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He is recognized lecturer, author, researcher, and instructor. As a lecturer he is considered a leading authority on risk and communications. Keynote address required? Carl’s the guy. Want training with impact? Want training they remember? Live? GoToWebinar? Blended? Recorded? Carl has developed training and taught in virtually every format imaginable. He has also served project management in virtually every way you can! He is the U.S. Correspondent for the U.K. project management journal, Project Manager Today. He coaches individuals. He leads workshops for hundreds of people in a single setting. Who decides what he’s doing on any given day? YOU DO!! Carl will work with you to ensure you get everything you could have hoped for out of the training experience. He’s genuinely one-of-a-kind.
Meet Carl Pritchard
What Can Carl Do For You?
Pritchard Management Associates offers courses in project fundamentals, scheduling, cost management, risk, communications, presentation skills and PMP® Certification Exam preparation. PMA programs are dynamic, entertaining, memorable insights into the core skills of project management and open the door for hands-on learning that sticks.
With topics ranging from “Lessons Learned” to “Team Motivation,” Carl can tailor his presentation to your organization, your goals and your specific needs.
From an hour to a day (or longer), he’ll keep the audience engaged and active…participating and enthused. And he’ll work with you to ensure your message is woven into his unique style.
What People Are Saying
“Presence and obvious expertise coupled with a personality that you cannot help but like.”
“A rare talent.”
“Carl does a great job of explaining project risk and provides a number of tools for students to take back
to their offices to incorporate risk management into their processes.”