2017 H1 Webinar Calendar


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Do you feel like you are neglecting your development because of daily urgencies and fire fighting? No time to grow?

We can all do with some development, and an hour a month is likely a manageble amount of time.




Choose from the CrowRider calendar of FREE webinars!

Which topics would you be interested in (one? two? why not all of them!).


The webinar series:

January – June 2017

Emotional Intelligence for project leaders (1 PDU / Leadership)

Feb. 2nd, 2017 9:00 am EST / 15:00 CET

Leadership skills in complex projects (1 PDU / Leadership)

March 9th (moved to 10th), 2017 9:00 am EST / 15:00 CET

Risk Management, we all get the principles but how to implement them? (1 PDU / Technical)

April 7th, 2017 9:00 am EST / 15:00 CET.

Stakeholder management: key to success. (1 PDU / Technical)

May 12th, 2017 9:00 am EST / 15:00 CET.

Interested? Just hit the button below and choose the topics you wish (why not all?)!

About the speaker: Max Langosco


Max Langosco (MSc, PMP), studied in Rome, Italy, graduating in Economics and Business Administration. He is the founder of CrowRider (project management consulting), partner at Oxford Quantica (leadership training), and also Senior Consultant and Trainer at the International Institute for Learning. For several years he has been lecturing in Project Management at the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences (CUAS) in Austria.

Max has spent well over a decade in International Project Management in North and South America, Europe and in the Middle East, mainly in large telecom deployments.

With over 3 billion USD in cumulated project value, and a wide spectrum of roles and responsibilities covering the whole Project Management arena, Max is comfortable in most complex settings. He has been called "the head of the emergency room" for troubled projects, and comments such as: "through Max's efforts our Project Director was able to regain control of the project, and the customer's trust" are indication of his ability as a consultant to revive challenged situations.