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Advance Your Career Through Better Relationship Habits

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Overview

Project managers know that relationship management is essential to project success. Missing a key  stakeholder can cause stress, turmoil and delays.

What about the relationships that move your career forward? Do you have productive and effective relationships with executives, project managers and team members? Are you putting thought into your relationships or simply hoping for the best? Your ability (or lack thereof) is one of the most important factors that determine whether or not you will advance to the highest paying roles in the profession.

In this webinar, you will learn strategies and techniques to manage three essential types of relationships:

  • Executives and project sponsors: How to turn these powerful individuals into allies
  • Peer Project Managers: how to access knowledge and opportunities from your peers
  • Project Team Members: why and how to build relationships and talent for the long run

All attendees have the option to request a relationship building toolkit at no cost to continue building their skills.

Bruce Harpham runs ProjectManagementHacks.com, a leading publisher of career advancement  resources for project managers. Bruce's professional experience has focused on the financial services industry - a boutique investment firm and one of North America's largest banks, BMO Financial Group.  His projects have increased revenues and reduced costs by working with suppliers and improving processes.

Bruce's writing on project management has appeared in Project Manager Today magazine, ProjectManagement.com, Project Times, CIO.com and, of course, ProjectManagementHacks.com. In 2014, he won several blogging awards from IT World Canada for his writing on technology trends.

He earned his undergraduate degree (History and Political Science) from the University of Toronto. Bruce’s graduate education includes a Master of Arts in History (Western University) and a Master of Information Studies (University of Toronto).

Outside of his professional pursuits, Bruce enjoys world travel, science fiction, history, biography and wine appreciation. Bruce is also an active alumnus volunteer and leader at the University of Toronto. His major personal project in 2015 is to run the Toronto Yonge Street 10k, his first race. Bruce lives in Toronto, Canada.

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