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Business Rescuing: 5 Steps for Project Managers in Reopening

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As the economy reopens, tools are required to help set businesses up for success. 5 key steps are necessary to help get it right. Developing a plan to manage the change, creating a stakeholder and communication plan, upskilling team members and updating the business strategy to reflect the revised business models are necessary steps in setting up the best possible foundation for the new normal. In this webinar, these steps are reviewed and the role of the project manager in establishing the new normal is discussed. Together we create an action plan for project managers going forward.

 

Carrie Elrick

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Inspired to help businesses stop the madness of failed projects, Carrie Elrick founded Project Rescuers, a boutique project management consultancy that helps companies make every project a success. With over 20 years experience working with clients in dozens of industries, Carrie comes to Project Rescuing with proven, hands on experience.



She achieved her Master of Business Administration and her Master of Social Work from University of Victoria and Carleton University. Her strength lies in understanding the nexus between human behaviour and business process.





Steven Hetherington

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Steve has over 20 years of experience in Project Management and People Leadership in diverse industries. He has lead the development and implementation of innovative technologies that result in enhanced business systems, increased performance and productivity, and improved employee engagement. He has the ability to lead and manage transformational change, build high performance teams and deliver business results.

 

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Information

Type of activity: PMI Toronto Webinar

Date: July 15th, 2020

Hour: 8:00PM to 9:00PM

# of PDUs: 1.0

Price

Members: $10.00

Non members and Guests: $20.00

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