The Influential Project Manager

Note: This PMI Training 1.50-hour course will be taught in Spanish.

If you want to be successful as a project manager, or positively impact on your projects, you need to be converted into an influential person. Your success will depend on your ability to influence positively to your project stakeholders. This training will help you to discover your influence skills as a project manager. You will be able to assess your level of influence and be provided with some tools, tips, and techniques to develop your influence skills for project success. 

Upon completion of this training, learners will be able to:

  • Assess and understand your level of influence
  • Develop your influence skills through practice
  • Learn and analyze several case studies
  • Prepare your improvement plan 

Alfonso Bucero

  • Leadership (all credentials): 1.25
  • Strategic (all credentials): 0.25


  • 20 June | 7:00-8:30 a.m. EDT
  • 20 September | 7:00-8:30 a.m. PDT
  • 20 October | 7:00-8:30 a.m. EDT

 Price: FREE



alfonso bucero

Alfonso Bucero, PMP, PMI Fellow

Alfonso Bucero is the founder and managing partner of BUCERO PM Consulting ( ). He was a senior project manager at Hewlett-Packard Spain for 13 years. Alfonso was the founder, sponsor, and president of PMI Barcelona Spain Chapter, a member of the CoPAT for PMI EMEA 2005-6 congresses and the president of PMI Madrid Spain Chapter. He graduated from the “Leadership Institute Master Class" of 2007. Alfonso has a computer science engineering degree, is a PhD candidate, and has 28 years of practical experience managing and consulting on projects worldwide. As a project management believer, he defends passion, persistence, and patience to achieve project success. From managing projects across Europe, Alfonso shares many real case studies and a fun attitude with seminar participants. In addition to co-authoring Project Sponsorship and The Complete Project Manager, Alfonso authored The Influential Project Manager and Today is a Good Day: Attitudes for Achieving Project Success. PMI awarded Alfonso with the Distinguished Contribution Award in 2010 and with the PMI Fellow in 2011.