Our next free online session is on Friday 24th January at 12.30pm

We will be covering:

The 5 elements of Extraordinary Project Management

How to develop your own potential and understand more about who you are and how you like to work – so you know what extraordinary looks like for you

The people skills and leadership approach that make an Extraordinary Project Manager

How being an Extraordinary Project Manager will help you get the projects you want

Register to attend and receive the recording here: here.


We’re speaking for the Association for Project Management:

Project leadership: The power of empowerment

5th March 2020 APM South Wales and SW England Branch 18.00 – 20.00

Airbus Defence & Space, Quadrant Campus, Celtic Springs, Coedkernew, Newport, NP10 8FZ

Good leadership is recognised as a critical for successful project delivery. A key part of good Leadership is to empower and inspire people to achieve success. So how do you empower people effectively?

Our speakers, Marion and Sarah will take a fun look at leadership and empowerment through a metaphor of dog walking and audience participation. At the end of the evening you will have some valuable insights into empowerment and some useful guidance to take away.

Tickets are available from the APM here:

APM Programme Management SIG Conference 2020: The Art and Science of Programme Management

Programmes don’t GO wrong, they START wrong – closing talk by Marion Thomas and Sarah Walton

12th March 2020 APM Programme Management Special Interest Group 9.00 – 17.00

Millennium Point Curzon Street Birmingham West Midlands B4 7XG

The Programme Management SIG is pleased to announce their next annual conference on Thursday 12th March 2020. Titled ‘The Art and Science of Programme Management’, it is going to be another world class event, sharing best practice and real life experience, and promoting thought leadership – with takeaways for everyone to use in programme and project delivery.

This conference aims to explore the elements and themes required for the successful delivery of programmes; to illustrate their application within increasingly complex, diverse and challenging arenas for both Programme Management practitioners and non- practitioners alike.

Sessions throughout the day will focus on a wide range of themes such as managing the realisation of benefits, stakeholder engagement and collaborative behaviours.

Marion and Sarah will be closing the conference with “Programmes Don’t Go Wrong, They Start Wrong.”

Tickets are available from the APM here:



Sarah and Marion can often be found speaking at events for the Association for Project Management who run a great programme of speakers all over the country throughout the year.