April Newsletter – Do you walk the talk?


Here are a couple of things you might have missed out on:


Check out this video:

How To Manage Small Projects



Team Kick-Off Quick Reference Guide

A team kick off should serve a few purposes. It is a perfect opportunity for everyone to gain a common understanding of what the project is all about, set expectations on how everyone should operate, share the role of each team member and most importantly provide an opportunity to bond and get to know each other on a more personal level. Get it here.

You can also download yourself the 27 Point Set-Up for Success Project Checklist.

This is not your standard tick in the box theory checklist. It is designed to get you thinking about all the things you should be considering to make your project successful on top of the fundamentals they teach you in text books.

Done For You RACIs

To save you time on planning we have created some completed RACI matrices.

These matrices each contain comprehensive listings of activities required to complete some of the most common types of projects. It then shows you who should be responsible, accountable, consulted and informed for each of those activities.

Why not let us do the work for you? Grab them here

Events and Training

Change Leadership Summit – Sydney, Australia – June 2016

The only thing that is constant in business is change. However, organisations are still unable to lead change successfully! Research statistics from McKinsey & Co., Harvard, IBM and Towers Watson all point to the fact that only 30% of change initiatives succeed. These results haven’t changed in the last 40 years.

At this highly interactive event, our objective is to challenge your thinking around how to lead change effectively. We want to inspire you with stories of great leadership and cutting edge thought leadership that have created change ready and agile organisations.

Check out the amazing line up of speakers and register now to get early bird prices.

A Message From Our Founder

My message this month is a reminder of self awareness.

Do you think you walk the talk?

Many people talk a good game however I hear people say and do things in complete contradiction to each other.

Say “I value the opinions and value my team members add”
Do, order your team around and never ask for their input

Say “I always do what I say I will do”
Do, never finish anything and always end up with others picking up the slack

Say “it’s really important to have a balance of responsibilities at home”
Do, sit on the couch relaxing with a wine and a book while your partner is washing dishes and folding washing.

Actions speak louder than words. I actually think in some cases people believe because they say all the right things that they are a good and reliable person. However, if your behaviour is in contradiction to what you say it decreases your credibility. Sometimes, we are not actually aware that we are even doing this.

My action for you this month is to become more aware. Observe yourself from the outside and assess yourself as others would to just self check that your are actually walking the talk.

Do this for a minimum of a day but I’d challenge you to do it for at least 3 days at work and at home.

Our relationships are what make our world a pleasurable place to be or a pain to be in. This exercise has the power to make a positive impact on our relationships be they with stakeholders, team members or family, if you are open to it and willing to make a change as a result.

Enjoy the change!

Louise Ledbrook

Enjoy the rest of your month!
Louise and the Project Community Team


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