Last year, PMI CEO Mark Langley recommended that the PM triangle should be updated with points being Business Acumen, Leadership and Project Management (a small triangle that included scope, budget and schedule). Part 1 of our series explored Business Acumen; here, we look at Leadership.
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When problems are tackled collaboratively, usually the organization wins. Effective collaboration requires more than technology. There’s a subtle, but important, fact that the most powerful solutions are only as good as the people using them.
Whether planning a one-hour presentation, a three-day workshop or a semester-long course, it is important that you match the learning objectives with the most effective approach. Through an understanding of basic instructional models and methods, you can vastly enhance the quality and effectiveness of your training courses, programs and curriculums.
No manager wants to demotivate their team, but sometimes their actions have unintended consequences. How can well-intentioned actions backfire?
How can we motivate team members from passive compliance (or even worse, resistance) to committed dedication or even passionate innovation? Paying a salary does not motivate someone. Enter power skills to the rescue.
Organizational charts can become a tangled mess of lines and overlapping boxes. The project manager must untangle this mess so the project can progress. Sounds like a little R&R is what we all need...
Reskilling and upskilling are large steps toward “future worker” requirements—and continuous learning is the next large step projected for the future of professionals. But many organizations aren't properly prepared to meet the needs of their talent.
Today’s professionals are now seeking work that is meaningful to them—and aren't afraid to pursue better options if your organization isn't prioritizing their development. Are you increasing your operational readiness for the impact of emerging technologies?
The new worker is very attuned to anything that reveals insights (good or bad) about the team and the work culture. Show that you care about their career by applying these success criteria to a “motivational quick start” orientation.
We all want to achieve the most success we can from our efforts in the workplace, but how do you leverage that to enable even greater achievements, regardless of the circumstances?