Many of us in the project management field become instructional designers based on the need to develop courses on project management, leadership, and a whole host of other topics. Without any formal teaching, however, developing courses relies on our own experience and our role as subject matter experts in addition to common sense. This webinar is the first in a series of webinars to provide the attendee with a process as well as the tools and techniques of instructional design to actually develop courses.
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Teams can’t produce or perform well when they don’t trust one another. The lack of face-to-face interaction can make building and maintaining good trust relationships in a virtual team challenging. This presentation will discuss the importance of real trust in a virtual environment and explore strategies for building good trust relationships that will thrive within a team of people who never meet in person.
During this webinar, we will continue the review of this quarter's book, Project Management in Practice, 5th edition, to provide advice on how to use the book as a resource to assist with the development of project management curriculum, one of our core development themes.
This book won’t tell you about some secret or magical way of changing yourself. It won’t promise you a pain-free route to your success and all of your dreams. This book is designed to help you “shift”… to break free from the old thinking habits that are no longer supporting you and your success.You will read about practical, actionable steps to create new habits and positive self-talk. This isn’t about fixing you; you aren’t broken. It is about shifting to the thinking and valuing habits that are your strengths which naturally release the intrinsic brilliance you already possess. Here are a few topics:•Identify and Shift to your Best Thinking•Discover What’s WRONG RIGHT with You•Better Way to Set and Accomplish Your Goals•How Neuro-Axiology Accelerates Your Achievement•Take a Free VQ Profile Assessment and Receive Action-Oriented Results
Despite increasingly complex projects, the topic of Stakeholder Management is often neglected until issues arise. This often results in project delays, increased cost, and/or scope changes. Because the PMI believes Stakeholder Management requires a stronger focus, it included a new chapter on this subject in the 5th edition of the PMBOK. This webinar will be led by a member of the team that wrote the new chapter, and will focus on what a project manager needs to do to put theory into practice in their day-to-day projects.
n “Emotional Intelligence: Why You Need it, and Why it’s Imperative to Your Success as a PM,” Kevin investigates the latest research on emotional intelligence and offers methods for incorporating techniques that will allow project managers and leaders at all levels to become more aware of their own emotional patterns, and to create more resourceful and effective responses to the challenges of project management
During this webinar, we will introduce LEAD members to this quarter's book, Project Management in Practice, 5th edition, to provide advice on how to use the book as a resource to assist with the development of project management curriculum, one of our core development themes
Research demonstrates that as many as 60% of IT projects fail in some area. Whilst the causes of project failure are well documented, the impact that these failures can have on a Project Manager, is a topic that is less frequently discussed. Although people might not always feel comfortable talking about how they respond when a project fails, as Project Manager's we are likely to be faced with situations in our careers where things don’t go as expecte
As Virtual Training became a key part of his training offerings, there was the added challenge of different cultures attending the same session - What Slide Set to Use! In this Webinar, Daniel shares his lessons learned, techniques and approach to creating a repeatable training success, no matter the audience. And yes, a Project Management Framework is a key component.
Personal Branding is an important part of differentiating yourself and showcasing the talents, expertise, and unique experiences that identify you as an expert in your field. Companies spend millions of dollars branding themselves because their brand – and people’s perception of that brand – is their livelihood. The perception our colleagues, boss, and customers have of us plays a large role in the opportunities that come our way.