Posts Tagged ‘Project Management’

How to Decide on Your Leadership Style (and Stick to it!)

Leadership Style

A career path is project management will bring many demands and challenges and as a project manager, there is an expectation you will show thoughtful diligent leadership. No matter which industry you are working in, choosing and sticking with a leadership style will be key to success. Just how do you forge your own style…

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Making Quick Fire Decisions On Urgent Projects

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When tasked with making decisions, it’s important to be able to think on your feet, but when the pressure is really on, do you have the skills to make double quick decisions about your projects? It happens, sometimes more often than we like, but there will be times when you need to make a decision…

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4 leadership techniques to try on your next project

Leadership Techniques

Your leadership style isn’t set in stone – you can change it to achieve better results. Why not try one of these four techniques on your next project? It can sometimes be frustrating to manage a project team, after all most office environments aren’t really designed to stimulate creativity and produce flashes of inspiration. So…

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The Ultimate Guide to Managing Stress as a Project Manager

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There are numerous project management qualifications available from an introductory level right up to degree or chartered level. They cover a variety of methodologies in order to help you manage projects more successfully and more consistently. From the APM Project Foundation Qualification to the advanced APM Registered Project Professional (APM RPP) accreditation, all PM courses…

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How To Prepare Your Team For A Project

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Once you have put in the project groundwork, chosen your project team and chosen the most suitable methods and approaches, the next step is to make sure that your team is well-prepared to undertake the project. You need to do this by clarifying the values you want your project team to stand for and the…

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Signs That You Need To Improve Your Leadership Skills

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A good leader is one that leads by example and always seeks to better him or herself. Discover some of the key signs that you need to improve your leadership skills. Many people believe that being a leader is something that comes naturally. While it is the case that some people have more innate leadership…

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Working With A Global Project Team? Top Tips For Success

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Nowadays, more and more businesses are going global and hiring remote workers. As a project manager, it is highly unlikely that your team is always going to be in your office. You may have another department overseas that you need to liaise with. You may also have a number of freelancers that work in different…

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Emotional Intelligence – A Project Manager’s Best Asset?

Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers

Emotional Intelligence can be described as the capability to be aware of your emotions, knowing how to express them and control them effectively. It also involves being able to empathetically and judiciously handle interpersonal relationships. There have been a number of studies that have proven how critical Emotional Intelligence is to professional and personal success.…

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Project Management in 2018 – What Will it Look Like?

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 Take a look at some of the key trends for project management in 2018 that are expected to make a big impact throughout the coming year.   As we enter a new year, we reflect on the year that has passed and look to the year that lies ahead. In every industry, there are new…

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The Science and Art of Managing Project Expectations

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  There are plenty of difficult tasks to be accomplished in the average project but one that perhaps doesn’t get enough attention is managing project expectations. Many a problem on a project could have been avoided if the project manager had better managed the expectations of stakeholders and end users from the outset.   Mistakes…

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