One day workshop with The Lazy Project Manager

The art of productive laziness – how to be twice as productive and still leave the office early – a one day workshop with Peter Taylor (The Lazy Project Manager)

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Date Tuesday 16th April 2013
Time 8:45pm Registration and refreshments
9.00am Start
5:00pm Close
Venue The Hatton, 51-53 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8HN
Presented by Peter Taylor, The Lazy Project Manager
CPD Up to 6 hours (find out more about CPD)
Cost £350

‘Progress isn’t made by early risers. It’s made by lazy men trying to find easier ways to do something.’

Learn about the art of productive laziness with the lazy project   manager; understanding what is meant by the ‘productive lazy’ approach to   projects (and life) and learn how to apply these lessons ‘to be twice as   productive and still leave the office early’.

The seminar will cover the definition of productive laziness, the science   behind the theory (yes there really is some), and will share some personal   learning experiences that led to the creation of ‘the lazy project manager’.   In addition the audience will be led through the three key project stages,   one of which the ‘lazy’ project manager works very hard in and the second   they should be in the comfortable position of enjoying the ‘comfy chair’ safe   in the knowledge that the project is well under control.

A specific focus will be made on the third area, project closure, which can   be done so much better with very little effort but with a significant value   add for all ‘would be’ lazy project managers.

Who should attend

The workshop is directed at anyone who is directly or indirectly involved in   project based activity, experienced or otherwise, and is a great team   building opportunity:

• Project managers
• Senior project management practitioners
• Project administrators
• PMO staff

All are welcome, only a keen interest in learning more about what an   effective project manager, and project team, can deliver is required.

Benefits

At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:

• Apply the approach of ‘productive laziness’
• Understand how to better manage themselves while managing others on   projects
• Identify ways to apply the concept of working smarter, not harder
• Apply personal efforts where it matters most on a project
• Work with team members in a more productive way
• Plan projects to start the way they want them to start
• Communicate more effectively with the entire project team

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Reviews

“Peter is a powerful, passionate and persuasive speaker. His   presentation was one of the most exciting and memorable speeches we’ve ever   had!” Malgorzata Kusyk, Project Manager, Thomson Reuters January 2011

“Peter is a self-effacing presenter poking fun at himself. All of this is   what makes him so good.” Karen Fox, President, PMI NYC September 2010

“Peter is a highly knowledgeable expert. He has a unique ability to deliver   even the most complex messages with ease, using humour to connect with the   audience, leaving a lasting impression.” Mihaly Nagy, Project Zone;   Copenhagen and Budapest 2011

“Peter did not disappoint – I’ve been involved with organizations that   produce sessions for members for many years, and the feedback following   Peter’s was among the highest I’ve ever seen. Not only is he presenting   highly relevant and interesting concepts to get you to look at things   differently, he’s also a very engaging speaker who breaks down the theories   into manageable, easy to learn concepts” Barbara Porter, PMI IT &   Telecom Community of Practice 201

Bookings for this event are subject to the APM terms and   conditions.

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