50 Shades of Yellow:
Managing Project Risk

Brian Munroe

Trainer, Coach, and Consultant for Corporate Education Group

About the Webinar

This webinar aims to assist project managers in identifying and addressing potential risks in their projects. While they are skilled at managing day-to-day issues, these managers may struggle to predict and prevent problems before they occur. The webinar will cover strategies for creating a safe culture of proactive risk identification and management, rather than simply reacting to issues as they arise. If you are a project team leader or a project manager, you will acquire the required skills to effectively share these ideas and establish a team that excels in identifying and managing potential risks in your organization.

Topic Areas

  • Understand the distinction between project issues and risks.
  • Recognize why people and organizations may be unable to recognize risks.
  • Discover why there is often a reluctance to problem declaration.
  • Explore approaches towards risk management in teams.
  • Learn the importance of building an environment of trust with your teams.
  • Discover various risk tolerances and the tools that are used to track.
  • Gain proficiency in daily/weekly risk management techniques.

About the Presenter


Brian Munroe, trainer, coach, and consultant with Corporate Education Group, has over 25 years of experience focusing his efforts on the training development and leadership of people through project leadership. Brian enjoys complexity and thrives off environments of constant change, flux, and yes, even chaos. As a result, he uses his expertise in rescuing troubled project as a learning and development platform to further enhance the skills of those he works with. Brian is educated in executive leadership and change management from Cornell University, is a Six Sigma Green Belt, a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Scrum Master, and Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO). He has also been a guest instructor and speaker at several large organizations and has spoken at several PMI Global Congresses and at over 50 PMI chapters around the world.

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