As Project Managers we're constantly leading meetings intended to guide a team towards a common goal. But what do you do when you've got a group of difficult personalities to contend with in your session? This can be a particular challenge for project managers who constantly balance the need to focus on task and relationship. If you're frequently flustered with difficult personalities in your meetings and not quite sure how to manage them effectively, this presentation is for YOU!
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As Project Managers we're constantly leading meetings intended to guide a team towards a common goal. But what do you do when you've got a group of difficult personalities to contend with in your session?
Join us for an interactive, fun, and informative webinar in which you will learn and practice PMI's Ethics Toolkit for Project Management practitioners' Case studies (ethical dilemmas) derived from our project managers’ life will be presented, and the discussed, available tools will be proposed and applied. This is the second webinar of the series "Ethics in project management: a Masterclass". Find the previous one here: https://www.projectmanagement.com/videos/615167/The-Secret-Sauce-of-Successful-Change-Management
February 2018 Book Club Q and A Closing Webinar - Implementing Positive Organizational Change - A Strategic Project Management Approach
Closing Q and A webinar for February 2018 Book Club on Implementing Positive Organizational Change – A Strategic Project Management Approach by Gina Abudi.
Closing Q&A webinar for February Book Club on Project and Program Turnaround by Thomas Pavelko
When you begin a new role or a new job, you feel sometimes misplaced, and you don’t belong. You’re not alone: many of us have gone through impostor syndrome without naming it. What is impostor syndrome? When does it happen? Why? How to overcome it? We propose to explore these insightful questions sharing our experiences as a project manager.
Managing conflict is a critical competency for every leader and employee. Unfortunately, many people choose simply to ignore conflict and hope it goes away by itself, thinking that it’s not my call to resolve it. However, conflict is an essential part of growth, especially when there is a need to be innovative and creative, when deadlines are tight, and when the directions are unclear.