Manage your positive attitude for project success
Early in my career I had a negative attitude regarding my job and towards the projects I managed. That negative disposition generated more problems than advantages. I created a negative image of myself in front of my colleagues, team members and managers. The result was not good. I transmitted negativism to my managers and team members. The maturing process led me to change my thinking. I needed at attitude check! By changing my attitude, I changed my world. When I joined PMI in 1993 a broad window appeared in my mind. I dealt with Spanish people in order to convince them to create a PMI Chapter. PMI Madrid Chapter did not support my volunteer contribution, so I decided to sponsor and create PMI Madrid Barcelona. This presentation explains my volunteer’s leader experience during my professional career from the attitude point of view. People reactions are different depending on background, culture and environment but positive attitude gives you an added value as a project leader to manage a PMI Component. Don’t forget that your team members see you as their reference.
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