Date: March 21st 2010
This week I will be giving three web seminars on the topic of "Unmanageable Projects". Some project seem to defy logic and traditional management techniques. These three on-line seminars will give you ideas on how to manage some of the most difficult types of projects.
To celebrate the kick-off of the 2010 web seminar series, I am inviting you all to enjoy any one of these sessions at no cost. Be my guest at any of these web seminar sessions.
Just go to any of the following pages, and register for the session you want to attend:
When you check out, use the coupon code:
and you will be able to register at no cost to you. If you have any problems registering, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 908-428-2048.
If you do register for any of the three live events, you will get access to all three recorded sessions, and can earn up to three (3) PDUs from Real-Life Projects, Inc, a PMI Registered Education Provider.
I look forward to seeing you at one of the sessions this week!
P.S. Normally I only contact you once per month for the e-mail newsletter, but I am making an exception for this offer. For the rest of the year, I will return to my normal, once-per-month schedule.
Real-Life Projects, Inc.
116 Sunset Rd
Belle Mead, NJ 08502
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