UXC Consulting workshop: building high performing leaders and teams with NASA’s former Director of Astrophysics

When:
Mar 8 - 15, 2012
 
Where:
Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra
 
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UXC Consulting is presenting a unique opportunity to meet and learn from Dr. Charlie Pellerin, NASA's former Director of Astrophysics and a world-leading authority on building high performing leaders and teams.

As organisations face an uncertain economic climate in 2012, managing projects for success will be of vital importance to the business bottom line. According to the PIPC Global Project Management Survey, 95% of companies state that project management is vital to the success of their business and will support their future business plans.

How many of your projects achieved their business cases last year?

UXC Consulting is presenting a unique opportunity to meet and learn from Dr. Charlie Pellerin, NASA's former Director of Astrophysics and a world-leading authority on building high performing leaders and teams. Dr. Pellerin’s career at NASA spanned nearly 30 years, of which his tenure as Director of Astrophysics oversaw a budget of over $8B, including the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope.

The success of your leaders and teams has a direct impact on your bottom line. In this 1-day workshop you will find out how to improve the performance of your leaders and teams at all levels of your organisation.
For more information about UXC Consulting’s workshop including 5 key takeaways and session outline please visit https://uxcconsulting.worldsecuresystems.com/home/Landing/4D/seminar

Where: 8 March - Melbourne
13 March - Sydney
15 March - Canberra

Time: 8:30am - 5:00pm

Register for this event today at UXC Consulting. Please follow this link
https://uxcconsulting.worldsecuresystems.com/home/Landing/4D/seminar
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