Eleven Project Leadership Principles Worth Doing

Project managers, did you know there is a 1983 Army Leadership Guide that contains eleven principles of leadership well worth adding to your project leadership skill set? Funny how sometimes things survive the “test of time”, isn’t it? On this first day of June, here are some traits to consider the next time you are […]
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Seven Skills for High-Performing Project Teams

Successful project managers know that effective teams get the work done and then some.  The trick is to build and maintain an effective project team within your organization.  The Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines a team as “a number of persons associated together in work or activity.”  Sounds good to me. When I looked up this […]
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Project Leaders: Learn to Listen . . . 14 Keys to Effective Listening

A recent Internet survey by Coaching and Mentoring Associates, found the Number 1 interpersonal skill for successful project leaders to be:  Listens to others. Below are 14 keys to effective listening that I have gathered over the years to help me be an even more powerful project leader. Limit Your Own Talking.  You can’t talk […]
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Project Leadership Success: Responsibilities, Competencies and Behaviors That Produce Positive Results – Part 2 of 10

Responsibilities: Providing Coaching Coaching represents a critical attribute of project leadership. A project leader who coaches: helps team members advance their skills, builds a stronger project team and provides career guidance. According to Emotional Intelligence (EI) guru Daniel Goleman, coaching in leadership is best summed up by the phrase “try this.” (from Goleman, Daniel, Boyatis, […]
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