The #1 Strategy for Communication that Supports Your Calls of Courage
Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Cleveland Pub & Grill
14000 W. Cleveland Ave.
New Berlin, WI 53151
As a project manager, you are responsible for guiding projects from beginning to end and managing a variety of individuals and teams in the process. Each day you must courageously make decisions that will lead projects to success and work to earn buy-in from a variety of stakeholders. You are tasked with not only negotiating the challenges of disagreements, but also with simultaneously motivating everyone involved to do a great job. Your work requires untiring energy and the ability to navigate unique challenges at each stage of a new project.
This presentation will provide you with a key communication strategy to take your leadership to the next level and assist you with navigating the challenges you face on your project management journey.
Join us as international soccer referee, Margaret Domka shares how she used communication to get a variety of teams and stakeholders to cooperate and adhere to her decisions. She will share how you, too, can gain trust from your teams and change perceptions.
During the session, you will be invited to actively practice this new communication method. You will also take home additional suggestions to practice. Learn the number one strategy for communication that supports the courageous calls you make as a project manager and leader within your industry!
Margaret Domka, United States Soccer National Referee Coach and professional speaker, draws upon her current and past professional and academic experiences to connect with her audiences and share her powerful messages. She is passionate about inspiring others to pursue their own path just as she has done.
As a former Fédération Internationale de Football Association referee, Margaret proudly officiated at many international events and represented the U.S. on the FIFA panel from 2007-2016. In 2015, she was the only American selected to referee at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada. Additional highlights of her career include officiating at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Japan 2012 and the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada 2014.
Additionally, Margaret holds an M.S. in organizational leadership and administration, an M.S. in information design and strategy with a specialization in data science and analytics and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in sports management. She has also held professional roles as a Spanish teacher, international referee instructor, education director, event coordinator, industry researcher and website designer.
Networking: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Chapter Meeting: 6:30 to 6:45 p.m.
Speaker presentation: 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. (includes Q&A)
Door prizes: 7:45 p.m. (must be present)
$10 Student *
Event admission includes appetizers.