Type: Symposium Track Session Track: Shared/Leadership
Tuesday October 31 1:15pm to 2:15pm Credits: 1 PMI PDU - Leadership
Many project managers recognize the need to adapt their leadership approach and develop strategies to engage multiple generations while managing multiple projects. The leadership approaches that worked in the past will need to be redefined to engage employees from different generations in the present and future.Participants will learn about each generation’s distinctive preferences and traits that distinguish their motivational factors towards work. Participants will also uncover strategies to optimize engagement and adapt their leadership approach to enable information sharing, resolution of conflicts among multigenerational team members and how to encourage collaboration to achieve outstanding business results.
Discuss challenges when leading different generations
Select strategies to optimize employee engagement amongst multiple generations
Identify different approaches to leading different generations
Siobhan Brown Director Change Management , sgsco Siobhan Brown is an experienced Director at sgsco. She is an instructor, consultant, award winning author keynote speaker and project professional with over 15 years of progressive experience in developing and delivering programs in both public and private sectors including one-on-one coaching with senior management and director level staff.
At sgsco, Siobhan focuses on enhancing change management, leadership and project management skills. She is an innovative, dynamic, results-driven learning and development professional with a well earned reputation for taking initiative. By partnering effectively with client groups, she has consistently created innovative solutions to achieve strategic objectives. In addition to offering high-calibre presentation and facilitation skills, she possesses the ability to interact with employees at all levels, creating trust and rapport.
Siobhan has demonstrated project managing medium to large scale initiatives by developing and designing procedures and programs to optimize performance and process efficiency using a disciplined project management approach. She has integrated change management strategies to increase engagement, innovation, performance and resilience of people during times of disruptive change.
With a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Information Technology Management, Siobhan holds her Change Management Practitioner (CMP) Designation from APMG, her Project Management Professional (PMP) Designation from the Project Management Institute, her Certified Training and Development Professional (CTDP) designation from the Institute for Performance and Learning and is a certified Extended DiSC® facilitator. She has currently completed her Masters of Arts in Leadership at Royal Roads University.