Spring School 2017 - Management of Smaller Projects

Part 2: Mentoring and Coaching for Project Management

Date:
Monday 13 March 2017

Time:
6.00pm - 9.00pm (refreshments available 30 minutes before)

Venue:
BCS London, Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA | Maps

Fees:
(Prices stated are inclusive of VAT @ 20%)

Full Rate
BCS members: £72.00
APM members: £86.40
Non-members: £96.00
Unwaged/Students; £19.20
[Please select 'Yes' to the 'Are you a full-time student?' question, during your booking]

The PROMS-G Spring School 2017 - this is part one in a series of four events. Book once for access to all four events.

Introduction:

Our unique format of Spring Schools has been highly successful for more than 10 years and enables us to explore a number of related aspects of an overall theme. The 2017 Spring School will be on the crucial topic of the Management of Smaller Projects.

It should be of great interest to project managers at all levels of experience: those beginning their careers in project management and those looking to compare management approaches.

It will also provide many insights to those who manage project managers - including senior project and programme managers and there is a complete session looking at aspects of coaching and mentoring.

The Spring School will bring together audience members combining a broad range of experience from the public, private, charity and education sectors and the post presentation networking opportunities are particularly rewarding.

Feedback from previous Spring Schools:

  • I really enjoyed it and I think I've gained a lot from attending. I'll definitely be attending again if I can.
  • It's a great format, having focussed input on one particular topic for four consecutive weeks.
  • My overall impression was very positive. The subjects covered are of crucial importance in project management and it was very useful to learn more about them. The three speakers made the events both informative and thought provoking. The networking sessions rounded off the evening nicely, in a convivial atmosphere.
  • Top quality speakers uniquely focusing on a specific topic area over four evenings. Great value for money.
  • Well organised and run. I liked the content and the friendliness.

Presenter: Jane Seeley

Agenda

6.00pm - Registration with tea, coffee, fresh fruit juices and biscuits
6.30pm - Presentation including Q&A
Followed by a networking opportunity with a sandwich buffet, wine and soft drinks
9.00pm - Close

About the speaker:

Leveraging over 30 years’ experience working with start-ups, small business through to large internationals such as DHL, Jane utilises her knowledge of multiple industry sectors applying 'fit for purpose' leading best practice frameworks such as ITIL, Six Sigma and Prince to help organisations and individuals add value.

With a proven track record of leading business transformation programmes, Jane is passionate about coaching and mentoring individuals and teams through a collaborative leadership approach to optimise outcomes and culturally embrace change.

The PROMS-G Spring School 2017 - this is part one in a series of four events. Book once for access to all four events.

Part 1 Why small projects are special

Part 3 Making Project Management Work in the Voluntary Sector

Part 4 Panel Debate