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If you’re responsible for other EIA staff or part of a large Project leadership team, then this Leading Green EIA leadership course will help you in how to gain influence, ensure EIA outcomes, that project governance and accountability rules are followed, help in managing cross-disciplinary colleagues and their separate agendas and ensure that stakeholder’ views are addressed. Designed for new or experienced EIA practitioners looking to improve their understanding of their role in project meetings and how to improve their performance in meetings. All those attending project meetings needing to understand the ways meetings operate, the influence individual participants can bring to the meeting, the importance of an outcome focussed debate and clear collective decision-making, as well as the necessary personal interaction skills with other disciplinary project leads.
Starting with planning and preparing for a meeting, the course examines the importance of facts and data in project meetings, the need sometimes to multiply environmental and social mitigation options for debate, and by asking questions that bring people together to support the EIA, and in the use of tactics involves creating common sustainability goals. The day also provides coaches in ensuring your agenda items are tabled, responding to difficult questions or controversial statements, and when to offer your support, before examining the importance of quality minute taking. The course will help you develop a suite of leadership skills for handling the constructive tension that underlies any EIA-infrastructure project meetings.
This course works well as either a stand-alone training course for individuals or Infrastructure Project teams at the start of their working relationship may benefit from the Leading Green’s group training course ‘Good Project Teams need Creative Tension’.