project risk coach

DO YOU WANT TO BECOME A RISK MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL?

Hi, I'm Harry Hall, PMP, PMI-RMP, and the Project Risk Coach. As a project management trainer, I help project managers to become Risk Management Professionals (PMI-RMP). Do you experience test anxiety when taking exams like the PMI-RMP exam? Are you busy and not sure where to start? Perhaps you simply want to become a better risk manager. Well, I'm here to help you! Join me in the next Project Risk Management Academy so you can deliver projects with fewer problems and greater value.

They Say

Rose Patti

President, Middle Georgia Internal Auditors Chapter

Harry spoke at our recent virtual quarterly meeting of the Institute of Internal Auditors - Middle Georgia Chapter. Although the session was virtual, it was quite interactive, and our chapter members enjoyed the topic and the presentation. We have received very positive feedback from several members on the presentation. We look forward to inviting Harry to speak at another chapter event in the future. 

Kathi Sonait

Past President, PMI Palmetto Chapter

Harry was a speaker at our annual PMI Palmetto Symposium. His speaking style is personable, with relevant stories and actionable take-aways. Harry's topic of risk is well-presented and relevant to both the project manager and most business professionals. 

Gisela Bellina

V.P. of Programs, Chattanooga PMI Chapter

We had Harry present “Overview of Project Risk Management” at our Chattanooga chapter luncheon. He is an excellent speaker and provided a really good overview of project risk management in an hour! All of our chapter members enjoyed the presentation and found the material to be relevant to their roles and very interesting. We hope to have the opportunity to work with him again in the near future. I strongly recommend Harry as a presenter for one of your upcoming meetings as his presentations are full of content and will keep your audience engaged!

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