In this presentation, Mark Mullaly explores the leadership challenges associated with the project management role. He identifies the critical leadership capabilities that are most valued by team members and most sought by executives. Most importantly, Mark identifies strategies and approaches to build, develop and continue to enhance our leadership capabilities. Leadership is what defines success. Join us and define your path to becoming a more successful leader.
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The focus of this presentation is on critical aspects of projects that has not attracted the attention it deserves, namely the Project Leadership Team. This is the group of business operations and IT managers, assembled (often in a great hurry) to lead the project, typically with little due consideration to the attributes that will make them successful. This presentation will explore: 1. The five success attributes that a project leadership team must possess; 2. Real life examples to illustrate the relevance of these attributes; and 3. How to ensure that the leadership team acquires these attributes
As a project manager, your challenge is to bring completed projects in on time. In order to consistently achieve this goal you must consider the motivations and needs of the people involved. Both companies and employees suffer when the individual is not taken into consideration. In “The Intangibles of Trust, the Art of Adaption and Soft Skills in Team Leadership”, Ms. Beach explores some of the keys to developing leadership skills and assuring project success through creating an environment in which you and your team can thrive.
As project managers, we often search for templates and processes to improve our results. While these are important, they can be undermined without strong project leadership. In this webinar, author Rick Valerga takes you beyond the tools and templates to examine the five high-integrity behaviors that ensure great project leadership.
There are people who are “born leaders”, others who stumble into leadership but all are leaders because people follow them, share theirs ideas and values and commit to their vision, their projects, and their decisions. The presentation explores the connection between leadership trust and ethics in the project “moments of truth”.
The 12 Pillars of Project Excellence™, has been widely received by business leaders throughout the world as an innovative approach for individuals to metamorphose into true leaders. It has also been accepted by organizations as a scientific formula to achieve breakthrough culture transformations.
Increasingly, organizations are embracing program management as the way to increase benefits to customers and end users by managing interrelated projects and operational activities as a program to realize more benefits than if they were managed separately. Since most programs, large or small, are complex undertakings with numerous changes to embrace and exploit, leading a program is a challenging and rewarding opportunity, but its focus is significantly different from leading projects or functional work. Success is measured in terms of not only deliverable but also by identifying, planning, realizing, transitioning, and sustaining benefits. Join this webinar to learn best practices to follow as a program leader to deliver the identified benefits and some guidelines for success with actual examples to focus on the concepts presented.