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PMI Presents "7 Deadliest Sins of Communicating with Lawyers"

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On February 9th, the Project Management Institute's Legal Project Management Community of Practice will host a webinar on how to avoid common mistakes when communicating to influence lawyers, presented by  Skip Weisman, owner of Weisman Success Resources, Inc.

Title: "7 Deadliest Sins of Communicating with Lawyers" 

Format/Location: On-line webinar.

Cost: Free to PMI members. PMI membership required.

Organizations: PMI Legal Project Management Community of Practice

Description:

This webinar will unveil the most damaging communication mistakes project managers make when communicating to influence lawyers. Participants will also learn the three primary reasons these communication mistakes occur and the various contexts in which they occur so they can be aware of how their interpersonal communication style can either support or impede progress on projects. Additionally, at the close of the webinar we will provide three power communication beliefs of "Champion" project leaders and offer additional resources for next steps and continued development.

Presenters:

Skip Weisman, owner of Weisman Success Resources, Inc.

Credits & Accreditation: Eligible for 1 PDU credit; no M/CLE credits.

Link: (note, you must be a member of PMI to access and register for this webinar)

 http://legalpm.vc.pmi.org/DesktopModules/Pmi.Dnn.Modules.Webinars/WebinarAction.aspx?PortalId=63&WebinarExternalKey=902d71a8-880e-405b-9603-1743531970fe&WebinarAction=View 

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