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Leadership in Project Management – Workshop

Time: 26.05.2017. 9:00 – 12:00

Venue: Corvinus University of Budapest, Fõvám tér 8., Budapest, Room 3005

The workshop focuses on contemporary issues of managerial competency development and change leadership.

Our guest and keynote speaker Dr. Ken Rhee is a well known expert and academic in the field: he has worked very closely with Richard Boyatzis, one of the founders of emotional intelligence in leadership and famous author in value based development. Professor Rhee has developed innovative methods in managerial assessment and competency development, working in change management projects with international MBA students, and presently he is Associate Dean of the College of Business Administration at University of Wisconsin–La Crosse.

During the workshop participants will be briefed by Professor Lee on contemporary debates in the above field, with special attention on leadership requirements in project management and ICT generated change or transformation. This will be followed by short thought-provoking presentations, and an open discussion guided by the audience’s interests regarding research type questions (research design, methods and publications) in the field, or conceptual, theoretical or pragmatic dilemmas. 

The meeting is designed for academics, researchers, program managers and PhD or master students with the broadest interest in leadership, management, project management, competency based learning and development.

How to do the right thing even if no one is watching 

Organiser: Michael G. McMillan

Date: 4 October 2016, 19:10-20:40

Venue: Building C, Main Auditorium

Michael G. McMillan, Ph.D., CPA, CFA is Director of Society EthicsTraining at CFA Institute. Dr. McMillan joined CFA Institute inOctober of 2008 after more than a decade as a professor of accountingand finance at Johns Hopkins University’s Carey School of Business andGeorge Washington University’s School of Business. Prior to pursuing acareer in academia, he was a securities analyst and portfolio managerat Bailard, Biehl, and Kaiser and Merus Capital Management in SanFrancisco, California. As the Director of Society Ethics Training, Dr.McMillan is responsible for creating and developing educationalcontent for CFA Institute members and investment professionals in thearea of ethics and professional standards.

Title of the talk: “How to do the right thing even if no one is watching”

Although ethical dilemmas are a normal and predictable part of mostjobs, they can be dangerous to your career if you are not prepared forthe organizational challenges that may test your personal values,moral beliefs, and commitment to doing the right thing. Thisinteractive presentation examines several real life ethical dilemmasthat professionals working in the financial services industry may facein the course of their careers.

Venue: Corvinus University of Budapest, 1093 Budapest, 4-6 Közraktár (i.e. Building "C"), Main Auditorium (second floor).

Main organizer and sponsor: CFA Society Hungary http://www.cfasociety.org/hungary/Pages/default.aspx

More details: http://finance.uni-corvinus.hu/index.php?id=clf0

Workshop: 11-12 May, 2016

Self as researcher: How the researcher’s internal world manifests itself in the work.

 A two day workshop with Martin Ringer (Australia/France), András Gelei and Judit Gáspár (Corvinus Business School)

 Aim: „Developing scientific skills and competencies of researchers through exploring how their inner worlds (values, culture, personality, interests, and personal/professional history) manifest themselves in the process of their conducting or supervising research.”


It is possible to take part separately in the three consecutive but still strongly related events: plenary / workshop 1 / workshop 2 – registration is needed under the following link:

 11th of May (Wednesday)

 9:00 - 11:00 presentation and panel discussion

 11:00 - 11:30 tee/coffee break

 11:30 - 13:00 workshop 1/1

 13:00 - 14:00 lunch break

 14:00 - 16:00 workshop 1/2

 12th of May (Thursday)

  9:00 - 11:00 workshop 2/1

 11:00 - 11:30 tee/coffee break

 11:30 - 13:00 workshop 2/2

 13:00 - 14:00 lunch break

 14:00 - 16:00 workshop and closing plenary 2/3

Outline of the events:

Plenary and panel discussion

Subtitle: “Concepts and conversation”

Description: A plenary session involving a presentation by Martin Ringer and a panel discussion involving András Gelei and Judit Gáspár. The presentation will outline key concepts relating to the way in which the complex constellation of conscious and unconscious intrapsychic dynamics in researchers and their supervisors influence vital choices throughout the lifetime of a research project. The panel session will enable the audience to engage in a thought provoking conversation to progress these ideas, introduce new ideas and to think together about the practical consequences of the ideas presented.


Workshop 1
Subtitle: “Experiential exploration and experimentation”

Description: This workshop will engage participants in a series of experiential explorations that make visible some of the ways in which the inner world of the researcher manifests itself in the work. The workshop will enable participants to explore the interface between their personal motivations, aspirations and fears, and their work. The last part of the workshop will involve an integration group.


Workshop 2
Subtitle: “Case studies and practical consequences”

Description: Participants will interact in case studies and simulations that evoke the same dynamics that occur in practice during the conduct of, supervision of and evaluation of research. Learning will be drawn from these practical enactments and some ideas will be developed on how to apply this learning in the everyday life of the researcher and research supervisor. The last session of the day will be an integration/application group that draws together experiences from the plenary and the two workshops.


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