People as Agents of Change in Project Management
Start Date: 16 Nov 2017
Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM
Duration: 3 hours
Venue: BCS London Office , 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA › View map
This is a joint event between the BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT’s Project Management Specialist Group and the CMI CPD and CMI Women London Networks.
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Topics will include:
- Why engaging the organisation is the magic ingredient to delivering change and benefits
- How does this work in practice? Speakers’ stories and experience.
- Why does this matter? Some facts about successful engagement and change.
- What are the benefits to people and organisations?
- What can you do to drive engagement amongst your people?
What’s the future for leadership in organisational change and transformation?
- What future skills and leadership are required to implement successful change and transformation?
- How do you manage the human aspects of change?
- How do you cope with and managing uncertainty?
- The importance of developing an organisational change capability?
From 1800 – Registration/tea and coffee
1830 – Formal start followed by two speakers
1930 (approx) – Questions and discussion
2000 – Refreshments and networking
2100 – Close
Transformation Director and Coach, passionate about change and empowering people
Transformation Director responsible for driving major change across both private and public sector organisations, Pauline has a proven pedigree in developing innovative major change strategies and leading cross-functional teams to collaborate in their execution. She is not afraid to make bold decisions and influence change at board level. Pauline is always keen to focus the organization with the customer at the heart.
Pauline has over 20 years’ experience leading on complex programmes and growth approaches within organisations across construction, logistics, public sector, retail, hospitality, non-profit, motor and financial services. She is committed to ensuring that organisations can inspire people to embrace change and deliver an exceptional customer experience. Focusing on organisational change through the people, process, data and technology lense; every challenge needs a different approach and teams must support the case for change.
Communicating brilliantly is the foundation of any major programme and underpins the success of strategic decision making. Pauline demystifies transformation through simple yet powerful engagement helps to make a compelling case for change and will ensure decisions are made on time and dependencies understood.
Pauline has an active interest in helping men and women to progress their careers. Pauline believes in the need to influence business leaders and policy makers to adapt working practices for the changing commitments of family life. Pauline can provide coaching to Leaders and their teams to help them operate effectively within the changing dynamics of the workplace.
Paul is a management consultant with nearly 30 years' experience of delivering change primarily within the Financial Services industry, also provides consultancy and support to various start-ups.
He is also a Non-Executive Director for a film production company (SkipzProductions) and a Director for a gambling awareness company (Red Card Gambling Project). Paul mentors, speaks and writes on a variety of subjects (such as change management, freelancing, technology, etc)He is a judge on the Management Book of the Year award held jointly between Chartered Management Institute and the British Library He works as an External Specialist for the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment.
Paul is a Chartered Fellow of the CMI, a Member of the British Computer Society, holds an MBA from the Open University, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and is studying for a Doctorate at Middlesex Business School, (Until June 2017, he was the Chair for the CMI London and South East Regional Board),
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