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Breakfast Meeting

Power Skills


The Power of Storytelling in Project Management


As project managers, we carry a vision of the completed project. Our job is to communicate that vision to the team and the organization. Have you tried using storytelling as a tactic to enhance your communications and convey the idea? Storytelling is vital for project managers seeking to communicate complex problems, establish relationships, connect with difficult stakeholders, and create compelling outcomes. By practicing and perfecting storytelling skills, the effectiveness of the communication outcomes can be heightened. This presentation aims to provide techniques for identifying opportunities to tell stories, developing the story structure, and sharing stories for the project and individual success.




Robert Loy

Director Technology Programs

Grand Canyon University

Since his first role in IT in 1999 and then as an IT manager and director, Robert understood the need to be agile in planning and implementation. While working full-time for companies including Pegasus Solution Henkel, Mobile Mini, and Avnet, he polished his project management skills and received his PMP in 2018. Now at Grand Canyon University, he is helping prepare the next generation of IT and project management team members. Rob has presented topics on agile methodology, project management education, and career pathway tools at local and national workforce development, project management, communication/marketing, and technology conferences. He recently presented at the National Center of Academic Excellence (CAE) in Cyber Defense Symposium in Atlanta, covering the importance of storytelling in career pathways.


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Type of category: Breakfast Meetings

Type of activity: Power Skills

Date: September 30th, 2022

Hours: 7:30AM to 8:30AM

Number of PDUs: 1


Members: Free

Non members: $5.00


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