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  1. 1. *Members of Event Supporters receive a 10% discount off the standard registration rate Phone: +64 9 927 1500 Fax: +64 9 927 1525 www.liquidlearning.co.nz Booking Code - D Pre-Summit Workshop 1 December 2015 Summit 2 & 3 December 2015 Post-Summit Workshop 4 December 2015 Stamford Plaza Auckland EXPLORE Practical Advice and Strategies for Women’s Leadership Excellence and Career Advancement in Project Management Inspirational stories and advice from field innovators and leaders across a wide range of industries EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS Book & Pay by 2 September 2015 to receive an additional Value Plus Discount! Strengthen core leadership skills to improve team performance and deliver projects efficiently Develop effective strategies to engage with stakeholders and senior leaders within your organisation Network with like-minded women and experienced Project Management leaders Women in Project Management Leadership Summit 2015 Helen Telford President Project Management Institute of New Zealand Raffaella Del Prete Head of Business Technology, Architecture and Design Sovereign Insurance Mercedes Santos Acting Regional Performance Manager, PMINZ Project Manager of the Year 2014 NZ Transport Agency Helen Ferner Technical Director - Project Management Beca Lotty Turnidge Head of Change Management Bank of New Zealand Ramari Slattery Head of Project Central Auckland Council Margo Ray Manager, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office Ministry of Social Development Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Sarah Blackie Head of Commercial and Procurement Xero Limited Lieutenant Commander Kathryn Sherley Marine Engineering Officer Royal New Zealand Navy Diana Hennessy Programme Director Silverstripe Ltd Lois Plum Project Manager Commercial Leader Transportation MWH Global Jude Chambers Manager, International Special Projects and Cultural Exchange Creative New Zealand Jane Farley Certified Management Consultant Real Outcomes Ltd Janet Tuck Career Specialist and Director The Career Clinic Gaylene Hughes Director JDI Business Coaching Lynda Moe Positive Change Facilitator, Organisational Development Specialist, Executive Coach and Speaker Lynda Moe Transformations FEATURED SPEAKERS PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY
  2. 2. TEAM BOOKINGS Receive a 20% discount when booking a team of 8 to attend, please call: +64 9 927 1511 or email: registration@liquidlearning.co.nz 9.00 - 4.30 Developing Resilience for Strengthened Leadership Project Management is a high pressure environment with tight deadlines, limited resources and huge demand to meet expectations. Organisations rely on Project Management Professionals to enable their advancement and success. The role can be stressful and challenging when complications arise that pose a significant threat to the successful and timely delivery of a project. Stress from the workplace leads to difficulties both inside and out of the job. It can result in a breakdown in work / life balance and impact workplace performance (in turn leading to more stress and further complications). Leaders need to keep their emotions in check and maintain a cool and balanced head in order to stay on top of the challenges of the role and successfully push through adversity to get the job done. By building resilience and applying your emotional intelligence, undue stress can be minimised or even avoided completely. A positive mindset and the ability to bounce back from disappointments and challenges is a vital ability for women to have as it enables them to lead through adverse conditions. This workshop will look at practical tools to build your resilience and techniques to apply them in the workplace to minimise stress. Discover proven methods to build emotional resilience and manage emotions and explore techniques such as collaborative problem solving and meditation. Delegates will explore how to reduce the negative effects of stress and to build leadership capabilities. Delegates will leave with a firmer understanding of how to take charge of their mental and emotional state and how to overcome setbacks in order to successfully manage adverse conditions. This interactive workshop will explore: The importance of resilient leadership • Bouncing back from adversity – The 4 dimensions • A learning mindset as a leadership skill • Problem solving – taking charge and overcoming it Building confidence and self-awareness • What is Emotional Intelligence? • Developing your emotional intelligence • Handling feedback effectively Managing stress and staying calm and collected • What are your hot buttons? • Tools to build a positive mindset for leadership • Meditation as an executive tool Developing executive presence • Why ‘who you are’ as a person is critical to being a leader? • Radiating trustworthiness, confidence and credibility • Optimising your leadership abilities Expert Facilitator: Lynda Moe Positive Change Facilitator, Organisational Development Specialist, Executive Coach and Speaker Lynda Moe Transformations Lynda Moe is the CEO and founder of Lynda Moe Transformations. She’s passionate about using her knowledge, skills and innovative ideas to help individuals, teams and organisations to build their capability, increase their agility (communication, thinking, leadership