Resources

10 Key Project Relationships

We all want to be heard, understood and engaged when working in project teams. Building trusting relationships is about:

  • Listening to understand, not to respond
  • Ask questions to confirm expectations
  • Present solutions that are easy to follow
  • Get to know each other’s strengths

As you consider all ten key project relationships and the impact you are having on them, think about what you could do differently and write down one or more actions to implement. Get a copy of the workbook delivered to your inbox by adding your details below:

Leveraging Insights

Reflecting on the first year, all 41 episodes are pieces in the complex digital world puzzle. I identified four key messages:

  • Self leadership is the confidence key
  • Teams experience success, not individuals
  • Planning provides clarity in decisions
  • Action gives us results

As you listen to one, more or all of the episodes I hope you use this workbook to jot down your thoughts and take action to make a difference for you, your team or your business. Get a copy of the workbook delivered to your inbox by adding your details below:


Making It Count Podcast

I was lucky enough to be invited on Julie Hyde’s podcast Making It Count. It was an awesome chat where we dove into the world of Project Management and discussed:

  • How I add value to new and in-progress projects
  • The three keys to ensuring a project is a success
  • The biggest mistake organisations are making in this space
  • How to keep your energy levels up whilst working on a project.

Click on the image above to listen.



Are You Ready For Business As Usual?

Over the past few months you have discovered what is and isn’t important to you.

It’s time to create your “new norm” as you transition back to business as usual. What will you continue, what will you pause and what will you stop?

Click on the image to download my business as usual checklist and be ready to live your “new norm”.