Do you trust that project manager in the mirror? Generating positive energy through trust

You have your WBS, stakeholder analysis, risk response plan, communication plan, resource histogram, a schedule with 5,000 tasks, and a critical path. You are a project management professional, PMP®. Your sponsor, team leaders, and stakeholders couldn't care less. You convince yourself, "it has to be my organization's low project management maturity; it can't be me." Maybe, maybe not. How do we achieve project management excellence? How do we measure it? Are we at risk of becoming irrelevant? This presentation examines these questions as well as current methods for developing competency. It presents bold ideas on what we as practitioners must focus on to raise the performance bar and avoid the risk of becoming extinct! This presentation will explore three critical personal competencies project managers must be keenly aware of to move beyond the PMP to Project Management Professionalism! These personal competencies must be built on the base of the PMP certification to achieve project management competency. 1. Building Trusted Relationships - Learn the characteristics of true trusted relationships and how to develop and maintain them with team members, customers and sponsors; 2. Advising on projects - Learn how to become an effective project advisor and why this skill is desperately needed; 3. Developing Courage - Understand the level of commitment needed and how to start managing the change in your project management life! Attendees leave with a road map and mirror with which they can create the right balance of personal competencies. They will leave with a renewed passion for their project management profession. Attend this session to discover whether or not you have the courage to make the leap from the PMP to Project Management Professionalism!
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