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#ThePMTribe: A Community with a Difference

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Hello, I’m Elizabeth Harrin. Welcome!

I’m an author and mentor and I do the job of project managing as well. I support project managers individually through 1:1 mentoring, and also through my small group membership scheme, Project Management Rebels.

PM Rebels is a fantastic, supportive community that exists to serve the members and share knowledge. I’m constantly trying my best to bring great experts into the group and provide members with personalised responses to their questions. They know I’m in their corner.

Project Management Rebels is our community for learning and support as project managers. I love this model where I can work with a small group and help you develop skills and confidence.

But PM Rebels isn’t for everyone. I’ve been working with some colleagues to put together a larger community that meets a different need.

#THEPMTRIBE

Announcing #ThePMTribe!

Six subject matter experts and thought leaders (bleurgh, I hate that term) have come together as the Faculty of #ThePMTribe.

So what is #ThePMTribe?

It is a collaborative community that will have 6 of the brightest minds (listen to us blowing our own trumpets!!) in project management leading discussions and creation of new ideas to grow the influence of individual practitioners!

Get Project Confident

My focus in the Tribe is to help you be repeatably good and confident with it. My group is called Getting Work Done with More Confidence so in my sessions we’ll be covering core skills and looking at real life situations for the messy bits of day to day project management.

I’ve spent most of my career in IT and business change, across financial services and healthcare, here in the UK and I spent some time working in France too.

I’m a Fellow of the Association for Project Management and I have a number of other degrees and certifications but what’s most relevant to you is that I work with and hear from project managers every day who have similar struggles.

Whatever your professional challenges or goals, trust me, someone else has been there and you are not alone. Looking forward to chatting to you in my sessions!

Who are the Faculty?

Colin D Ellis

Colin Ellis
Colin Ellis

Colin joined us on one of the Rebel’s calls last year. He started his career as a project manager in 1997 and worked his way up through program manager and PMO manager to eventually head up large project departments in the private sector and government in the UK, New Zealand and Australia.

Colin now works with individuals and organisations around the world to help them transform the way they deliver and he does that through writing books (The Project Book being his latest release), keynote speaking and facilitating programs.

#thePMtribe faculty portraits

Rick A. Morris, PMP

Rick has written 4 best selling books (Project Management That Works!, Stop Playing Games!, The Everything Project Management Book, and No Day But Today).

Rick Morris

Rick has been an internationally known speaker known as the Evangelist for Project Management. He currently consults with Fortune 100 companies and is an Executive Director and part of the President’s Advisory Committee of The John Maxwell Team.

Peter Taylor

You might know him from The Lazy Project Manager books, or from his many presentations around the world.

Peter Taylor
Peter Taylor

He is an experienced Change and Transformation Specialist who has operated at a global scale within many industries, for organisations ranging from small to enterprise.

He has delivered over 350 lectures around the world in over 25 countries, and works today helping organisations become ‘business agile’ through speaking, training, coaching and consultancy.

Watch me chatting to Peter about the Tribe in this video – and watch the outtake at the end!

Alana M. Hill, PMP

Alana has had a colorful career in project and program management spanning more than two decades, several functions and multiple continents.

Alana Hill

Alana is an energy industry veteran with an engineering and IT background, which she has leveraged to help develop talent in organizations worldwide. She is a passionate keynote speaker, author, and consultant known for her dynamic and engaging presence.

Her latest book What’s Your Catalyst? The Power of Managed Change guides professionals in their personal and career growth while encouraging contributions in their organizations and the world at large.

Watch me chatting to Alana about the Tribe in this video.

John G. Stenbeck, PMP

John is the Agile guru on the faculty. He’s an author and has a background in engineering and technology, as well as government contracting. His books include the Agile Almanac trilogy and, most recently, Enterprise Agility in Healthcare.

John is a Certified Disciplined Agile Instructor (CDAI), PMI-ACP, Certified Scrum Professional and Certified Scrum Master. His goal is to achieve maximum knowledge transfer by giving you useful, powerful information in an easily accessible format so you can deliver useful solutions.

John Stenbeck

Elizabeth Harrin, FAPM

And me. I started managing projects in 2000 and have worked in financial services and healthcare, in the UK and France. I am a Fellow of the APM in the UK.

I’m the author of the PMI bestselling book, Collaboration Tools for Project Managers (and a bunch of other books).

I now work with individuals as a mentor and trainer to help them turn what they learned to pass their PM certifications into workable strategies for real world, busy teams.

Elizabeth Harrin

What’s in it for me?

#ThePMTribe is a collaborative community focused on helping you increase your influence by giving you access to amazing coaching and mentoring!

The 6 faculty will freely share their expertise and experience in defined specialties (i.e. lanes) during facilitated conference call discussions.

Each faculty member will host a weekly call — so you will have access to 6 calls per week — where the faculty member will offer a short “teaching” on the topic and then get directly to answering your questions and coaching you with ideas to handle your challenges.

They will be your “thinking partners.”

Listen live or to the recordings

The calls will be recorded and archived on our Members Only website in case you miss them. The archive will be your “library of exclusive content” from our faculty-experts that you can search and use to help with any problem… any time!

We want to handle the hardest issues and thorniest problems as your trusted advisors. Not fluffy dialogue or high level concepts.

We want you to be able to get solid answers to real issues occurring in your workplace and then deliver powerful solutions that increase your influence! We want to see you get promoted!!

Can I earn PDUs through #ThePMTribe?

Yes. While we are not creating PDU opportunities just to obtain PDUs, there will be PDUs offered (of course).

Join now

Want to take #ThePMTribe for a test drive to see how it could help support your career goals?

Click below to learn more about the community, or drop me an email and I’ll help you decide if it’s a good fit for you. I look forward to chatting to you in the group!

About Elizabeth Harrin

Elizabeth HarrinElizabeth Harrin is a Fellow of the Association for Project Management in the UK and the award-winning blogger behind A Girl's Guide To Project Management. She's passionate about demystifying project management and making tools and techniques work in the real world. She's also the author of several books including the PMI bestseller, Collaboration Tools for Project Managers.

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