How to be a Chameleon in Your Project: Changing Your Management Style to Lead a Successful Project

May 29, 2019 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)

Platform: WebEx
Capacity: 1000
Duration: 60 min
Presenter: Emily Luijbregts


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The world is becoming a difficult place to work as a Project Manager. We're working globally, across time zones and cultures, with new technology, and industries and projects are losing money at a staggering rate (Every 20 seconds, nearly $1 million is wasted globally due to poor implementation of strategy - PMI Pulse of the profession 2018). We need to adapt. As Project Managers, we are leading the way and bringing projects to success or failure. What can we do to change the statistics? How can we buck the trend of poor performance and reoccurring issues in projects?

We need to learn how to work in this new environment and how we can excel. This webinar will show you how to do that by providing practical examples for how you can become a chameleon and succeed with complex projects. Gain an understanding of why it is important to have an adaptive management style; obtain some ideas for how you can change your management style towards your team; and define personal changes that you need to make to lead your projects successfully.

This webinar qualifies for the following PDUs:
 
PMP/PgMP
PMI-ACP
PMI-SP
PMI-RMP
PfMP
PMI-PBA
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