and change), grow their resiliency, and unleash their positive potential in order to not only create a high performing culture in alignment with the organisation’s purpose and mission but to also future proof the organisation. With an extensive background in a range of disciplines and industries, Lynda is able to add significant value across an entire organisation enabling her clients to achieve their desired outcomes and move forward in ways they never thought possible. She enjoys helping her clients solve challenging issues as well as leading and driving specific initiatives that positively impact business outcomes. Lynda often works with teams, groups and organisations in the process of change and/or culturally redefining or reinventing themselves. Her style is values-based, holistic and inclusive. Pre-Summit Workshop 1 December 2015 Phone: +64 9 927 1500 Fax: +64 9 927 1525 www.liquidlearning.co.nz
  3. 3. Day One 2 December 2015 Building and Reinforcing Key Leadership Skills 8.30 - 8.55 Registration and Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Official Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.35 OPENING KEYNOTE CASE STUDY Adaptive processes to simplify complex projects Project Managers play a vital role within their organisation by enabling their programmes and outcomes to be realised. Handling complex and large scale projects in a timely and businesslike manner is a difficult process, and the ability to adapt to the changing state of play is key. Tailoring your approach, leveraging your networks and influencing your team will make this process much simpler and allow smooth delivery of a project. This session will explore methods and frameworks to influence people and adapt your processes to suit organisational objectives. It will demonstrate how to: • Explore frameworks for engaging diverse stakeholder groups • Design specialised processes for specific projects • Develop adaptive skills for Project Management work Helen Telford President Project Management Institute of New Zealand 9.35 - 9.45 Questions and Discussion 9.45 - 10.20 CASE STUDY Taking charge of career opportunities: The value of getting yourself noticed Earning a senior position as a leader within an organisation requires more than a good work ethic and proven results. Leaders stand out, and to get noticed as a leader women need to know how to promote themselves, get noticed and generate their own career advancement opportunities. There are several avenues for women to do this, and in this session Keren will discuss some of these techniques and how they can be used to progress into those senior leadership roles. The session will examine: • Taking advantage of opportunities • Getting noticed by other leaders • Strategies to get noticed Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ 10.20 - 10.30 Questions and Discussion 10.30 - 10.45 Morning Tea 10.45 - 11.20 CASE STUDY Cultivating excellence in Project Management At any given time a single organisation may be managing multiple projects; all operating individually with distinctly different standards, methodology and process. Ensuring all projects meet enterprise level standards is a key component for delivery success, but it can be a difficult process. Auckland Council is currently embedding a Strategic Centre of Excellence for the portfolio, programme and project community, which will work to guarantee that the vast number of projects being undertaken by the Council are undertaken more efficiently and consistently. Ramari will explore: • The development and implementation of Project Central • The strategy and approach behind this • Barriers and challenges, and how these were turned into opportunities Ramari Slattery Head of Project Central Auckland Council 11.20 - 11.30 Questions and Discussion 11.30 - 12.05 EXPERT COMMENTARY Enhancing your Project Mangement toolkit: The art of reducing scope creep Scope creep is a subtle process that starts with small adjustments and, if not controlled, ends up resulting in projects that take far longer to complete, cost more and even fail before they are finished. You can end up with a final result that looks nothing like what was originally envisioned. Effective Project Management leaders are able to identify and limit the effects of scope creep to ensure more efficient project delivery. This session will explore: • What scope creep is and how to recognise the signs • Why it happens and how to deal with it • How to ensure that you minimise and/or prevent it happening Jane Farley Certified Management Consultant Real Outcomes Ltd 12.05 - 12.15 Questions and Discussion 12.15 - 1.15 Networking Lunch 1.15 - 2.15 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Establishing rapport as a capable leader The role of Project Manager has traditionally been a male dominated field which poses challenges for women, who must contend with bias both conscious and unconscious as well as the normal challenges that the role presents. Establishing your credibility in a challenging environment can be difficult and the line between authoritative and authoritarian can be thin. This interactive session will see a panel of experts discuss the challenges faced by women in Project Management roles and how to overcome them. It will: • Offer insight into common biases and misconceptions • Provide strategies for establishing