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Building Trust in Diverse Project Teams - An Ethics Presentation (WEBINAR) - 1.0 PDH
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9/23/2019
When: September 23, 2019
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Where: WEBINAR ONLY
United States
Presenter: Chad Weinstein
Contact: 651-457-2347


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Building Trust in Diverse Project Teams - An Ethics Presentation

 

ETHICS WEBINAR - 1.0 PDH

 

Registration for this webinar through MnSPE is via webinar ONLY.

 

To attend the full day ASHRAE conference at the Radisson Blu Mall of America

that includes this and the Ethics II session led by MnSPE, register directly with ASHRAE here.


 

Program:

 

No project or effort succeeds without teamwork, and teamwork is built on trust. Engineers bring knowledge, expertise and the values of professionalism to their teams; as human beings, they also bring their own values and perhaps some blind spots regarding the values, interests and perspectives of other teammates. When we are aware of these non-technical factors, we are best able to work with others to build trust and execute effectively as teammates. This session will identify common challenges to maintaining trust on project teams, and ethics-based strategies for engineers to take a leadership role in addressing those challenges.

 


Learning Objectives:

 

This interactive presentation will address the following concepts and skills:

  • Understanding the dynamics of trust in the context of an effective project team
  • Identifying barriers and challenges related to trust on a team
  • Recovering from mistakes in ways that strengthen relationships
  • Recognizing and mitigating implicit biases
  • Developing an explicit, shared understanding of differing perspectives and working through differences

 

 

Presenter:

 

Charles A. “Chad” Weinstein is president of Ethical Leaders in Action, LLC, and author of Thinking Aloud: Reflections on Ethical Leadership. Ethical Leaders in Action (ELA) provides leadership development, ethics education and strategic consulting services to industries ranging from construction and engineering to medical devices and insurance. He also works extensively with law enforcement, fire and EMS, and health care leaders. Weinstein’s approach to ethics is positive, focused not on avoiding wrongdoing, but on helping leaders at all levels of an agency to work together in pursuit of mission and excellence.  

 

Weinstein has been an educator, consultant and manager for more than 25 years. Prior to his work in ethical leadership development, Weinstein led teams and organizations in market and technology consulting, most recently as Vice President of Client Services for Guideline, Inc. He has served clients in a wide variety of industries, ranging from consumer products, medical devices and pharmaceuticals to heavy equipment manufacturing, mining and petroleum extraction. Weinstein is also a community faculty member of the Metropolitan State University School of Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement, and has been an adjunct faculty member of the Carlson School of Management. He holds an M.A. and a Ph.D. in ethics (philosophy) from the University of Minnesota, and a B.A. in philosophy from the University of Wisconsin.

 

 

MnSPE Registration Deadline: Monday, September 16, 2019

All registrations after 9/16 will be assessed a $50 late fee through Thursday, September 19.
No registrations will be accepted after 9/19.

 

 

MnSPE members MUST log in to see the free/reduced rates.

 

 

Cost: FREE for current MnSPE members and MnSPE Diamond/Platinum Partners group webinar sites. MnSPE Gold Partners receive 50% off individual and group non-member registrations.

 

*Diamond/Platinum/Gold Industry Partners, contact MnSPE for a code.
*Membership must be current on the date of the seminar.

 

 

Fee-based registration:

  • Individual non-members (for live webinar): $60
  • Small group webinar site of 3-5 non-members participating: $170
  • Medium group webinar site of 6-10 non-members participating: $335
  • Large group webinar site of 11+ non-members participating: $600

 

To the best of our knowledge, this seminar meets the requirement for continuing education as outlined by the Minnesota Board of Architecture, Engineering, Landscape Architecture, Land Surveying, Geoscience and Interior Design.


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