Every project introduces some degree of change. For you, as the project manager, the secret is to acknowledge that change and address it—both proactively and reactively.

In this webinar, we will introduce a sampling of successful strategies for tackling change using basic psychology, proven tools, and real-life stories. The focus will be primarily on stakeholder and communication management, with considerations around risk and team makeup.

Ultimately, we strive to shift your view of resistance to your projects and strengthen your ability to successfully navigate project-driven organizational change.

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Topics include:

  • All projects are not created equal.
  • What causes resistance?
  • Working with those affected by the change.
  • Who are your change agents?
  • Your communication plan "on steroids."

Webinar presenter Kay Quinn, PMP, MBA, will be your guide. She is an experienced leader, project manager, public speaker, and educator. Kay has over 30 years of leadership experience in all facets of project management, strategic planning, and organizational change. She is currently serving as an adjunct professor within the Project Management Certificate Program at the University of Minnesota's College of Continuing and Professional Studies. 

Related programs: Project Management Certificate