PMI UK Chapter

PMI UK Webinar: When virtual meetings go wrong … and how to make it right. 14th January 2021

PMI UK Webinar: When virtual meetings go wrong … and how to make it right. 14th January 2021

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Digital disruption is everywhere … and facilitation is no different. I know I miss being in the same physical space as the leadership, project and community groups I’m helping. You might think going virtual is second best but come to this session to challenge your assumptions about what groups can do when they are not necessarily in the same place or even the same time.

Chris will facilitate an expert panel discussion – with you as the experts! – about what works and what doesn’t with virtual facilitation, as applied to project, program and portfolio management disciplines, like scope determination, governance decision-making, benefits realization and management of risks and change.

Collaborate with colleagues to learn about the new tools of trade and what can be done to make your next interaction process with clients the best (virtual) experience you’ve ever facilitated.

Event Properties

Event Date 14-01-2021 12:00 pm
Event End Date 14-01-2021 1:00 pm
Individual Price Free
No. of Strategic PDUs 1.0

Speakers

Chris Carter

Recently returned to his independent consulting roots, Chris designs and delivers strategic and operational decision-making, value-driven transformation program leadership, and breakthrough group collaboration performance. With over 25 years of experience in all aspects of organizational change, especially when enabled by technology, Chris has worked in Canada, the U.S. and around the world for firms like DMR Consulting, BearingPoint, A.T. Kearney and KPMG. A long-time proponent of innovative group processes like Open Space, Future Search and Appreciative Inquiry, Chris is actively exploring, experimenting and engaging with clients to solve tough problems and get things done in our new virtual reality through innovative facilitation and collaboration tools and techniques.