Foundations of Project Leadership - Virtual Workshop

Innovate, drive change and motivate your project team to succeed


As a project leader you support the goals of your organisation. You engage, motivate and build high performance and productivity in individuals and teams. With only 25% of organisations reporting successful project delivery, it is essential that you have the skillset to lead and drive a project (2020 Project Delivery Performance in Australia report). This workshop will equip you with the skills needed for success in the age of project leadership.

Over the 2 days (21 May and 28 May), attendees will explore the foundation principles, theories and behaviours of leadership within a Project Management setting. You will also learn about how Emotional Intelligence (EQ) behaviours can build trust and create cohesive relationships for effective workplace performance and have the opportunity to make new connections with like-minded project professionals. 


  • Developing and applying a leadership mindset

  • Demonstrating effective communication skills

  • Applying Emotional Intelligence in day-to-day life

  • Building stakeholder relationships that work

  • Creating positive engagement

  • Identifying unconscious biases   


Mode: Virtual workshop via Zoom  
Style: Personalised learning for attendees  



  • Comprehensive course workbook including tools and templates

  • DISC personality profile assessment and personalised analysis of results 

  • Networking opportunities  


Dates: Friday 21 May and Friday 28 May, 2021 
Time: 9.00am-5.00pm both days
Delivery: Virtual via Zoom 
Cost: Members $1215 | Non Members $1420
CPD: 20 points 

Please note that this event is scheduled in AEST.



Lisa Harrison Lisa is a talented and highly experienced Capability Consultant working with organisations to develop people-skills and create sustainable behaviour change. She specialises in building emotional intelligence in leaders – whether leading others, leading a class or leading themselves. Her passion for building people-skills capability has enabled her to work with a wide variety of organisations, including schools and universities, government, corporate and not for profit organisations. Lisa’s experience in Adult Learning spans 23 years, including as a Lecturer in Education at UTS Sydney, and several qualifications in leadership and learning.

Lisa Harrison