Great Project Leadership,Five Essentials
The journey to project management excellence continues beyond earning a PMP to include practicing project leadership. However, even highly skilled project managers find success limited until they can sift through the bewildering amount of leadership information and identify actions essential for them. This is a how-to presentation. It describes how project managers can take specific leadership actions that will contribute to project success. This presentation defines project leadership, draws from the large body of PMI-sponsored and related project leadership research, draws from the fields of ethics, trust and professional conduct, and gives emphasis to high performance teams. Compelling lessons in project leadership from the Titanic are used to illustrate key points. A list of five essential project leader actions is included. A central theme is that project managers can reduce project risk and become successful project leaders by taking the actions identified. The presenter is a member of the PMI Ethics Member Advisory Group; they are a global team of experienced volunteers committed to facilitate learning and discussion about ethics and professional conduct in project management.
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