Humans are at the core of projects, as teams that deliver change, as users that need change and as society at large to become better for all. Leadership is needed more than ever in times of more frequent and deeper disruptions, as everybody looks for safety and predictability. Teams, customers and humanity are served best if leaders act ethically.
Questions reflected on in the presentation, practically and philosophically are
- What does being ethical mean, which values do we have in common?
- How can we become better as ethical leaders?
- Which tools can we use to improve ourselves?
- Why do we recognise good leadership when we see it?
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About Thomas Walenta
Thomas Walenta, PMP, PgMP and PMI Fellow worked for IBM from 1983 to 2014 in a variety of client projects, programs and PMOs. He served in his first project 1974 and build his first PMO from 1995, leading teams from 5 to 120 people, onsite and remote.
He is a member of PMI since 1992, and of GPM/IPMA since 1995. As a PMI volunteer from 1998, he led the PMI Frankfurt Chapter for 8 years, was elected to the PMI Board for two terms of three years each and was a member of the PMI Ethics Review Committee for 6 years.
Thomas is a keynote speaker since 2000, gave more than 30 webinars to Chapters during Corona.
Today he is consulting, teaching at the University of Darmstadt, and mentoring more than 10 individuals. He considers himself a Global Project Economy Expert, covering all aspects of a new project management paradigm for people from 5-75, across all value delivery frameworks and helping the global society to improve.
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