Leadership Crisis — How Your Chapter Can Survive and Thrive

Chapter Best Practices Sessions
Jay Benigno, PMI Southwest Virginia

When we volunteer our time with a chapter or are elected to a leadership role, many of us are stepping into a great big "unknown" for the first time. Sometimes things can go south on you in a hurry. And then they can snowball into a serious situation even faster. This session is a case study (all names and roles will be changed to protect identities) and discussion about how this can happen, how you can recover, and how to better prepare for the possibilities.

Friday, March 20 | 11:45 AM to 12:30 PM

Jay Benigno

Jay Benigno is Senior Project Manager and Logistics Engineer at Elizabeth Arden's Global Logistics Centre in Roanoke, VA. He is also the current President of the PMI Southwest Virginia Chapter. Officially, he has 13+ years experience leading productivity improvement and business enhancement projects and programs that produce bottom-line impact, achieve organizational objectives, and improve customer satisfaction. If you asked him, though, he would say that he has been doing projects in one form or another all his life.