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Making communications land – Are they received and understood as intended? webinar

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How do we ensure that what we have communicated was received and understood as we intended and how do we course correct if it has not.

A joint webinar created by the APM Enabling Change and APM People Interest Networks, this is the third of our three part series on Making Communications Land presented on Thursday 2 May.

Webinar resources

Ian has very kindly allowed his presented material to be made available for viewing. The slides on Slideshare and the webinar recording on YouTube are now available in our APM resources area and also embedded below for reference.

This webinar content is suitable for any level of the project profession.

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Ian Cribbes, Director, IMC&T Ltd

I began my working life as an Aeronautical Engineer in the British Army before transitioning to work in the project profession. I have been involved in Project and Programme Management for many years, joining the Association for Project Management in February 2006. I am a Fellow of the Association for Project Management and a Member of the Institute of Leadership. I am in the process of applying for Chartered Project Professional. My key areas of expertise / interest are Stakeholder Engagement, Communication and the coaching of Project Sponsors.

I have worked in a wide variety of sectors, both within the United Kingdom and Internationally (Middle East) where my Project Management career began when I was tasked with the design and installation of a multi-media instructional solution for the Technical Academy with circa 3,500 trainees. Following this I became involved in a wide range of projects covering marine and aerospace equipment. My final role in the Middle East was as one of the senior Programme Managers covering a major upgrade to a fleet of front line strike aircraft. My role involved bringing everything together – the upgraded aircraft, new equipment, training of both aircrew and ground crew and the release of the aircraft back into operational service.

On return to the UK in late 2012 I formed my own consultancy company (IMC&T Ltd). Under this umbrella I have worked with a wide range of organisations from the aerospace industry, defence organisations, Business / Financial Think Tank, higher educational establishments, central and local government departments, national hotel chain, Grade 1 Listed Church conservation and reordering.

Throughout my career I have had the opportunity to be involved in projects ranging from quite small to those in the multi-billion-pound range.

I am one of the founding members of the Stakeholder Engagement Focus Group (part of the People Interest Network) and a APM People Interest Network volunteer.


Previous presentations and webinars can be viewed on the APM Slideshare and YouTube channels.

This event is suitable for any level of the project profession.

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APM Body of Knowledge 7th edition reference

Section Description
3.3.1 Communication



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