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Panel Of Experts
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Panel Of Experts

What emergent trend do you think has had the largest impact on the project management space in the last year?…

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The Recovery: it’s all about the journeys
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The Recovery: it’s all about the journeys

Having spent the past five years in a recession shaped tunnel – complete with double dip roller coaster – we are now starting to see cracks of light coming through, says Construction Coach Maria Willis…

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Mentoring – Time to get your pom poms out!
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Mentoring – Time to get your pom poms out!

Maria Willis is a Chartered Surveyor, Project and Risk Manager and qualified Coach. As well as coaching and mentoring within the industry, she is author of the ‘Construction Coach’ blog which is focused on sharing experiences, learning and application of coaching and leadership related topics.

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APC – Avoiding The Stress Factor
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APC – Avoiding The Stress Factor

Maria Willis, a Chartered Quantity Surveyor through qualification, works for Gleeds in Nottingham. She has extended her specialism beyond her current role as a Project & Risk Manager by pursuing her interest in the field of personal development.

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Construction Coach: Building A Future In Surveying
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Construction Coach: Building A Future In Surveying

Social savvy Maria Willis has built a career around her passion for personal development. Now a professional business coach, risk manager and project manager, we spoke to Maria about her path through the construction industry

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How Time Flies When You’re Procrastinating
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How Time Flies When You’re Procrastinating

First of all it has taken me ages to write this piece, writes Maria Willis, and before you all fall off your chairs in mock amusement, it is unfortunately true! Why? Because I was merrily rejecting my own medicine and procrastinating away. It’s not that I didn’t want to write this or that it isn’t important, it’s just a prime example of finding other things to do further down the pecking order that take less thought and brain power. Sound familiar?

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