Building Resilient Project Teams to Manage Disruption

PM Essentials | High performing teams


How can we build the resilience of project teams that are working remotely?

As today’s work environment becomes more complex, uncertain and disruptive, it is critical that project teams are resilient and able to bounce back from unexpected adversity to deliver sustained project performance. What is the project manager’s role in developing resilient teams? Associate Professor Christina Scott-Young presents the latest evidence on building project team resilience to adapt to today’s project challenges.

Event Takeways: 

  • The importance of project team resilience in today’s volatile environment.
  • The essential elements that constitute project team resilience.
  • The evidence-based actions that develop and sustain project team resilience.

Who is this event for?
  • Project Leaders 
  • PMO staff

Members $30 | Non Members $60
CPD Points: 3

This event is proudly sponsored by: 



Christina Scott-Young Associate Professor Christina Scott-Young is a psychologist who has a PhD in management. She has been researching project leadership, team management, and personal resilience both in Australia and overseas for over 20 years. Christina teaches in the Master of Project Management program at RMIT University.

Christina Scott-Young