World class future ahead thanks to WiPM Conference
Posted by APM on 1st Jul 2016
APM’s National Conference for Women in Project Management 2016 is preparing to bolster the future of project management and explore just what it takes to become world class.
Thanks to its emerging programme of high calibre speakers and knowledge sharing opportunities, the conference will provide a rich choice of sessions across multiple streams and interactive discussions so you can leave the conference with all your vital project management questions answered.
Throughout the day, project professionals from a myriad of industries will have the opportunity to gain insight and inspiration from industry leaders including researcher, writer and consultant, Sue Pritchard.
Sue has worked with women in leadership for over thirty years, including developing the pioneering Athena Programme for Welsh public service leaders in the 1980s; coaching women executives and aspiring executives; to her present 'action research' (supported by APM) about women in major projects leadership.
A board and executive coach, Sue has also held a number of leadership roles, most recently as Chair of a Welsh health board and as a non-executive director of an international education charity.
In the last ten years, Sue has specialised in leaderships and the delivery of major complete projects, recently joining The Bartlett School at University College, London as an honorary senior research associate.
The conference will be held later this year at the Park Plaza Victoria London Hotel on 29th September 2016.
If you want to explore what it takes to become world class, develop your skills or network with likeminded project professionals click here to find out more
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