Team Leadership Event for Alamo PMI

Congratulations Alamo PMI on your growth and success

Yesterday afternoon I drove into San Antonio to check out the venue for the March 4-5, 2009 Knowledge Team Leadership intensive and then to the Alamo PMI (Project Management Institute) chapter meeting as the evening’s guest presenter.

It was a packed house with 209 chapter members in attendance. Chapter President Peter Hottenstein said it blew away reservations and attendance records. That’s great.

How to Build any Team Any Time

I spoke for about an hour and hung around after to chat with a number of friends in the audience. It was fun to mingle with some program managers from USAA which yesterday had announced a whopping $500million return to policy holders and a 13.5% bonus to employees due to operating success in 2008.

I promised to post my presentation slides. I had also hoped to post an MP3 of my talk but I didn’t get it captured. Apologies for that.

Comments in my email this morning

We met at the PMI meeting tonight. I really enjoyed your presentation and plan to put your ideas into practice immediately.

I really enjoyed your presentation at the Alamo PMI membership meeting.  I believe the concepts you taught are going to help me break through the plateau I’ve been sitting on for the past several years.  I’m looking forward to beginning my day with new ideas and practical exercises I can apply to myself to build teamwork

I really enjoyed your presentation last evening and I thank you for the fantastic information you shared with us!

Chris, I saw you last night at the Alamo PMI event. The subject matter was really thought provoking and valuable. I look forward to getting the information from your site and applying it in my new job and personal relationships.

Thanks Alamo PMI

Alamo PMI I appreciate your invitation, your excellent administration and organization leading up to the event, and your wonderful hospitality. Let’s do it again. Okay?

Posted in Leadership, Responsibility, Teamwork on 01/29/2009 12:03 pm
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