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An avalanche of emails. Too many meetings. Competing deadlines. Conflicting personalities. Managing projects in an increasingly complicated and ambiguous world is highly complex and extremely stressful. This session will help you work smarter, be more focused and productive, stay cool under pressure and perhaps help you live longer.
Many organizations struggle to move women and minorities into top-level positions. One of the keys is to embed diversity into a holistic talent management strategy, including recruitment, development, and retention. This webinar will give you practical implementation strategies to help you leverage talent management to drive diversity.
Do you have productive and effective relationships with executives, project managers and team members? Are you putting thought into your relationships or simply hoping for the best? Your ability (or lack thereof) is one of the most important factors that determine whether or not you will advance to the highest paying roles in the profession.
Return on investment (ROI) is not an accounting theory – it is a necessary financial responsibility. This webinar guides practitioners and program administrators through the steps which operationalize project risk management tools when evaluating professional mentoring programs. This moves past understanding PIQ2M as process, to skillfully using the tools to evaluate a variety of HR programs.
One of the primary talents international leaders need today, is the ability to manage and leverage cultural differences. Today’s manager has to work in both international and cross-cultural environments. Consequently, managers are now required to deal with challenges stemming from inter-cultural communication differences. Therefore, successful management demands cross-cultural competency.
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”.
This engaging and interactive webinar will inspire project managers to understand the most important components of communication that will allow them to be most effective and successful. This webinar discusses the three most important contexts in which a project manager will find 90-95% of their communication needs, identify specific components within each context that cause the biggest problems and offer insights with strategies to overcome these communication challenges that are practical and immediately applicable.
This lecture outlines the pitfalls and the promises and power of self-organizing teams. It explains what distinguishes them from manager-led and self-governing teams. It outlines ingredients for self-organizing teams to develop and prosper and what difficulties they may encounter and how to overcome them.