meets Sheilina Somani, The Positively Project Manager


                                                  

In this episode, we have my chat with Sheilina Somani, ChPP, RPP, FAPM, FHEA, The Positively Project Manager.



Sheilina is a pragmatic professional with exceptional interpersonal skills. A capable and respected Project, Programme and Product Manager, coach, enabler with significant global business experience.


One of the first Global Chartered Project Professional's (ChPP), and also hold Registered Project Professional (RPP), Fellow (FAPM) Association for Project Management and past PMP (26yrs), Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).


She provides project, programme and product management consultancy services to a range of public and private organisations. Responsible for embedding project management methodology and practices in a number of organisations. A consummate change agent influencing C-level leadership through to junior staff by training, coaching and mentoring, to facilitate structure, documentation and behavioural change for improved business and personal performance.


With over 30 years of project management expertise, she is passionate about continuing to strengthen this profession through education, coaching, mentoring and support. She has significant theoretical and practical experience of leadership, management, public speaking and mentoring. Having worked globally as a project manager, successfully delivering a range of projects across most of the fortune top 100 companies; this experience is further augmented by having developed and/or delivered training and education in over 700 global cities.


To find out more about Sheilina click on the links below.


Web: www.sheilinasomani.com

Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/sheilina

twitter: twitter.com/SheilinaSomani


I Hope you enjoy the show and until next time remember project management is funny.


Thanks


Nige


     







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