Global PM Days May 2022 – Negotiation
The keynotes of the conference were focused on the important skills and knowledge around negotiation:
- Negotiation theories, techniques and tactics
- Phases in negotiations
- Analysis of cultural aspects and tactics
- Identification of the desired outcomes
- Establishing and maintaining trust and positive working relationships
Global PM Days November 2021 – Self-reflection & Self-management
Self-reflection & Self-management was the center of our discussion of the 5th Global PM Days on November 27-28, 2021.
The participants of the conference had a chance to hear world-renowned speakers talk about Self-reflection and Self-management while delivering great tools and examples from real-life situations, in order to relate and boost personal and interpersonal competences.
Global PM Days May 2021 – Resourcefulness
Resourcefulness – the key to handling uncertainty, changes, limitations, and stressful situations – became the center of our discussion of the 4th Global PM Days on May 29-30, 2021.
The keynote speakers and panelists shared their insights on different techniques of thinking, analyzing, and planning, on how to find or create new resources, as well as make the optimal use of what we have.
Global PM Days November 2020 – Leadership
The event convened leading experts from the project profession to discuss various aspects of the Leadership competence of ICB4.
The areas that were covered are: taking initiative, taking ownership and showing commitment, providing direction, coaching and mentoring, exerting power and influence, making, enforcing and reviewing decisions. In addition to insightful keynotes and a vivid panel discussion, the event offered a possibility of online interaction and networking.
Global PM Days May 2020 – Conflict & Crisis
Aiming at raising awareness of the situation in the world, the umbrella topic of this edition was Conflict & Crisis. The speakers shared their experiences on the below topics:
The participants were able to learn how to manage conflicts and crises, identify and prevent conflicts, take effective action when a crisis or clash of interests occurs, act in such situations and learn from them, learned how sometimes conflicts can be an opportunity to improve as a team.
Teamwork becomes the key competence in the times when people tend to be more focused on digital solutions rather than on relationships and collaboration. That’s why in the 1st edition we went through the Teamwork competence of IPMA ICB4 in all its dimensions to try and tackle a highly demanding issue of our day-to-day life.
We were talking about various aspects of the competence: