RICS and APM Project Leadership Conference 2013

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Posted by APM on 14th Jan 2013

The Association for Project Management (APM) is partnering with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) on a conference that looks to develop leadership skills. Due to this close working relationship, APM members get a discounted rate off the conference taking place on 27th February 2013 at Parliament Square in London.

Book by the end of the day on Tuesday 15th January and benefit from the early bird booking rate of just 145 + VAT. That is a saving of 89 for APM members. The delegate rate for those who are not members of APM or RICS is 243 + VAT.

The RICS and APM Project Leadership Conference 2013 is designed to enhance your future performance through the development of dynamic leadership qualities and values.

The conference will be chaired APMs newly elected president Tom Taylor and Anne McCann, who is chair of the RICS Project Management Professional Board.

Delegates will hear valuable presentations by Rob Leslie-Carter, Arups director of global programmes and project management, and APM chief executive Andrew Bragg.


The programme of influential speakers also includes Paul Morrell, who has roles in the Major Projects Directorate, Office of Government Commerce, Efficiency & Reform Group and Cabinet Office; Sean Tompkins, CEO of RICS; Dr Jon Broome, chair of the APM Contracts and Procurement SIG; Peter Campbell, chairman of theAPM RiskSIGand Tim Fry, project director of New Moorfields Hospital, NHS Foundation Trust and author of the RICS Project Management Communication Information paper.

This programme will highlight how to deliver vision and strategy that will ultimately lead to the required project value and efficiency; plus the success of the teams productivity to arrive on time, in budget.

RICS Project Management Communication Information Paper will be shared at the conference setting out high standards in working that will enable you to reach your projects business and performance targets. Tim Fry, author of the paper, will deliver this as a workshop option.

Book today - save up to 89

This programme will provide you with key lessons learned in regards to the delivery, improvements and risk leadership of a project through case studies such Londons iconic Shard and Beijings spectacular Arup Water Cube; whilst ensuring a best practice entrepreneurial approach that meet stakeholder expectations, internal clients milestones and the Governments 20% reduction initiative.

Join RICS and APM by booking your place at this one day, national conference with your decision making colleagues to find out how to adhere to your project leadership aspirations. For more information download the booking form.

Book your place today.

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