Quiet Project Management (APPEL-QPM)

PARTICIPANT TESTIMONIALS

The goal of this one day course is to give leaders concrete tools for creating a work environment and management culture that supports and nurtures the natural strengths of introverts.

This course is designed for NASA project managers who lead mixed teams of introverts, ambiverts and extroverts.

Project Management Competencies
  • PM 2.0 - Stakeholder Management
Common Competencies
  • C 2.1 - Staffing and Performance
  • C 2.2 - Team Dynamics and Management
  • C 4.1 - Mentoring and Coaching
  • C 4.2 - Communication
  • C 4.3 - Leadership

Click here to view full competency model.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize specific organizational performance improvements that come as the result of understanding and empowering introverts.
  • Identify the range of introversion and extroversion, and the preferred communication style of each.
  • Appraise the specific strengths of introverts, and apply management techniques for helping introverts harness their natural strengths.
  • Relate a clear message to their teams about the commitment to harnessing the power of introverts.

SCHEDULE & REGISTRATION

Interested in taking this course? Click the date(s) below to register through SATERN.
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Registration Question? Contact the training specialist below for assistance.

Dallas Neener
dallas.j.neener@nasa.gov
(321) 867-6819

Click here to watch a video tutorial of the APPEL Course Registration Process.

EXTERNAL CERTIFICATION CREDIT

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR(S)

Mike Erwin is a 2002 graduate of West Point and served a combined three deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan. In 2011, Mike earned a Master’s in positive psychology from the University of Michigan, before teaching leadership from 2011-2014 at West Point. He is the founder of Team Red, White & Blue, a 40,000-member non-profit organization that connects veterans to their community through physical and social activity.

CURRICULUM LEAD

Curriculum Question? Contact the curriculum lead below for assistance.

Ramien Pierre
ramien.pierre@asrcfederal.com

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