Project Management

Exploring Power Skills in Practice

Featuring PMI Madison/South Central WI Chapter, , and PMI Kenya Chapter

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Pulse of the Profession® 2023: Power Skills, Redefining Project Success report highlights that power skills are increasingly important in the modern workplace. They are at the heart of leading successful teams, engaging stakeholders, and overcoming project challenges.

This webinar aims to provide an understanding of the essential power skills for successful project management. The discussion will be led by industry experts (Steven Czarniak, Program Manager, Boston Scientific Project Management Center of Excellence (PM COE)and Mary Wanja Murekio, Senior Program Manager - Digital IT, Safaricom PLC )who will share their knowledge and experience on developing the four top power skills, including what they look like in action and how they contribute to a successful project; how organizations prioritize power skills, and the opportunities available for learning and development; as well as the process of evaluating power skills of teams and individual team members.

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Acknowledgements: Heather McLarnon

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