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Professional credibility is earned, not freely given. And for project managers, professional credibility--the respect and trust they earn from their peers, superiors, and clients--is essential for professional success. This article outlines nine elements that can help project managers substantiate themselves as credible professionals. It concludes by recommending that project managers should always embrace their convictions and beliefs and work each day to establish their professional credibility.
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