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Leading Inclusively – Stories from the Front Line
28 March @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
In today’s volatile environment, leading projects requires an ever expanding range of skills. Being able to empower and inspire the whole team is key to this, and indeed is explicit in our understanding of leadership. Using a story telling approach, Shona will demonstrate from experience how this can be achieved in your own projects.
Energy security, climate change and the cost-of-living crisis mean that projects we deliver today are often expected to benefit wider society in addition to simply delivering a return on investment and maximising economic value.
Shona is a seasoned, working project manager and at this event she will use a story-telling approach to provide the audience with examples about things she does to drive inclusion and ensure everyone feels empowered to deliver the mission.
Whether you are new to project management or a seasoned professional, you will have ideas to take away and try. Leading inclusively helps leaders navigate a future that is volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous. It empowers the team to deliver, drives ownership, harnesses the collective power of the team, and puts people at the heart of the mission.
Shona Campbell, Project Manager
Shona Campbell has been leading complex projects since 2003, primarily in the energy industry. A Chartered Project Professional (ChPP) and Chartered Engineer (CEng), she has worked offshore and onshore in various roles (project manager, integration manager, construction manager, interface engineer and project engineer), on large and small projects, in the UK and internationally.
In the last decade, she has been called upon to lead in the aftermath of Crises and to lead strategic projects with a diverse range of stakeholders. Shona’s super-power is ‘people skills’ and she is known for bringing people together to collaborate and to drive a positive team culture. She has won industry awards for collaboration.
18:00: Registration and refreshments
18:30: Presentation and Q&A
19:30: Buffet and networking
Please note: This event is being held in the Glen Grant room at the Leonardo Hotel Aberdeen which was formerly Jurys Inn.
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