4 Essential Skills for Team Success

In the end, team success isn’t about the abilities of the individual team members — it’s about how well the team members can work together to leverage each other’s abilities. And, for team members to work together well, they all need to be experts at four sfoukills. There are four skills that every team member needs for the team […]
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The Two Perspectives on Conflict: Myself and Everyone Else

A conflict involves two people: you and somebody else. The key to successfully resolving those conflicts often comes down to recognizing two things — First: Realizing that you have several options available to you, and Second: Ensuring the other person understands you. In Learning Tree’s course on conflict management and resolution, we look at a conflict from three perspectives: […]
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The Stick, the Carrot and the Hug

Dealing with power is part of being a project manager.  Most days, I find myself facing a situation where power is being used or applied to shift, change or influence the outcome and the course of my project.  Sometimes the power is being used on a particular team member from a more senior project stakeholder […]
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Recognizing and Addressing Project Team Conflicts

Working in teams requires you to manage and address conflicts. It is essential that project managers recognize the two basic types of conflict: emotional and cognitive. Emotional conflict stems from personal interactions, while cognitive conflicts are based upon disagreements on matters of substantive value or impact on the project or organization. Resolution of cognitive conflict […]
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