Here are a couple of things you might have missed out on:
- Teach Your Team to Expect Success
- Contingency Usage Is a Leading Indicator of Project Trouble
- What Is Personal Growth and Why You Need It
- How Project Managers Can Engage Business Analysts Effectively
Check out this video:
Want to make sure your team knows their roles and responsibilities? Grab our templates and tips here:
You can also download yourself the 27 Point Set-Up for Success Project Checklist.
This is not your standard tick in the box theory checklist. It is designed to get you thinking about all the things you should be considering to make your project successful on top of the fundamentals they teach you in text books.
Our Influencing Action Toolkits provide you with a step by step guide and all the tools you need to set your project up in a way that will enable you to influence action in your team and stakeholders.
No more battling with people on your project who won’t take responsibility. It’s all about getting things done!
If you would like to know more about our Influencing Action toolkits you can find out all about them here.
Events and Training
This Project Community has a number of webinars running at the end of July.
Simply select the webinar topic and then select the time that works for you!
Webinar Topics (click to find out more)
5 Practices That Create A Culture Of ‘Action Taking’ In Your Project Team
5 Things You Do To Stuff Up Your Project
In these webinars Louise Ledbrook the Founder of Project Community and the CEO of Pro SMART will be sharing her experience and techniques from her over 18 years in projects.
A Message From Our Founder
At the Change leadership Summit in Sydney last week we discussed the values and behaviours of a great change leader.
One of the messages that came through strong was that people believe leaders that make their people feel encouraged and empowered make great leaders whether that be in times of change or always.
I like to think though that empowerment is the responsibility of everyone. Not only do you want a great leader that doesn’t micromanage you and that empowers you to take ownership and responsibility to deliver, you yourself are responsible for helping your leader feel like they can trust you to be empowered.
Remember being a leader does not equal managing people. Even if you have no team members reporting to you, you can still be a leader. So matter what role you feel you play, ask yourself the following questions.
– Do I show the leaders around me they can trust me and let me take responsibility? And if not, what do I need to do differently? Would it be as simple as asking them to?
– Do I trust those around me to take the lead and responsibility without needing me to micromanage them? If not, what do I need to do differently to feel comfortable doing that?
So go, lead, empower and have a great month.
Have an amazing month!
Louise and the Project Community Team
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