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Design Thinking to Solve Problems


December 02, 2020 | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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Learn a powerful Design Thinking tool, why it matters, and how to leverage it to get the most out of almost any situation! |


This event will be like no other that you have seen in 2020. Join us on December 2nd from 6-8 PM for the most interactive, entertaining, and engaging virtual event experience PMI HR has offered!

Key Details:

1) Participants are asked to enable video and audio for this session to maximize the experience.

2) Bring pen and post-it notes.

3) Session will start earlier than usual to allow for opportunities to connect and engage with each other.

John Hawley is a design thinking facilitator who focuses on team-building and process improvement. He spends his time helping companies transform through innovative team-building and strategy evolutions in the in-person and virtual world.  

John believes the key to success lies within growing and molding the individual contributor. He breaks through traditional barriers of bureaucracy to enable a team-wide shift to collective and collaborative thinking. He does this by breaking down silos to create a trusting culture, leading to more efficient and fast-paced teams. He has educated thousands of individuals around the world with this proven successful mindset, unleashing their hidden potential.

John received his undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech, with follow on education at Navy Nuclear Power School and Stanford Graduate School of Business (Ignite Program). A passionate snowboarder and traveler, John enjoys meeting and connecting with new people and spending time with his family.  He and his wife, Carissa, reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia with their daughter, Madelyn, and German Shepherd, Django.  

PDUs & Reporting

Members can self-report after attending via http://ccrs.pmi.org.


Please use PDU Clain Code: C124A45JZY to record your attendance.


We look forward to seeing you! 



$10.00 Non-Member Registration

$5.00 Member Registration