January 30, 2020: Visioning Your Project Management Success

December 13, 2019

Visioning is a technique that allows the user to determine and visualize their ultimate goals. This can be for personal relationships, career goals, educational pursuits, or for any individual project. The visioning technique can help inspire and then focus your goals. For projects and project managers, using visioning to determine what success looks like, helps to jumpstart the project and build the pathway to success. It can help unite a team and bring positivity to the problem or task at hand. Visioning allows for leadership to help generate buy-in from the team and communicate an inspiring vision for project success. Join us as Gina Streaty guides us through visioning for project managers.

When: January 30th, 2020, 2:30 - 4:00 PM
Where: The Chesterfield Building, 701 S Main St, Durham, NC

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Learn how visioning can help you with project leadership and success.
  2. Discover how visioning encourages a unified team vision and provides more complete buy-in.

Networking:  2:30 -3:00 pm

Presentation:  3:00 – 4:00 pm

About the Speaker: Gina Streaty, MS

Gina Streaty is a freelance writer, editor and lecturer.  She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland and a master’s degree from Duke University.

Her writings have been recognized by literary and arts councils and included in publications including BMa: The Sonia Sanchez Literary Review, Treetops (World Haiku Review), Obsidian, Stanford University’s Black Arts Quarterly, The News & Observer, Solo Café 8 & 9, Role Call: A Generational Anthology of Social and Political Black Literature and Art, I've Known Rivers: The (MoAD) Story Project, and TEMBA TUPU, to name a few. Her literary work has also been recognized by Duke on several occasions. One of her award-winning poems hangs in the corridor of Duke South Clinics, and a collection of her work earned the National Zora Neale Hurston Literary Award.

Her writings also appeared in the Independent Weekly / Spectator journal for which she was a contributing writer for the Arts column.  She enjoys travel, lecturing, writing, and public speaking.