Project Managers often have little or no formal authority over our team members. So you have to get things done by persuasion and influence.

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Spoken communication is important; the ability to speak clearly, so people pay attention and understand. Let’s focus on the skill of effective speaking.

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Project Managers must influence and persuade without authority. What does that leave? Personal presence and words. Here are 10 Power Words.

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There are many articles promising to make you a better Project Manager. You can almost predict what they will say. This one is different.

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Project Managers have to make presentations. To do it well, you must establish a ‘presence’. Here’s how to command your audience’s attention.

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These days you may be hearing a lot about neuroscience in business, leadership, and Project Management. But what is neuroscience?

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Let me tell you about one of the most valuable lessons I learned. It relates to a challenge many Project Managers face… Delegation

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Truth is not a constant. Knowledge changes and you must change to stay in control of Truth Decay. Your best friends are skepticism and doubt.

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How can you maintain the rigor, transparency, and reliability of your project decisions, while turning up the speed fof decision-making?

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Projects are stressful. So, you need to build up your resilience. If you don’t, one day the stress will get you… and your project may fail.

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