With the amount of information available today, it's inexcusable for anyone considering a company or department move to not have a solid understanding of their potential new home. Yet many candidates just don’t see the need.
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Empathy can help teams work better, and there's a hack for understanding what it’s like to be in the other person’s boots—and that is to try them on! Try this practical way to supercharge empathy and all the good that can come from it.
Many project practitioners are "waiting for Superman" to revive their careers. But as future change agents, building back better should start with the individual. The call of action is to win—and win big—by first making yourself the prize.
When a mentee demonstrates commitment to the relationship with a mentor, the potential for growth goes up exponentially. When the mentee treats the relationship as disposable, it’s a huge waste of time. Are you mentorable?
Project managers today recognize the importance of the business context to their projects, but what does that mean in practical terms? How deep should your business acumen actually be?
The need to refresh business acumen is growing because of the increasing pace of change. No matter the stage of your career, you need to make it a priority. Where do you stand, and what can you do? These tips can help.
If you leave an organization to take on a role that is considered to be “better,” then return to the original organization and position, there is sometimes fear you might be seen as unsuccessful. But that perception shouldn’t deter you.
Have you ever been told you need to “be more strategic”? As if in the hierarchy of skills, being strategic was more important than being tactical? Maybe being "stractical" is the answer.
Question: I was just offered a promotion to Compliance Officer and it comes with a substantial pay raise. The only problem? I don’t really know what that is or what I would be asked to do—we’ve never had this position before. Is it possible to take the job and figure it out along the way?
If you’re currently working in a corporate environment, chances are you’ve found yourself managing a project even if it wasn’t part of your job description. Maybe it's time to consider becoming an “official” project manager—and these steps can help with the transition.