7:30 AM - 8:00
Registration & Networking
Mile High Stadium Circle
Denver, CO 80402
for the Friday, July 15, 2011 RMIMA and SIM Workshop:
Half day workshop for IT Managers, Project
Managers, and all emerging IT leaders
Transform your Management Team Beyond Expectations
White Conflict, Colorful Leadership,
and the Butterfly Effect
Colorado Authors, Larry Nelson and Steve Wille
This will be an
interactive workshop filled with tools and techniques for
applying solid management and leadership theory. All
participants will receive signed copies of Mastering Change
in the Midst of Chaos and Colorful Leadership,
along with other useful materials. You will never see a more
useful workshop for less money.
Friday, July 15, 2011
7:30 AM -
8:00 AM Registration & Networking
8:00 Breakfast, 8:30-11:30 Workshop
is about working with what you have and taking it to a new
level. Transforming a management team is about working
with their collective strengths to build a new whole that is
stronger than a sum of the parts. It is like red, blue, and
green pixels coming together on your high definition television
to build a rich, natural color image. It is an additive
process where multiple perspectives combined to build a better
picture of what your organization can do to survive and thrive
in a changing economy.
This half day
workshop is one of the best investments you can make in your
existing management team, and it is a great opportunity for the
emerging leaders in your organization. It is powerful,
proven, and people-oriented.
Bring your entire management team
Hotel VQ - 1975 Mile High Stadium Circle,
$30 for SIM, RMIMA,
and AITP members / $45 for non-members / $15 Students
for the Friday, July, 2011 RMIMA and SIM Workshop
Black and White Conflict
It is very clear, black
and white, I’m right an you’re wrong.
Learn to look for a third
option, rather than the gray between black and white.
Useful at work, at home,
and at play.
How to see the
rich diversity in people and use people’s strengths
to build a winning team.
Why it is useful
to pay attention to feelings and how to look past
Learn how to
intentionally look through rose colored glasses,
along with blue and green, too, and why this is so
How small changes
lead to big differences.
Why you must
adapt to change, especially disruptive technology
Learn how to
harness the power of collective intelligence.
Powerful, Proven and
This will be an
interactive workshop filled with tools and techniques
for applying solid management and leadership theory.
All participants will receive signed copies of
Mastering Change in the Midst of Chaos and
Colorful Leadership, along with other useful
materials. You will never see a more useful
workshop for less money.
Mastering Change in the Midst of Chaos, is the
founder and owner of
www.w3w3.com Media Network. He is an
entrepreneur who has lived in and owned businesses in
five foreign countries. He started a dozen
companies…some were extremely successful while others
were learning experiences. His business ventures
ranged from: retail stores to high-tech; from warehouses
to direct mail; from manufacturing to human resource
consulting and training.
Larry started out in the media as
a publisher of a hardcopy and audio newsletter. Over the
years, He has conducted business seminars in 15
countries. The training business is what led him to the
radio show business. First it was live terrestrial radio
and then to the Internet.
Larry is a former board member of
RMIMA and is a true leader and connector in the Colorado
Steve Wille, author of Colorful
Leadership, is a senior applications manager at
a large financial company with U.S. headquarters in
Colorado. He has over 25 years experience in
corporate information technology management. His
Constructive Conflict has
been published internationally. Steve is a PMP (Project
Management Professional) and has developed multiple
large information technology systems from the ground up.
Steve's MBA degree is from Regis University in Denver,
and his BSBA degree is from the University of Denver.
Steve is a member of the RMIMA board and SIM Board.
He has been an active member of RMIMA since 1989, and is
a charter member of the SIM Colorado Chapter.