Elizabeth Harrin FAPM provides education and mentorship to project managers.
She provides project management training and mentoring in-person and online, to individuals and companies. She is a Fellow of the Association for Project Management and was the youngest female Fellow at the time of her appointment.
Prior to becoming an independent practitioner, Elizabeth spent over 15 years in the corporate world, leading IT and business change projects across financial services and healthcare, including two based in Paris, France.
During that time she led an ERP implementation, managed the corporate compliance effort to meet GDPR requirements, led the project to meet process and technical requirements following the CMA Order into private healthcare and other initiatives. She actively works to engage stakeholders from across the business to ensure buy in and support for change.
Elizabeth is an award-winning blogger and author of several books about project and change management, several of which are now in subsequent editions. Shortcuts to Success: Project Management in the Real World was shortlisted for the Management Book of the Year Awards in 2014.
As well as mentoring, training and writing, Elizabeth speaks on the topics of stakeholder engagement, project management careers and productivity at events around the world – often via interactive online sessions but also in person. She has spoken for the APM and PMI, IPMA Young Crew and given guest lectures at universities in the UK, US and Belgium.
She also contributes to a variety of other initiatives including sitting on the advisory board for the RISE Being Lean and Seen programme at Liverpool John Moores University.
Read more and get in touch via Elizabeth’s website: https://www.girlsguidetopm.com/links/