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If you screw-up, own-up

One of the traits that strong leaders and credible advisers have is the willingness to ‘own up’ to mistakes they’ve made.  No one operating effectively as a project or program manager, or for that matter any type of manager making decisions can expect to be correct 100% of the time. 287 more words

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February 2015 Posts

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Defining a global CX strategy? We have some advice on how to ensure you bring everyone with you.

Creating a global collaborative CX strategy can prove a complex, political and exhausting experience. There’s a lot to consider when starting so we’ve outlined some of our own learnings to help you. 592 more words

Dealing with bad news

The current faux furore around the Australian Governments response to the Human Rights Commission offers a textbook study on dealing with bad news.

I am assuming none of the protagonists believe child abuse is acceptable and everyone is ultimately interested in minimising harm to vulnerable children. 832 more words

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Global Virtual Conference (GVC) - September 2013 and 2014

Image 1: Event Banner for all marketing material and to be displayed in the virtual lobby area

Image 2: The Lobby area of the virtual environment, once logged in this is the first page that delegates saw and were required to navigate their way through the platform from this page.  596 more words

January 2015 Posts

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Stacking the Odds in Your Favour Through Effective Stakeholder Engagement

It might be a little prosaic to say but Stakeholder engagement is undeniably a critical element of every project and programme yet it is often poorly understood and frequently patchy in terms of its execution. 1,031 more words

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