Tag Archives: leadership

Always stay true

There are times as a Project Manager that you have to rise above the drama that unfolds not just on your project but in the work environment around you. That is part of day to day work life but the … Continue reading

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Project Terrorist

Have you ever come across that person on a project who seems to have the sole aim to ‘bad mouth’ and poison the projects progress and aims all while trying to be stealth about it and never being quite out … Continue reading

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Reduce the noise

I was reminded again this week of a couple of things when it comes to focusing on the ultimate goal of your project. 1) Never let the noise around a project distract you from what is the objective of the … Continue reading

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Don’t stifle the team when you need them most…

I have always been a great believer that Project Management is about the ability to lead a team of people to achieve a stated goal. The leadership aspect is the most important in being that Project Manager and a key … Continue reading

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Leadership means support

Managing projects and being a member of a team that is charged with bringing change to an organization can be daunting. Our inbuilt human nature can sometimes resist change and feel comfortable with the ‘status quo’. So leading the change … Continue reading

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Lead by fear…

Have you ever had to work on a project where the Project Manager was the kind that decided the only way they could get stuff done was to raise their voice and have people scurry away to try and meet … Continue reading

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