rapport as a leader • Discuss techniques for overcoming or avoiding conflict Diana Hennessy Programme Director Silverstripe Ltd Lois Plum Project Manager Commercial Leader Transportation MWH Global Mercedes Santos Acting Regional Performance Manager, PMINZ Project Manager of the Year 2014 New Zealand Transport Agency Jude Chambers Manager, International Special Projects and Cultural Exchange Creative New Zealand 2.15 - 2.50 CASE STUDY Building the road to success: An inspirational leadership journey Delivering projects on time and within budget can be a stressful process; moreso when the projects are large scale, multi-million dollar infrastructure ventures. Mercedes oversaw the construction and planning of the $200 Million Ngaruawahia and $420 Million Huntly section of the Waikato Expressway, working with a wide array of professionals and stakeholders to ensure the project was not only finished on time, but didn’t damage the culturally significant areas through which it passed. Reflecting on her career, her move from Argentina and the challenges she has overcome, Mercedes will discuss how she managed these complicated projects and earned the title of PMINZ’s Project Manager of VALUE PLUS DISCOUNT Receive $300 off registration if you register and pay by 2 September 2015 PLUS TWO WORKSHOPS! Plus Two Separately Bookable Full-Day Workshops on 1 & 4 December 2015
  4. 4. Deve Day Two 3 December 2015the Year for 2014. Explore: • Managing complex, multi-million dollar projects • Overcoming challenges • An inspirational journey to success Mercedes Santos Acting Regional Performance Manager, PMINZ Project Manager of the Year 2014 New Zealand Transport Agency 2.50 - 3.00 Questions and Discussion 3.00 - 3.15 Afternoon Tea 3.15 - 3.50 CASE STUDY The value of tailored leadership approaches for women Leadership is all about people skills. Effective leadership relies on a developed ability to inspire and govern the people involved in your project in order to get the best possible outcome. While everyone develops a base level of people skills throughout their professional lives, expanding on these skills further serves to enhance your capacity to lead. Different approaches must be used when interacting with various individuals and groups, and it is often more effective for women to embrace their unique approach rather than replicating the processes of male counterparts. Helen will discuss: • The value of good people skills • Different approaches to leadership • Leading in a male dominated space Helen Ferner Technical Director - Project Management Beca 3.50 - 4.00 Questions and Discussion 4.00 - 4.35 CASE STUDY Sink or swim – You never know until you try The prospect of beginning a new project or entering a field with limited experience can be a daunting one, and many women can feel nervous or unmotivated to pursue new opportunities in adverse circumstances. In this session, Kathryn will reflect on her career, from being the first female engineer in the Royal New Zealand Navy to working as Project Manager on the Platform Systems Upgrade of the Royal New Zealand Navy’s two ANZAC Class Frigates. The session will discuss: • The benefits of taking a chance • Pursuing opportunities despite apprehensions • How a positive point of view can change your attitude towards a challenge Lieutenant Commander Kathryn Sherley Marine Engineering Officer Royal New Zealand Navy 4.35 - 4.45 Questions and Discussion 4.45 Concluding Remarks from the Chair 8.30 - 8.55 Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.35 OPENING CASE STUDY Effective time management for enhanced project delivery The need to meet tight deadlines and effectively manage numerous individual tasks to deliver a project makes time management skills vital to Project Managers. When faced with multiple responsibilities and competing expectations, organising and prioritising them is key. This requires a firm understanding of organisational goals and strategic planning sense. Raffaella will draw on examples from her role overseeing IT Architecture to demonstrate the value of these skills and the value they add. She will explore: • Managing and prioritising multiple project streams • Effective time management skills • Utilising your strengths efficiently Raffaella Del Prete Head of Business Technology, Architecture and Design Sovereign Insurance 9.35 - 9.45 Questions and Discussion 9.45 - 10.20 CASE STUDY Taking initiative to advance your career Project Management is a unique field. Where conventional corporate roles see employees continuously work to maintain organisational functionality; Project Managers work within set limits with a specified goal and clearly defined deadlines. The particular nature of a Project Manager’s work results in ambiguous career pathways, and moving into more senior positions within an organisation is not a clear cut process. In order to progress and advance in your career, it is necessary to not only understand what you want, but to also take initiative and actively seek out new opportunities. Reflecting on her diverse and varied career, Sarah will discuss the processes she used to move from environmental consultant, to PMP, to her current role. Discuss: • Understanding your career goals • Taking initiative and pursuing new opportunities • Embracing challenge Sarah Blackie Head of Commercial and Procurement Xero Limited 10.20 - 10.30 