About the Webinar
Today’s post-pandemic business environment tells us that rapid, constant, and disruptive change is now the norm and business coaching is more important than ever. For project managers, coaching others has evolved as an essential skill needed alongside leading project team members. But with so much to do and so little guidance, how do project managers successfully stretch and develop others while getting the work done?
Join Lisa DiTullio as she shares successful coaching tips that can be incorporated into routine interactions with project team members while ensuring the delivery of successful project results. She will talk about how coaching is based on asking rather than telling, on challenging rather than instructing, and by holding a person accountable for results. Lisa will identify the skills that project managers need to be effective workplace coaches and share best-practice tips that can be applied immediately with lasting results.
About the Presenter
Lisa DiTullio, consultant and trainer for Corporate Education Group (CEG), has over 25 years’ experience in establishing PMO and portfolio management models and is dedicated to introducing project management as a business competency and enabling organizations to improve decision making, instill accountability, and enhance communications. Lisa served as VP, Portfolio and Program Management for Foundation Medicine and director of the PMO at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. She is an author and regular contributor to industry blogs and various podcasts, a PMI® PMTrainingTM instructor, and a contributor to Project Bites. She is a recognized international speaker in project management and is known for her storytelling to impart messages that are impactful and practical.