Real Property Institute of Canada
2012 Regional Workshop Series
"Clients tell me they need someone who can carry the ball and make the calls. Not just an effective project manager – a leader. And leadership can be taught."
During this session, MHPM President and CEO Franklin Holtforster will share his insights on how you can be an intentional leader. Discover the tangible skills that project leaders use daily to inspire excellence and collaboration in their teams. Mr. Holtforster will detail how intentional leadership methods change presentations, meetings and even email into opportunities to position projects and project teams for success.
Franklin Holtforster's presentations are nothing less than transformative. His training participants walk away inspired and motivated by his results-based, best-in-class approach.
This one-day training session will be delivered to audiences in several Canadian cities in 2012 including: June 26, Edmonton, AB; September 11, Ottawa, ON; October 2, Halifax, NS; and, December 4, Vancouver, BC.
Intentional leaders punch above their weight in any organization, regardless of role or function. Participants will walk away from this session immediately ready to (1) build and deliver stronger presentations, (2) use email communication effectively and (3) lead strategic, productive meetings.
About The Presenter
Franklin Holtforsteris an intentional leader. He is founder and president of MHPM Project Managers Inc. In the 22 years since he founded MHPM in 1989, his firm has delivered over 5,000 projects valued at more than $5 billion. Those projects have helped build better organizations and infrastructure in every Canadian province and territory, as well as overseas. MHPM employs over 270 professionals in 20 offices across Canada.
Franklin is a Member of the National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy; a recipient of the Order of Honour of Professional Engineers Ontario and the Province of Ontario Volunteer Award, and a Warden of the Iron Ring. He is also a member of the Real Property Institute of Canada (RPIC) Board of Directors and had delivered this training to RPIC and other audiences with much success.
Franklin is in demand as a speaker on project leadership and sustainability in capital projects. He created, and MHPM has since trademarked, Sustainability is FreeTM – which he has presented to audiences both professional and political.
2012 RPIC Regional Workshop Series
Fee includes the one-day Workshop, all refreshment breaks and lunch.
$700.00 + HST (13%)
Register using the downloadable Registration Form.
Space is limited to 20 participants per Workshop. All Workshops will be delivered in English.
September 11, 2012 – Ottawa, ON
Mackenzie Salon, 27th floor
100 Kent Street
October 2, 2012 – Halifax, NS
Delta Halifax Hotel
McNabb / McDonald Rooms
1990 Barrington Street
Nova Scotia, B3J 1P2
December 4, 2012 – Vancouver, BC
Suite 550 - MHPM Project Managers
555 West 12th Avenue
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