10 Ways to Market Your Project

About the Webinar

Struggling to get your pet project the visibility it deserves? Are your projects often allocated poor budgets?

How do you communicate project status and raise the profile of your project?

Find out how, with this presentation by Project Management guru and author of the award winning blog, ‘A Girl’s Guide to Project Management’ -Elizabeth Harrin!

Elizabeth will run you through 10 tips for making the people who matter care about your project. This is real-life project communications—about what happens after you write the project communication strategy!

In this webinar, you will learn -
  1. How to effectively manage stakeholders on your project
  2. To power-market your projects with highly effective techniques
  3. To improve communication within a project to raise morale and boost productivity
  4. Strategies for communicating the worth and value of your project to higher-ups
Get noticed, get ahead –let this be the beginning of the spectacular second half of your career!

We’ve only a limited number of seats, and the most eager-eyed have signed up already -HURRY and enroll today for a front-row seat before it’s too late!

About Our Speaker

Elizabeth Harrin, MA, FAPM, MBCS is Director of Otobos Consultants Ltd, a project communications consultancy specialising in copywriting for project management firms. She has over a decade of experience in projects. Elizabeth has led a variety of IT and process improvement projects including ERP and communications developments. She is also experienced in managing business change, having spent eight years working in financial services (including two based in Paris, France). Elizabeth is the author of Shortcuts to Success: Project Management in the Real World, Social Media for Project Managers and Customer-Centric Project Management.

She also writes the award-winning blog, A Girl’s Guide to Project Management. You can find Elizabeth online at GirlsGuideToPM.com or on Twitter @pm4girls.
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