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Back in February 2021, Jo Twiselton delivered a talk to the APM East of England branch on the subject of wellbeing and change and with relevance to project management.

Since then, the wider conversation around change has progressed with hybrid working and the challenges that’s bringing on top of business-as-usual projects, alongside more personal impacts like a cost-of-living crisis and the climate. The pace of change hasn’t slowed and is unlikely to in the near future either.

This undercurrent of uncertainty can impact individuals and teams and having ways to both recognise and manage this, can be helpful.

Recognising that some of these challenges still remain for many but also, that we are all at different points in the change journey, this talk, held on 26 April 2023, explored some of the topics from workshop 1 and expanded further, bringing things up to date.

So, in this session, we explored:

  • Change and uncertainty – why they spark the reactions they do
  • What does this mean for project management?
  • Wellbeing, resilience and mindset – practical approaches to take
  • Integrating wellbeing and resilience in practice

Jo has very kindly allowed her presented material to be made available for viewing. The slides on Slideshare are now available in our APM resources area and also embedded below for reference.

Jo Twiselton, founder, and director of Twist Consultants is an executive wellbeing and climate coach and organisational change consultant.

Jo has almost 20 years’ experience supporting clients during large-scale organisational change in a range of sectors from transport to energy to services and not for profits. In helping leaders and teams to communicate effectively to support successful change, she increasingly found herself using coaching approaches and so became qualified as an executive coach and mentor.
Her work also showed her the impact on wellbeing and resilience at work that the ambiguity and pressure associated with change can bring. So, she has also qualified as a wellbeing coach and is a Master Practitioner in the Wellbeing and Resilience at Work (WRAW) psychometric.

This event was suitable for professionals with any level of experience.

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

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APM Body of Knowledge 7th edition reference

Section Description

Stakeholder management
Change management


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