wille, author of Colorful Leadership, and a 25 year veteran of technology management.