Leading Meeting Professionals

Professional Convention Management Association

Welcome to our Chapter! 

 

The Rocky Mountain Chapter of PCMA offers cutting-edge programs, community service projects, professional recognition, and many other opportunities for our meeting industry members. PCMA’s Rocky Mountain Chapter serves 300 members from Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, and New Mexico 

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Please join The RMPCMA Community Service committee for this very special event to pack boxes of food to go to families in need. We will have light snacks and a reception with beer and wine. Thursday September 22, 2016 beginning at 1:45pm. 

 

Food Bank of the Rockies located at 10700 E. 45th Avenue, Denver, CO 80239.

**New Volunteer Entrance & Parking

Our volunteer parking (parking is plentiful but we always recommend carpooling) and entrance is located at the south end of our building, facing I-70! Enter through the door with the sign “Volunteer Entrance” above it and we’ll get you all set up in our Welcome Center. Please plan on arriving 10-15 minutes prior to the start of your shift.

Please note all volunteers must wear closed toe shoes (no flip flops, sandals, etc) and clothing appropriate for a warehouse setting. Volunteers must be at least 14 years old (accompanied by an adult)

Contact Raya Roll for more information! 

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Service N Sync – Crafts with Kids

Thursday November 3, 2016

Children’s Hospital Colorado in Aurora

1pm-4pm

Contact Raya Roll for more information! 

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PCMA’s December Education Event and Holiday Luncheon


December 8, 2016

12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

 

3801 Quebec Street
Denver, CO 80207

 

Best In Class Speaker- 2016 PCMA Convene

Kabrina Krebel Chang- Clinical Associate Professor

 

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Topic:
An Integrated Approach to Business Ethics for Multiple Generations, from the classroom to the boardroom- 2016 BEST IN CLASS

Learner Outcomes:

• Establish a better understanding of how human behavior impacts good decision-making; 
• Navigate generational differences related to decision-making among Boomers, Gen X, and millennials; 
• Identify ways by which managers enable smart, well-reasoned decision-making among employees of all ages.

Description:

You’re an ethical person, right? It turns out that research shows most people cheat, but just a little. The answer to this question is complicated by the fact that for the first time in U.S. history four generations are working side-by-side. Are there generational differences related to decision-making among Boomers, Gen X, and Millennials? As a leader of the charge for an overhauled integrated approach to ethics education at the university level, Boston University School of Management Professor Kabrina Chang brings her special insight on generational and management issues to an overview of ethics.

CEU Credits!

.15 credits or 1.5 learning hours!

 Register Today! 

 


 


 

RMPCMA would like to thank the following sponsors:

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​Gold Sponsor


Inverness Hotel & Conference Center

Sheraton Denver

Hyatt House

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Silver Sponsor


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​Bronze Sponsor


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Contact: RMC-PCMA Office at 303-433-4446 or rockymountain@pcma.org 

 


 
 

 

 

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