Continuing Your Project During a Crisis


Monday, August 17, 2020 at 9:00am Eastern Time (Washington, DC)
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How to manage a project during a global health crisis is not something we’ve practiced, but even in these difficult times, we all want our projects to succeed. In this session, you will learn tips to minimize project challenges and disruptions by:

  1. Learning how your emotions impact your ability to think critically.
  2. Simplifying your project by completing a Project Charter.
  3. Minimizing detailed timelines and building schedules.
  4. Reflecting and recognizing that things will not always go the way you hoped.

In this session, you will also receive a Project Charter Template to use for your projects.

About your Presenter:
Lou Russell
Managing Director, Learning | Russell Martin & Associates – a Moser Consulting

Lou has 30 years of helping organizations achieve their full potential working to inspire improvement in their leadership, project management and individual growth. Today, Lou is a leading executive consultant, a sought-after speaker, and an author of six books on topics including Instructional Technology, Human Resources, and Project Management.

Lou’s passion is to create growth in companies by guiding the growth of their people. Lou believes that training is often just part of the solution to business problems. At Moser, Lou and her team incorporate a wide variety of services and products that can be tailored to help companies solve unique challenges, making their employees happier and more productive. Her upbeat style, and humorous stories about on-the ground experiences gives her clients both the inspiration and the tools they need to improve the bottom line for their business.


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