Building Leadership Resilience: 5 Strategies for BAs and PMs to Increase their Effectiveness During Change
Keynote @ ProjectWorld Business Analyst World, Atlantic Canada
- Speaker: Gregg Brown, MSc, CTDP, PMP, Chief Learning Officer, TidalShift
- Cost: Open to conference delegates only ($)
Most change models don’t address how to increase our capacity to handle change. Resilience does. Resilience is the ability to remain productive, particularly during change. Research has shown that resilience can be learned. We don’t need to be born with it. In today’s projectized world of large scale change, the BA and PM’s ability to display resilience is a critical element of success. Successful BAs and PMs channel the energy of change to assist their teams and their organizations in achieving better project outcomes. The key for us is to develop our ability to be strategic and not reactive.
- Learn a practical process for being resilient in the projectized world
- Discuss and experience a set of five “change muscles” that will help individuals and energy more effectively
- Learn 5 actionable strategies to help you and your team be resilient
About the Speaker
Gregg Brown is the Chief Learning Officer at TidalShift Inc. Gregg is a captivating speaker, accomplished facilitator and expert in the fields of leadership, resilience and change. He has spoken hundreds of times at conferences, seminars, retreats, for Fortune 500 clients and to a wide array of industries including financial, insurance, retail, public and not-for-profit sectors.
In addition to volunteer and pro-bono work for non-profit organizations, Gregg is passionate about learning and is on the National Board of The Institute for Performance and Learning (formerly Canadian Society for Training and Development) and has received the Certified Training and Development Professional (CTDP) designation. As well, he has his Project Management Professional (PMP) designation from the Project Management Institute.
Gregg holds a Masters of Social Science degree from the University of Leicester in the UK with a focus on organizational psychology, leadership and performance and is an Associate Member of the American Psychological Association.
About ProjectWorld Business Analyst World, Atlantic Canada
ProjectWorld Business Analyst World, Atlantic Canada runs from October 17th to 18th, 2016 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. As the leading educational conference for Project Management and Business Analysis, this event provides attendees with PDUs and CDU’s for each hour of learning. Learn more: https://www.pmbaconferences.com/atlantic-canada/home.html