Questions and Discussion 10.30 - 10.45 Morning Tea 10.45 - 11.20 EXPERT COMMENTARY Developing your unique leadership brand Your personal brand is your own unique and personal signature, and makes an impression on those you come into contact with, whether positive, negative or indifferent. Exceptional leaders stand out as confident and inspiring women who engage with their teams and get the job done. As a leader how do you stand out for all the right reasons and make yourself memorable? In this session Janet will discuss: • Recognising your leadership strengths and capabilities • Creatang your unique ‘Brand’ • Identifying and using the tools you need to market yourself effectively and get noticed Janet Tuck Career Specialist and Director The Career Clinic EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Receive $100 off registration if you register and pay by 2 November 2015 SUPER SAVER DISCOUNT Receive $200 off registration if you register and pay by 2 October 2015 Follow this event on Twitter using the event hashtag #WIPM15z and @LiquidLearning for daily industry updates! Make the most of your Liquid Learning experience, join us to network over complimentary canapés and drinks NETWORKING RECEPTION 4.45 - 5.45
  5. 5. eloping Resilience, Emotional Intelligence and Communication Skills Phone: +64 9 927 1500 Fax: +64 9 927 1525 www.liquidlearning.co.nz • Project Directors / Managers • Chief Project Managers / Officers • Portfolio Directors • Head of Projects • General Managers of Projects • Program Managers • PMO Manager • Project / Program Office • Head of Programs • Operations Managers • Major Projects • Infrastructure / Capital Works Projects • ICT / Systems Projects • Project Consulting • Project Officers • Project Management Professionals (PMP) WHO WILL ATTEND Aspiring, emerging, and existing female leaders in Project Management and related roles across all industries, including: 11.20 - 11.30 Questions and Discussion 11.30 - 12.05 CASE STUDY Managing change in a dynamic environment Projects are transformational activities; they have clearly defined outcomes and exist to develop or enhance structures and systems. Organisations today need to plan and execute strategic change using a blend of change management theory and Project Management practice in order to successfully and effectively achieve organisational outcomes and meet their targets. This session will explore change from a Project Management perspective and offer insight into how women in Project Management roles can efficiently engage with change and lead through transformation. Explore: • The role change plays in project delivery • Blending change and Project Management techniques • Methods for leading in times of change Lotty Turnidge Head of Change Management Bank of New Zealand 12.05 - 12.15 Questions and Discussion 12.15 - 1.15 Networking Lunch 1.15 - 1.50 CASE STUDY Remembering the people behind the success Project delivery relies on more than reaching milestones and compiling status reports – It is the people behind the projects that see them delivered on time and to brief. This means understanding the needs and goals of the stakeholder, the sponsor, the business analyst and the tester and empowering them to perform to the best of their ability. Margo will look at her own team and how understanding them on a personal level has benefited all involved. The session will explore: • Understanding the people in your team • Motivating them on a personal level • Improving performance through personalised approaches Margo Ray Manager, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office Ministry of Social Development 1.50 - 2.00 Questions and Discussion 2.00 - 2.50 EXPERT COMMENTARY Key strategies for developing a winning team An effective and highly successful leader knows how to get the best out of their team, and improve the overall performance of their organisation. A critical part of this process is building a strong team culture that promotes productivity. In this interactive session, Gaylene will explore some of the requisite skills that can be developed to enhance your leadership capabilities. Explore: • The six keys to formulating a winning team • Understanding your leadership profile and how to leverage your strengths • Practical advice on building a strong team culture Gaylene Hughes Director JDI Business Coaching 2.50 - 3.00 Questions and Discussion 3.00 - 3.15 Afternoon Tea 3.15 - 4.00 INTERACTIVE CLOSING ROUNDTABLE Moving forward: The next steps This closing interactive session will provide delegates with the opportunity to discuss the previous two days and reflect on the learnings and insights they are taking away with them. Lynda will guide delegates in a process to create an Individual Action Plan designed to build their capacity as ABOUT THE EVENT Despite increasing numbers of women moving into Project Management roles, it is still a field in which senior leadership roles are predominately held by men. This places unique challenges and career-path complications on female Project Management Professionals as they journey toward senior leadership roles. In order to build a successful career in Project Management, women are needing not only to deliver results but contend with unconscious bias and other hurdles. Leadership in a dynamic and high-pressure field such as Project Management requires talent and tenacity in