This blog is for project coordinators, project and program managers who are interested in hearing different experiences and views on how to deliver successfully. But also… for leaders who are just starting their leadership journey and would want to make their way as smooth as possible.
In this blog you will find:
- straight, strong and to the point opinions about how things work and people operate
- unconventional ways to aproaching things
- all this supported with 10 years of corporate and non-corporate experience
I am a doctor of sociology, former radio reporter, a quite decent (so I am told) infrastructure Program Manager with 7 years of experience but without IT background (how did that happen???), a Leader, a wife and a mum…. oh and french bulldog lover.
I am direct, for what I am both loved and hated….
I am demanding of myself and others…..
I hate bullshit and don’t accept impossible as an answer…..
Ambitious, stubborn and challenge driven…..
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