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Upcoming Webinars

Invite Engagement: Frame Change as Choice

May 15, 2015 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

Do you like change? Most of us don't - especially when it's forced upon us. However, we all recognize that change is inevitable - especially in project management. Project Managers Olaf Lewitz and Michael Sahota will teach you new ways of how to help your team adjust to change and getting them to work with you rather than against you. When we are inviting, we take a risk. And we take a chance. That is compelling, and creates momentum, drives engagement. We increase capacity available to our endeavour not just within our own context but also within the people who make the choice to join and help us. Attendees will learn about how to invite team members to engage with you rather than directing and ordering and learn practical tips on how to get your team engaged more effectively.

Emotional Intelligence in a Project Environment

Jun 11, 2015 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

Decades of researches show that Emotional Intelligence is key to success. For Project managers, with their success being dependent on other people, the constant development of Emotional Intelligence becomes crucial. This webinar shows simple concepts and actions that every project manager can take to develop and apply Emotional Intelligence in projects and also better understand stakeholders' feelings, emotions and behaviors.

On-demand Webinars

Managing Stakeholders as Clients

PREMIUM on-demand webinar

This webinar is based on the book "Managing Stakeholders as Clients", published by Project Management Institute. The author, Mario Trentim, was the recipient of the PMIEF 2014 Harold Kerzner Award for his contributions to the project management profession. Participants will master tools and techniques to involve and engage project stakeholders in a very practical and dynamic way through plenty of real-world examples and stories.

Communicating to Connect and Influence

PREMIUM on-demand webinar

If you want to succeed as a project leader, you must learn how to connect with people. While it may seem like some people are just born with it, the fact is anyone can learn how to make every communication an opportunity for a powerful connection. Join us and learn how to identify with people and relate to others in a way that increases your influence with them.

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Emotional Intelligence in a Project Environment

Jun 11, 2015 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

Decades of researches show that Emotional Intelligence is key to success. For Project managers, with their success being dependent on other people, the constant development of Emotional Intelligence becomes crucial. This webinar shows simple concepts and actions that every project manager can take to develop and apply Emotional Intelligence in projects and also better understand stakeholders' feelings, emotions and behaviors.

Invite Engagement: Frame Change as Choice

May 15, 2015 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

Do you like change? Most of us don't - especially when it's forced upon us. However, we all recognize that change is inevitable - especially in project management. Project Managers Olaf Lewitz and Michael Sahota will teach you new ways of how to help your team adjust to change and getting them to work with you rather than against you. When we are inviting, we take a risk. And we take a chance. That is compelling, and creates momentum, drives engagement. We increase capacity available to our endeavour not just within our own context but also within the people who make the choice to join and help us. Attendees will learn about how to invite team members to engage with you rather than directing and ordering and learn practical tips on how to get your team engaged more effectively.

Managing Stakeholders as Clients

Apr 22, 2015 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

This webinar is based on the book "Managing Stakeholders as Clients", published by Project Management Institute. The author, Mario Trentim, was the recipient of the PMIEF 2014 Harold Kerzner Award for his contributions to the project management profession. Participants will master tools and techniques to involve and engage project stakeholders in a very practical and dynamic way through plenty of real-world examples and stories.

Project Management Communication War Stories

PREMIUM presentation

We've all been there. In this presentation from the PMI Global Congress 2014 in Phoenix, we give you a refresher on strong forms of communication--and offer four case studies to share valuable lessons learned.

Learn From Others

Communicate, Collaborate and Worry!

by Subhash Nigam

Who said worrying was unhealthy? Project managers must maintain a healthy amount of skepticism going into any project. It prepares us to be better “event planners”--and even better managers who must overcome hurdles to deliver value for the project's stakeholders.

Methods to Stop Meeting Madness (Part 3): Why You Need Process Agendas

by Dan Furlong, PMP, PMI-ACP, MBA, CSM

For any meeting--such as those using method or adaptive agendas that require steps, materials or supplies to be used--a process agenda is critical to your success. The process agenda provides the “how” of a meeting, whereby the meeting agenda itself defines the “what”. Get some help in the concluding installment of our three-part series.

Methods to Stop Meeting Madness (Part 2): What’s Your Agenda?

by Dan Furlong, PMP, PMI-ACP, MBA, CSM

As our series continues to help you alleviate meeting madness, we talk about the various types of meetings we attend and how the agenda format should take the meeting purpose into account--and how nearly all meetings can be grouped into one of four categories.

PMOs: You Must Have Presence!

by Dan Furlong, PMP, PMI-ACP, MBA, CSM

PMOs frequently find themselves in front of an audience--sometimes as a meeting facilitator, sometimes as a presenter and sometimes as a motivational speaker. It is critical that as a PMO you have “presence” if you are to be the most effective leader you can be--and why would you want anything else?

Methods to Stop Meeting Madness?

by Dan Furlong, PMP, PMI-ACP, MBA, CSM

As project managers we are often asked to attend “urgent” meetings on short notice. More times than not, these meetings are poorly run, inadequately attended, stray off topic and include too many topics to manage in the period allotted. Life does not have to be this way.

Knowledge Sharing on Agile Projects: Absent or Abundant?

by Mike Griffiths

Some people see agile projects as knowledge transfer deserts where information is hoarded by key individuals and no useful documentation produced. Others believe agile projects are all about knowledge transfer. So why the disagreement? How can smart, experienced people have such different views about the same topic?

Stakeholder Integration: 3 Critical Factors

by Marcelo A. Briola, MBA, PMP

Stakeholder integration is vital to achieving project goals. In order to achieve successful integration, the project must be based on three critical success variables.

Preparing for the Exam with PMBOK Guide—Fifth Edition (Part 9): Communication Management

by Bruce Garrod

Do you need to study how to communicate in preparation for the PMP exam? Really? With only three PMI processes based around the function that every project manager does every day of their life, it may feel that studying this chapter in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide)—Fifth Edition is a waste of effort. Not so fast...

5 Technology Trends Project Managers Should Know

by Elizabeth Harrin

Technology is revolutionizing how we work--and it’s not just Big Data. Here are the five technology trends that will influence how you manage projects in the years to come.

The Future of Project Management: Globalize, Commoditize, Professionalize

by Rob Saxon

As our profession rapidly expands beyond the borders of the United States and Europe, we will see further advancements and promising developments in the science and art of project management. This writer expects the trends of globalization, commoditization and professionalization to continue. As experienced project managers, we must examine these trends--and seize the opportunities that they present.


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