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June 2020 PMI-MC Chapter Dinner Meeting
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Member price: $0.00 (Virtual Webinar Only due to State of Maryland Covid-19 Guidance)
Presenter: Mr. Patrick Murphy
Patrick Murphy is a leadership coach and speaker based in Washington, D.C. He is known for his unwavering enthusiasm and spirit to help leaders succeed. With his unique, award-winning background in film and narrative storytelling, his deep passion lies in helping clients reframe narratives, directing them towards positive attitudes, perspectives and outlooks that inspire continued growth, high impact performance, and overall happiness.
He received a BA in Film Production, with an emphasis on directing and screenwriting, from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2009. He brings this unique background to clients he serves. Patrick believes his clients’ lives are the films he once so passionately sought to create; partnering with them to achieve powerful performances is one of his greatest joys.
His full education, professional history, and interests stay up-to-date at https://www.linkedin.com/in/projectmurphy
Does a particular colleague at work just drive you nuts? Is it a boss or a colleague whose collaboration is vital and necessary to your success? How is it possible that someone’s mere presence or actions can incite in us a seemingly unstoppable emotional, defensive, or petty state of being?
“To increase your effectiveness, make your emotions subordinate to your commitments.”
A person’s leadership ability greatly depends upon their ability to control their emotional nature. In this session, Mr. Murphy will take you through an exploration journey for a proven method to ‘un-connect’ a leader’s emotions from an external party’s actions. You will identify the unconscious fears driving knee-jerk emotional states and explore steps for guiding troubled relationships to more productive places.
Location: Virtual (Zoom Conference Link: Sent out Morning of Meeting – Wed 3 May 2020)
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Chapter Business Remarks @ 7:30pm
Mr. Murphy’s Presentation – 7:45pm
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