Category Archives: Leadership

Project Management Leadership

Want to Be a Strong Leader? Then C-H-A-N-G-E.

leading teams through change

Being a project manager is about leading teams through change. Today, the change is wrapped in a crisis. The pandemic has compelled project teams to embrace digital transformation. More than anything, your organization needs adept and effective leadership. Leaders need to guide teams masterfully and reach goals successfully, even as uncertainty looms.
In this endeavor, keep in mind C-H-A-N-G-E. Be an expert in adapting to and thriving in change by embracing some specific characteristics.

Water Under the Bridge: How to Get Over Toxic Relations at Work

One of the most efficient ways to fix any problem you have with your colleagues is doing it head-on. If you have an issue – talk it out.

Best case scenario – you are going to come to an understanding, and things will improve. Worst case – you move to other options now knowing that the person can’t be reasoned with.

Yet, before going off yelling at someone, make sure you follow some basic rules.

Does Employee Monitoring Affect Your Leadership?

Filed under Leadership | Posted by PMStudent

Employee monitoring software, especially the ones with time tracking functionalities, gives you plenty of data and insights into who does what, how long each project takes to be completed, which tools are used, and much more. This will make it easier to assign tasks, organize projects, set realistic deadlines, etc. But you must proceed with caution, you do not want to antagonize your team members.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Working Remotely

Welcome to the remote workforce. This is truly the new way to work with over 50% of the workforce expected to work remotely in the near future. Whether you’re a solo freelancer, a member of a corporate remote team, or a manager who wants their telecommuting employees to achieve their full potential, here are the crucial do’s and don’ts of the modern remote work or telecommuting landscape.