Preparing teams to win - *hint, it's more than public speaking skills

July 14, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Virtual Meeting

With a win rate well over 85% across interviews for designers, contractors, engineers, and program managers, Meg Winch will share the changes she’s seeing in interviews and how as marketing professionals we need to prepare teams differently.

From interactive exercises to scenario-based interviews, speakers need to focus less on traditional public speaking skills and more on being nimble, organized, and strategic. Teams need to work together to respond to non-traditional formats and changing criteria. Visuals need to support rapid change in timing, format, and requirements. Critical thinking, teamwork, and creativity have never been more important. We’ll cover what winning teams are doing, highlighting lessons learned from some of most significant wins in the country. Participants will come away with tools they can apply and ideas they can implement as they reenergize their approach to preparing teams to win new work.

 

Meg Winch

Meg Winch, Communication Resources Northwest, LLC

Meg Winch specializes in the facilitation and training of communication and organizational skills, working with project teams to enhance the communication behaviors critical to their jobs.

As a winning pursuit coach for the past 30+ years, she helps firms strategically differentiate themselves in the proposal and interview. She specializes in complex team presentations involving challenging logistics that require high levels of creativity. In 2019, she helped teams win more than $3 billion in new work, including some of the most significant infrastructure, corporate, and healthcare projects in North America

Meg also works as a core team member delivering, quantitative and qualitative research, public engagement, project management, and partnering services on project teams around the Pacific Northwest and nationally. She is a Lean certified “Black Belt” facilitator who works with teams and organizations to improve process and performance.

Meg holds a BA in Communication from the University of Washington and an MS in Organizational Behavior from Purdue University. She has practiced in the AEC industry for more than 30 years.

 

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