Event overview

Environmental professionals are often consultants external to the teams they work with, and their work needs often to be implemented at every level of a company hierarchy, from the C-suite, down to the practitioners. The complexity of a situation in which the environmental professional doesn’t have formal authority within a team, but is called nevertheless to manage large teams and projects in order to implement sustainability strategies, can cause a number of issues, 

One of the key skills to acquire for any environmental professional is the ability to manage projects and people effectively, and to come into an established team with a clear idea of what needs to be done, and with all the tools necessary to implement those ideas efficiently.

In this webinar, you’ll discover the basics of project and people management applied to the environmental sector.

Speaker: Virginia Cinquemani, Director, Green Gorilla Consultants



Virginia is a qualified architect, project manager and
environmental consultant. She is the director and
founder of Green Gorilla Consultants ltd, a training
and coaching company focusing on empowering
sustainability professionals to make their voices
heard and make an impact. Virginia has a deep
passion for sustainability and she is an advocate
of bridging the soft skill gap in technical fields for
maximum impact and lasting change. In her spare
time, Virginia loves creating, in particular through
illustration and photography.

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