Feedback is a powerful tool to manage project team members and enhance our own careers. In this webinar, you will learn two approaches to feedback to improve your results. First, you will learn how to use feedback - from sponsors, executives, customers and team members - to lead yourself higher. Second, you will learn how to deliver positive and negative feedback to your team members. Feedback is a powerful tool that you can use every week.
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When various companies come together to work on a project, they each bring their own corporate culture to the project organization. Consequently, a great variety of cultural aspects, as well as distinct practices and different values and interests for participation, emerge when stakeholders come together in a project organization. Hence, the project organization is a cultural complex work environment.
In this session we’ll define what it means for a schedule to be “risk-ready” and identify common schedule checks that can be used to improve schedule quality and risk-readiness.
If you are a leader, manager, project manager, or sponsor, this is a must-attend, high-energy webinar that will explore, discuss, and define characteristics and elements of an engaged and high-performing culture.
Effective Innovation can be attained through the creation of an Innovation Ecosystem. This Ecosystem is founded on the Principles of ConcurrencyTM and can be applied by anyone anywhere to fundamentally change how organizations Innovate with remarkable results. In this talk, Peter will explore the Principles and share examples of the results obtained by taking this holistic approach to Innovation.
Clarifying and widening the status quo around value, especially at the enterprise level. This webinar aims to offer an explanation of value management that goes beyond the notion of value engineering and process-based tools, which seem to “force” an outcome, and will introduce a new framework for creating and capturing business value that is integrated and sustainable.
Working on social good projects has always propelled individuals and organizations with the satisfaction of giving back but also created the much necessary positive impact for the society, resulting in community development and growth. The year 2020 has been the darkest in the history, among many adversities that hit mankind, COVID-19 has been the deadliest. The need for creating connections (and retaining the existing ones) has never been that immense before not only to learn how to survive but to transform, to adapt and more importantly keeping a tighter grip on our sanity by helping each other and providing that feeling of togetherness in the wilderness.
This presentation will offer insights in motivation-, leadership- and transition theory, bringing them together in a hands-on approach that taps into the deeper inner values and emotions of all individual team members, rallying them around a common goal or dream. That dream activates hidden resources within the team and guides the change desired; forming of a high performing team in the process.
Virtual teams are governed essentially the by same fundamental principles as traditional teams, yet there are challenges inherent to the virtual team concept. It is difficult to build trust and to manage conflict when team members lack the ability to interact face-to-face. Communication is often more challenging, particularly among global virtual teams with inherent cultural barriers to overcome.
This presentation addresses the effect of change within an organization and offers suggestions about how to plan for change in creative and innovative manner that will encourage buy in among those affected by change and a willingness to collaborate. The session will provide suggestions about how to involve the entire organization, and how to minimize the fear and anxiety generally associated with change.