Live webinar program for executives, managers and other leaders: – Learn about the impact of your leadership style. – See how communication preferences affect others. – Why business knowledge and process improvement alone are not enough. – Why the humanity of how you treat others is the root of stellar performance. – How enhancing your leadership behavior will motivate others. – Next steps your organization can take to improve results.
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This learning experience outlines key concepts from Jim Collins’ iconic hit, Good to Great, and how they apply to today's project manager. From finding Level 5 Leadership in PMs to ensuring right team members are "on the bus," attendees walk away with new ideas to help transform their PM initiatives
Learn the building blocks of leadership, and the implications of power and personal traits on project management.
Are you able to consistently deliver, on time and within budget, projects that meet or exceed stakeholders' expectations? Today's organizations expect project managers to have a strong set of soft skills to compliment their use of innovative methodologies and project tools. This webcast will present the top six soft skills leaders need today to manage their projects more effectively, power tips to promote project success and three leadership tips for action. This presentation will offer value to private and public sector project managers, project management office directors, public sector executives and consultants in the public sector. Bring along your questions!
This presentation looks at the bold and inspired leadership of Steve Jobs that created the world’s most valuable company. We will discuss how Steve Job’s vision created a ‘higher purpose’ for Apple which made the employees embrace and execute the vision. The presentation draws on articles from Harvard Business Review, Economist, NYTimes and from Walter Isaacson’s ‘Steve Jobs’
This webinar will explore the critical success factors for successful and sustainable Six Sigma initiatives. In the webinar we will: 1. Explore leadership and its challenges 2. Understand how we lead 3. Explore the Impediments to sustainability 4. Examine how to take the learning one step forward
Progressive leadership is required in today’s business climate, as well as in the future, in order to engage and improve the employee experience, and in the case of the knowledge manager, earn the confidence and trust of the knowledge worker to improve business performance
Growing global endeavors for economic and project implementation requirements, the dependency is increasing on access to the remote & virtual teams in spite of cultural diversity, time zones, language / accent barriers and understanding of IT. New dimension of leadership have emerged to manage virtual & remote teams and capture their valuable input. The challenge is to enhance interest of individual professional to contribute to the desired outcomes.
Join Lt. Col. Stephen Alltop and you'll learn perspective on the role conflict plays in achieving project objectives, The five conflict management strategies and when each should be used and the seven best principles for conflict leadership.
This presentation examines inspiration and examples of inspirations in all facets of our life and how these lessons can be used to improve leadership skills. Drawing from a wide range of personal expertise and continuous learning, Dave will present a grab bag of different ways inspiration can be found in our lives This presentation will be a highly interactive discussion as well as glimpses of a grab bag of inspiration examples. Some part of the grab bag will include things such as a snippet from a television series, to an example of a “well known leader”, to antidotes of everyday life. The attendee will leave with a better realization of how they are inspired and how they can & do inspire others.
Learning Objectives: 1) Managerial skills are NOT enough for success in PM 2) Required Good FIT of Managerial/Leadership Skills 3) Understanding of Human aspects for Advancement in PM