Wayne, your presentations at our Professional Development Day were enjoyable and instructive. Leadership, and successful project management, starts with having the ability to communicate clearly, and we greatly appreciate you sharing your expertise with our Chapter.

I'm happy to lend my voice to let other PMI chapters know what an engaging and informative speaker you are.

C. Shankar - PMI Westchester
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Project managers work with people to complete projects. However, project managers are usually not formally trained in human relationships. Many project managers come into the profession based on superb technical skills and excellent technical skills can hinder human relations on a project.

The way to address this deficiency is through a structured workshop where participants become aware of their own perspective on the world and realize how it differs from the perspective that other people have on the world. A non-threatening workshop is the most powerful vehicle to fully appreciate the different ways that we interpret our worlds.


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Posted on 10/28/2011 by Wayne BothaCategories: Relationship Awareness in Action Project Management

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