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.
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Introduction webinar for May Book Club: Driven by Difference; How Great Companies Fuel Innovation Through Diversity by David Livermore
April Book Club Intro - What to Do When You're New; How to Be Comfortable, Confident, and Successful in New Situations
Introduction webinar for Book Club: What to Do When You're New; How to Be Comfortable, Confident, and Successful in New Situations
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.
North America Congress Highlights – Key Take-Aways and Lessons Learned in Improving Talent Management in Project, Program and Portfolio Management
Please join us and continue the conversation with presenters from PMI Global Congress 2015 –North America. During this webinar we’ll explore best practices, key takeaways and lessons learned from Improving Talent Management in Project, Program and Portfolio Management sessions. Don’t miss this opportunity to virtually meet the presenters and get a glimpse into their post-conference highlights and teachable moments from PMI Global Congress 2015 –North America.
This webinar will discuss: • Developing competencies around project and service management. • Formulating a personal or organizational-wide project management career development program. • Behaviors and actions that a project manager and other project leaders can take to promote effective team development.
This webinar introduces the issue of workplace bullying and its impact on projects and project managers. Bullying can be as harmful in the workplace and on projects as it is in schools and other areas of society. Projects are subsets of workplaces and since project management is, for the most part, an activity that involves working very closely with others, the impact of a bully in a project is potentially lethal to project success.