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With the retirement of 'baby boomers', organizations have growing succession needs at senior leadership positions. Organizations are looking for candidates that have the ability to progressively assume greater responsibilities, in a turbulent environment. Project managers have faced more than others this phenomenon of turbulence. They naturally developed certain skills to be potential candidates, but did they develop the ones required to be considered as a high potential candidate?
At this conference you will have the opportunity to:
Learn which skills are required to progress from project manager to project leader;
Learn which skills are required to progress from project leader to transformational leader;
Assess your strengths and development needs;
Identify concrete ways to develop these skills.
This conference will offer an overview of the literature and a self-assessment exercise as well as tools that will enable participants to develop their skills.
Biography : Michel Lavoie, PMP
Michel is an enterprising and resourceful manager with significant expertise in cultural, organizational and IT transformation. He has demonstrated skills in management consulting, change management, and enterprise’s resources planning. His privileged areas of interventions cover accompaniment in business issues analysis, stakeholder’s alignment, business positioning and transformation process management.
Whether as a strategic consultant, project or program manager or human resources professional, he realized diverse mandates like start-up, reorganization, feasibility studies and implementation of new processes and technologies in major organizations. He currently works with the TransformAgilité Group.