Social Media are powerful communication tools! Is your Change Communication going with the times? Have you experimented with Social Media or are you still relying on E-mail? Practical tips and tricks for using a secret Facebook group in your Change Communication.
Look inside the Course!! As the Course Spotlight for the last Course was so well received, I now give you the tour of my new Online Course! Find below some of the highlights! Scroll down for a screencast where I give you a tour of the main elements of the course.
The top 10 communication mistakes Project Sponsors commit in change projects and how you can avoid them.
Communication that touches you emotionally or conveys very personal stories of change is the most powerful! Find five tips for Change Communication here.
Two easy wins for Project Sponsors to become more visible and proactive – setting and managing expectations with staff and peers.
The Online Course “Setting the Project Sponsor up for Success” was recently reviewed – I take the opportunity to give you a Tour of the Course and show you some of the highlights!
Compact and practical online-course called “Setting the Project Sponsor up for Success” to become more effective, visible and proactive in your role as Project Sponsor.
Strategy 5 of 5 Power Strategies to become a more effective Project Sponsor.
How can you do the Project Sponsor role justice, even if you have already got too much on your plate? Systematically schedule 2 – 3 hours of Project Sponsor activities throughout the week to claw back time in the long run.
Strategy 4 of 5 Power Strategies to become a more effective Project Sponsor.
The Sponsor in a change initiative plays a critical role. He or she is a role model for continuous improvement culture and is instrumental in making changes in the organisation sustainable.
Strategy 3 of 5 Power Strategies to become a more effective Project Sponsor.
The Project Sponsor role is not very well defined, there are a lot of unspoken expectations within the project team and the group of key stakeholders. Project Sponsors also operate within their own understanding of the role and have some misconceptions.