- 25 June 2018
Please Note: This webinar is only available for APM individual members.
Member ticket: FREE
Real world project management series: The evolution of project leadership
The traditional view of project management continues to evolve in a fundamental way: it is moving away from a preoccupation with project planning and control tools as the keys to success and towards the management
and leadership of people and their performance. This is not an “either or” scenario, but rather a rebalancing of the capabilities needed. Providing leadership capability is not just left to “leaders”, as the project community is discovering, and every project manager needs elements of leadership capability to be effective.
Sarah Coleman works with cross-sector multi-nationals, government and NGOs in the UK and internationally helping them improve the performance of their projects, programmes and transformation. She started her
career in ICT, working across a range of industry sectors and developing a strong systems perspective. She has worked with the NHS, Judge Business School, COLT, Grant Thornton, Pera, Experian, Rolls Royce and BT among many others and established Business Evolution Ltd in 2007. Clients value her commercial perspective, strategic focus and her ability to challenge positively and constructively.
Sarah is a Fellow and former non-executive director of APM, a Visiting Fellow at Cranfield University and a transformation associate, SME and high risk reviewer with the IPA. She is a published author (“Project Leadership”, Gower 2015; “Organizational Change Explained”, Kogan Page 2017), and experienced trainer, leadership coach and conference speaker.