equal parts, as well as the capacity to compete in a male-dominated environment. The Women in Project Management Leadership Summit 2015 is designed to explore the issues and challenges unique to women in this space and offer practical insight from women who have not only been through them before, but emerged stronger from the experience. Inspirational leaders from a broad range of industries will share their experiences and offer practical strategies and advice for aspiring leaders to apply in their own career progression. Register early to be a part of this progressive and empowering conversation! The 2nd Women in Engineering Leadership Summit 2015 10, 11 & 12 November 2015 Mercure Wellington Abel Tasman Hotel ALSO AVAILABLE Project Management leaders and will bring the Summit to a close by highlighting some of the key messages from the speakers. She will: • Facilitate a reflective discussion between delegates • Assist you to create your Individual Action Plan • Inspire you to visualise and create your positive future as a Project Management Professional Lynda Moe Positive Change Facilitator, Organisational Development Specialist, Executive Coach and Speaker Lynda Moe Transformations 4.00 Concluding Remarks from the Chair and Summit Close
  6. 6. 9.00 - 4.30 Specialised Communication Skills for Women in Project Management Projects are a team effort; they rely on several different, sometimes unrelated parties working together toward a singular vision. These projects enable growth and improvement for both organisations and the services they provide to the public, making their successful and timely delivery vital. A chief problem facing Project Management professionals is the successful engagement and coordination of the various people involved in the process. Stakeholders need to be consulted and kept informed, senior management need to be kept up to date on progress, and team members and contractors need clear instructions and a firm idea of the desired outcome. The various groups involved in the delivery of a project make for a unique blend of different people, with different intents and contrasting methods. The diverse groups require varying approaches when it comes to communication, and knowing how to effectively exert your influence and assert your authority as a leader is crucial. In this hands-on workshop, delegates will be equipped with practical communication skills they can apply in the workplace to engage stakeholders, inspire staff and keep the higher-ups informed and involved with the work being done. It will look at frameworks for assertive yet unaggressive communication, techniques for positively influencing team members and ensuring top level management are fully aware of the project’s status and scope. This workshop will explore several fields, including: Assertiveness as a leadership style • Being firm but fair • Avoiding aggression • Establishing rapport as a leader Tailored approaches to communication • Engaging stakeholders • Motivating staff • Providing clear, concise explanations and instructions Managing problematic communication • Dealing with resistance and confrontation • Handling negative perceptions • Setting clearly defined expectations for team members Expert Facilitator: Gaylene Hughes Director JDI Business Coaching Gaylene has an extremely diverse business and professional background. She has owned and operated her own financial consulting business for over 25 years, working with numerous organisations within both the public, not-for-profit and private sectors. A business coach since 2002, Gaylene has the ability to identify where opportunities lie within a business and to improve its long-term performance, helping to simplify and systemise processes and procedures. Her infectious enthusiasm and passion coupled with her straight forward and warm speaking style are sure to keep you on track. Gaylene regularly shares her knowledge with a clear purpose: to help people realize their own potential and successfully achieve results. SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 Fax: +64 9 927 1525 www.liquidlearning.co.nz Post-Summit Workshop 4 December 2015 • 8.30 - 9.00 Registration • 9.00 - 10.40 Session One • 10.40 - 11.00 Morning Tea WORKSHOP SCHEDULE • 11.00 - 12.30 Session Two • 12.30 - 1.30 Lunch • 1.30 - 3.00 Session Three • 3.00 - 3.20 Afternoon Tea • 3.20 - 4.30 Session Four • 4.30 Close of Workshop
  7. 7. Organisation Name Address Suburb State Postcode Booking Contact Information Title Full Name or TBA Position Email Phone Please Note: Payment is required prior to attending this event. c Credit Card c Cheque (payable to Liquid Learning Limited) c Electronic Funds Transfer c Please invoice me: Purchase Order No. # Credit Card Details - Please charge my credit card for this registration: Card Type c Visa c MasterCard c American Express Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Please transfer funds directly to: Westpac New Zealand Limited Account Name: Liquid Learning Limited Account No: 03 0252 0863638-00 SWIFT Code: WPACNZ2W Amount Please quote ref WIPM1215z and registrant name Note: 2% surcharge applies to American Express payments Card Number Expiry Full Name as on card Cardholder’s Contact Number Signature X Authorising Manager’s Details: This registration is invalid without a signature. 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