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Project Management
Team-Based Project Management©
  A committed and motivated project team can work miracles, but how do you create such a team? By applying the methods taught in this dynamic seminar, you can turn a project group into a winning project team!

This workshop will help you learn to manage and lead, to influence and motivate, and to work with team members to get the best possible performance from each individual. If you have ever said, "I have no trouble solving the technical problems in my projects - it's the people problems I have trouble with," then this seminar may be just what you're looking for. The job of the project manager is to integrate people with different knowledge and skills into a functional team, so that each can make a specific contribution. In short, a project team needs a leader, not a manager.

A common problem for project managers is that they don't "own" the people in their project team. For that reason, you must have very good people skills in order to have a successful project. You must hone your interpersonal skills so that you can exercise influence, rather than power, to get things done. You'll return to work better equipped to bring out the best in those individuals on your team.
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