Instead of exploiting talent and ignoring employee voices, companies that value feedback are investing in talent and benefiting in more ways than one from having the right employees on their roster. Having a strong culture that promotes feedback can help foster the growth and success of both individuals and the organization itself.
Do you run too many projects, fail to manage scope and leave risk management to chance?
If so, then you are setting your project up for failure. And project manager, it s YOUR job to ensure project success.
Three things your resume needs a professional look and feel, inclusion of your certifications and emphasis on your hard and soft skills.
Margaret Meloni shares her path to project manager and how others can create their own path and stay on top of their priorities.
Your holiday experience can be really upsetting, tiring and stressful OR your holiday season can truly be one of peace and joy. The choice is up to YOU.
Your thoughts and actions during this time will define your holiday experience. You cannot control the thoughts and actions of others, but you can take control of your own thoughts and actions. Think of this time of year as an opportunity, an opportunity to continue to grow and strengthen your ability to treat yourself and others with compassion and respect. Here are five tips to get you through this season in peace and not in pieces.
Now is the perfect time to capture lessons learned. Take the important lessons with you as you move forward and let go of the lessons that do not really serve you.
Your team members do not need luck, they need help. Project manager, it is your job to help remove the obstacles.
When a team member needs to rant, give him or her a safe space. With a few ‘ranting’ ground rules you can help them release some negativity. In fact you can turn a negative rant into a positive plan for action.
“It’s not the winning that teaches you how to be resilient. It’s the setback. It’s the loss.” Beth Brook Project managers, you do not just lead your teams through the successes. You lead them through the setback and disappointments and out and out losses. This is what makes you a stronger leader and it is what makes your team a stronger team. Treat each disappointment as an opportunity to build your collective strength and to become more resilient.
Right now the truth is the team is behind schedule. They will work this weekend to catch up.
But you are being asked for status NOW. What do you say?