Leading Remote Project Teams in the Digital Age

Apr 22
Does your project team have what they need?


Flexible working, remote teams, and multi-location projects are nothing new. However, the rapidly increasing demand for supporting projects across multiple offices, homes, cities, and even countries, is. With artificial intelligence and automation transforming required skillsets, your specialists may not be where your organisation is physically based. Flexible working is now a need, not a nice-to-have. And external impacts such as fires, floods and viruses are putting your projects at risk if your team can’t deliver from wherever they happen to be. Unpack the challenges of leading teams across multiple locations, discover a variety of solutions to manage work and tasks, and uncover the power of effective digital communications no matter where your team is.


Project leaders will receive practical tips and ideas, along with a guiding worksheet, to manage remote project teams, including:
  • Understanding the tyranny of distance when managing projects
  • Using cloud-based technology for work/task management
  • Exploring interactive experiences with your communication

​Members: $40 | Non Members: $80
CPD: 3 Points


Lata Hamilton Lata Hamilton is a pocket rocket, a bubbling burst of energy encapsulated in a little body with a big heart… and big hair! Working as a Change Management Consultant on major business projects, she is also an accredited Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner and Coach. Having worked in Advertising, Consumer Goods, Financial Services, and now in Local Government, she helps people gain clarity and confidence through business strategy and change with unique and innovative approaches. Through her own consultancy, she also provides an inspirational Employee Coaching Program for teams going through restructures, redesigns and operating model changes. The program empowers staff through the stress and anxiety of the restructure to find their passion, place and purpose in their new role or external opportunities, thereby maintaining performance, wellbeing and morale through the process.

Lata Hamilton