Managing change with limited resources available on a project

Join Annissa Hansen (UQ Business School) and Rhiannan Howell (Department of Seniors, Disability Services and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships) in a discussion about foundational level change management principles, tools and techniques that a project manager should focus on. Annissa and Rhiannan will discuss the challenges of managing change on resource constrained projects and strategies managers can use to overcome resistance to project led change.

Who should attend?

The webinar is designed to assist new to change roles, project leadership or project teams, and anyone involved in projects where behavioural change is a key requirement to a project’s success.

No knowledge of the topics is assumed and participants with prior experience in this area may find the webinar useful to refresh and extend their knowledge.

The QTC Education Program is only available to Queensland Public Sector Employees (this includes employees of the Queensland Government, Queensland government departments, local governments, statutory corporations, and other entities to the extent they have an association or are related to the State of Queensland) and QTC employees. By registering for a workshop or webinar, you acknowledge that you are a Queensland Public Sector Employee. QTC/UQ reserves the right to unenroll any person that is not a Queensland Public Sector Employee or QTC employee from any workshop or webinar in the Education Program. If you are unenrolled from a workshop or webinar you will be entitled to receive a full refund of any workshop fees paid.

Webinar facilitator

Annissa Hansen

UQ Business School

Annissa is an experienced management professional, who specialises in People and Culture. With over 20 years’ experience in management consulting with a global professional services organisation, Annissa has worked with clients in Australia, the Asia Pacific region, the UK and Europe to drive transformational change through people strategies. She has worked across many industries, but dedicates most of her time to the government, education and aged care sectors. Annissa has also held senior leader roles for two of Queensland’s premier organisations, being Uniting Care Queensland where she was the Head of HR Strategic Development and TAFE Queensland where she was the Director, People and Culture.

Annissa recently completed her Masters where she researched the impact of technology on the aged care workplace. She is also a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Queensland.

Annissa is a facilitator for the UQ Business School Executive Education programs, including Project and Change Management, Understanding Financial Statements, Ratio and Comparative Analysis and Financial Management in Practice.

Guest Speaker

Rhiannan Howell

Deputy Director-General, Corporate Services (Department of Seniors, Disability Services and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships)

Rhiannan is an experienced senior executive and facilitator with a diverse background in leadership, human resources, communications, change management, governance and digital. She is the Deputy Director-General, Corporate Services in the Department of Seniors, Disability Services and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships.
Rhiannan has more than 20 years’ experience in a number of diverse Queensland public sector agencies including in economic, social and service delivery agencies. She has a broad background and has a depth of experience in culture, employee-focused, technology and enterprise-wide change leadership, with a particular interest in driving cultural and service delivery improvements and efficiencies.


Location Date Cost Duration Registration
Online 13 October Free 60 minutes 13 October
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