Efficient advancement of work in a project environment is dependent upon the strength of the team. Building an effective team is always most challenging and even more so is sustaining high performance for continued success.
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Trust is the building block of all relationships. A business leader’s greatest battle today is to win the trust of stakeholders, employees, clients, and business associates. All collaboration is built on trust. Whether making sales, building a team, or managing people, without trust, productivity falls apart.
Regardless of culture, race and gender, the universal need is for everyone to feel respected, heard, recognized and most importantly valued. Fostering an environment where these emotions are embedded into the team development strategy will make team members feel included despite varying cultural backgrounds and personalities.
As professionals, career development is top of mind, Oftentimes, career goals are set at the beginning of each year or during the year. Having professional certifications are sometimes part of our career goals because certifications show credibility and prove our knowledge in the industry. However, with busy schedules and so many things vying for our time, it could be difficult to find time to prepare, study and pass the certification exams. Thus not able to achieve the career goal set. This is a huge challenge especially for Project Professionals.
A culture of high performance is essentially developed with building a team of members who have the right competency connected with the right job. Leaders monitor their team's readiness and the human aspects that inherently leads to a culture of high performance on a job.
PMO implementation is a great challenge. As a matter of fact, most of these implementations fail due to poor definition and, consequently, lack of support. This webinar introduces the Business Model Canvas applied to a PMO implementation with real-world examples. It provides a big picture to choose the best fit among PMO models, define its functions, processes and structure in detail, and lay out the foundations for a successful PMO implementation.
As projects and programs are getting increasingly complex, organizations are continuously grappled the challenges. This webinar would be of interest to project, program and portfolio managers across various domains who are seeking to improve the organizational PM maturity.
Planning is vital to your project execution and success. Projects are often multifunctional, requiring input from various stakeholders. Project planning often tends to be done piecemeal or not at all, often leading to missing and/or incomplete information and correspondingly poor results. Effective planning meetings will help you not only develop key artifacts but also provide continuous team building. This webinar will discuss how to effectively facilitate productive face-to-face kickoff sessions (both in person and virtual) and ongoing planning meetings. You’ll also learn about the impacts of culture (organizational and global) on team dynamics.
This Webinar will explain how to become an Online Project Manager working with innovative and passionate entrepreneurs and small business owners.
The PMI membership comprises students, seniors, aspiring Project Managers looking to explore potential development opportunities, Project Managers and certified Project members. This seminar is aimed at members that want to become Project Managers but do not know how to do it. This webinar will address how to become a Project Manager.