How to Grow Project Success That Becomes Perennial

Jun 11
Germinate today, build tomorrow, deliver forever


A project is finite but the skills developed by a project manager are not. This session will help you get the best from your project team time and again, building the invisible network that enriches all subsequent projects and harvests success. The skills you will learn will go some way to helping you avoid needing to use the emergency services when things go wrong.

Our guest presenter, Dr Nathalie Collins, will focus on enhancing the use of your core team, consultants and stakeholders - internal and external. She will discuss discretionary effort: what it is, how to leverage it and how to keep it once you have it. All vital skills for a competent project manager and team to deliver successfully throughout the life cycle of a project.

Table service hot breakfast included.

Members $25 | Non-Members $35
CPD Points: 4


Dr Nathalie Collins is the Academic Director (National Programs) at Edith Cowan University (ECU). She has worked in both the corporate and academic side of Higher Education, and in domestic and international markets. Nathalie has qualifications in philosophy, marketing, electronic communications and information management. She has worked in industries as varied as retail, hospitality, mining, adult entertainment, and, of course, education. She is currently the director of ECU’s Melbourne and Sydney locations, where the AIPM endorsed Masters of Project Management is delivered. She is also the coordinator of the South West campus and international mobility for the School of Business and Law. 

Her area of industry and academic expertise is authenticity, and its value in interactions between people, especially in a business context, usually in management and marketing.

Dr Nathalie Collins

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