Dear Project Management Fellows,
PRANKS (Project Management Knowledge Sharing) is a fun and knowledge-packed event to meet and greet with other project management practitioners where you can upgrade your skills, share your experiences and ideas.
Our 15th PRANKS session will be held on:
Date: Friday, October 23rd, 2020
Time: 19:30 - 20:30 WIB (Waktu Indonesia Barat)
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For PMI members, please ensure to login first before you register so your PMI ID can be automatically verified and we will waive the registration fee.
A critical skill every project manager should have is the ability to resolve conflict amongst team members quickly and effectively. The project manager needs to have the skill to resolve conflict in a positive manner without causing disruption to the project and dissolution of the team. This session will provide you with insights into the tactics you need to ensure you gain control of conflict situations you may face in leading teams.
Dr. Nicole B. Dhanraj
Dr. Nicole B. Dhanraj began her career in radiology as a diagnostic imaging and CT technologist in the US Army. She is considered a subject matter expert on the technical, managerial, and operational aspects of healthcare. She was the previous Director of Radiology where she managed daily operations and many projects for a public hospital in Guam. She was the recent recipient for the AHRA 2020 Award for Excellence and Leadership in Medical Imaging.
She was recently appointed for the Guam Green Initiative by the Governor of Guam. She currently works as the systems director for radiology at Northern Arizona Hospital in Flagstaff Arizona. She is also an adjunct professor, dissertation mentor, and instructional designer on topics such as Organizational Development, Organizational Behavior and Transformation, Human Resource Management, Healthcare Leadership, Distance Learning, and Organizational Leadership, Strategic Management, and Business Ethics to name a few. She recently received the 2020 Stanely Drazek Teaching Excellence Award from the University of Maryland. Her additional work also includes a business and learning development consultant, real estate instructor, and an appreciative inquiry facilitator.
She is dedicated to issues such poverty, entrepreneurship, sustainability and the environment, leadership, personal and business finance, and women affairs and has presented or written on topics related to these issues. She volunteers across many organizations that serve radiology, HR, education, and the US military.
Dr. Dhanraj received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from St Martin’s University, Washington and her Master’s in International Relations, graduating magna cum laude from Troy State University, Alabama. She earned her doctorate with an emphasis in Organizational Management from Capella University, Minnesota. Her appreciative inquiry work was completed at Case Western University.