CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
Showcase Your Expertise
& Best Practices!
|The North Shore Chapter is
preparing for our next season of Professional Development Meetings
(PDM). Interested? We'd love to hear from you! If you or someone you
know would like to present at our meetings, please contact
The North Shore Chapter of APICS strives to serve its
membership, geographic area and business community with
educational programs, services and career assistance to meet
the challenge of professional growth in the fields of
operations and supply chain management.
CPIM and CSCP Courses
We encourage you to explore all of the ways the Chapter can
help you achieve APICS certification and all your
course registration begins 2/13. Watch our website for
information about obtaining the new CLTD (Certified
Logistics, Transportation and Distribution) certification. (more information)
Many CPIMs and CFPIMs are due for their 5-year
recertification. In order to maintain your certification,
you must update your Professional Development Journal, and
submit it with your Certification Maintenance application
and $75 or $150 application processing fee by your deadline.(more)
Coming soon = NESCON 2017!
Watch this space for all the
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North Shore Membership
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North Shore Chapter of APICS: Call APICS HQ 800-444-2742 x
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Dealing With People
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Please join us in welcoming
Associate Director of Student Activities and Leadership,
University of Massachusetts Lowell. Do you ever say to
yourself – “WHAT are they thinking?” Learn what motivates
human behavior, and how to redirect negative behavior to get
your projects back on track!
As a result of attending this session,
participants will know:
• There are four primary
intentions that motivate behavior.
• That these motivations
can change, and that roles and scenarios change.
types and styles of behaviors that become problematic when
intentions are not met.
As a result of attending
this PDM, participants will be able to:
four styles of difficult behavior that are often seen in the
• Interrupt/Stop disruptive behavior with
• more information about the person's true
needs, and realign behaviors to better meet those needs
Directions to Hilton Boston/Woburn
Register online by 5:00 pm Friday, 4/7/17
when you click the "Register" button below. Thank you!
Dealing with People You Can't Stand!
Newburyport Brewing Company Plant Tour/Election of