Closing Q&A webinar for April 2017 Book Club on Managing and Leading People through Change by Julie Hodges
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In this presentation, Mark Mullaly debunks the myths of what it means to be a consultant, and makes that case that all of us play a consulting role. He explores the challenges of consulting effectively. Most importantly, he identifies strategies to become a better consultant, and provides techniques and insights to help become a better consultant to your clients, whoever they may be. We are all consultants, and consulting is everyone’s job. Join us, and learn how to be awesome at it.
Introduction webinar for November Book Club: Project Management Simplified: A Step-by-Step Process by Barbara Karten
Join us as Peter Block wraps up a book club discussion of his book Flawless Consulting
Modern leaders and managers increasingly recognize the importance of being able to influence people over whom they don’t have formal authority. Because authority is becoming an ambiguous concept, contemporary leaders can no longer simply tell others what to do.
Join us as Peter Block gives a high level overview of his book Flawless Consulting. In this webinar, Peter Block will describe the skills needed to affect positive business outcomes and create business partnerships that really work, whatever your role. Using his Flawless Consulting model, you will learn a methodology that will help create the confidence to set expectations and develop a systematic approach to the project management life cycle.
There are only four possible conversations that a project manager can engage in during the course of their workday, and unfortunately, 75% of those conversations are unproductive and detrimental to project progress.
In this session, you’ll learn how FabCo-US how analyzed the situation, then adapted project management “best practices” to make them appropriate for an organization with low project management maturity and a non-project culture. You will learn how FabCo-US designed its project management system, what they learned from the implementation process, and current results on how much project success has improved.