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The Leadership Attitude

Rebel’s Guide to PM

There has been a notable shift in recent years to talking about project leadership, as distinct from project management. Management, as the saying goes, is about doing things right, and leadership is about doing the right things. In reality, both leadership and management are often done by the same person – the project manager.

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Evidence-Based Leadership: Navigating the Future with Facts

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The digital revolution, a globalized economy, and a shifting social paradigm demand a leadership approach that is both innovative and grounded in reality. This is where Evidence-Based Leadership (EBL) comes into play. Why Do We Need Evidence-Based Leadership?

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3 Ways to Practice Your Leadership Skills

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Mike Clayton True leadership is not something you do when it suits you. In fact, true leadership emerges when it is least convenient, in tough times, under extremes of pressure. Here are three things we can all practice, day-to-day, to hone our leadership skills: 1. Decision-making on a project is an act of leadership.

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Productivity: creative versus reactive leadership

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A simple tool we can use to understand our relationship to productivity and expand the possibilities is the creative versus reactive leadership lens. And our leadership work is to start pulling back the layers and connecting to who we really. Then we consciously choose how we want to show up and lead.

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Acclaim Projects Helps Deliver Innovation Projects on Time and on Budget

Leadership team visibility to all projects. The company needed the right financial tools to budget for innovation initiatives and real-time information on spending and forecasting. This transportation company turned to Acclaim Projects by Sopheon to help deliver projects on time and within budget. The needs Changes to the strategic direction.

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Is Your Leadership Ready to Pivot from Intuition to Innovation?

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In the rapidly evolving business landscape, the shift from intuition-based decision-making to innovation-driven leadership is not just beneficial—it's essential. Why the Pivot is Necessary Traditional leadership often relies on gut instincts and personal experiences. Be the leader who pioneers with evidence, not just instinct.

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Navigating Resistance: The Agile Adoption Journey for Effective Leadership

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Let's explore the ten common sources of resistance and discuss the importance of addressing these challenges to ensure successful leadership and project implementation. Understanding these barriers is crucial for any VP of Delivery aiming to lead an agile transformation successfully.

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Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

Speaker: Heidi Cerenzia, Edina Murphy, and Alexis Barone, Wrike

Now more than ever, project managers are expected to lead with strong consideration towards their team. The success of a project depends not only on attention to detail and deadlines, but to the human beings behind them. This is where emotional intelligence comes in.

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Emotional Intelligence and The Project Manager

The field of project management has witnessed numerous advancements and continuous improvement efforts across various leadership applications and management domains. As organizations increasingly integrate Artificial Intelligence and automation into their models, the interpersonal aspect of project management will gain greater significance.

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How Sales Enablement is Supporting Social Selling in 2022

Speaker: Brynne Tillman CEO | LinkedIn Whisperer at Social Sales Link

LinkedIn, even the free version, is an essential sales tool that every sales professional should be using, while leadership is continuing to turn to Sales Enablement to ensure that the business development team has all the strategies and tactics they need to be successful.

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Enable Your Teams to Work Their Own Way

Speaker: Kim Wasson, Alexis Barone, and Matt Williams

We must make way for a new perspective on collaboration and leadership--one in which your teams are enabled to work together efficiently and confidently. With so many people to keep track of, you may feel the need to be in multiple places at once. However, this mentality leads Project Managers to lose focus and become easily frustrated.

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Encouraging Innovation in an Established Product Culture

Speaker: Richard Cardran, Chief Creative Officer and VP Strategy, HIA Technologies

Innovation and Leadership go hand in hand. We'll examine the importance of UX and user-centric feature analysis, the adaptation of Agile Methodologies to the creative process, as well as a way to drive successful culture change for setting expectations and winning approvals with cross-functional stakeholders.

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Bridging the Gap: Implementing CIO Leadership in Project Management

Speaker: Clint Padgett, President & CEO, Project Success Inc.

It’s time for CIOs to unlock their "people potential" and learn the leadership skills that will lead to satisfied project managers and more than satisfactory project results. But if you can’t establish a dynamic, collaborative team with a clear mission, then your project will slip through the cracks.

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A New Age of Hybrid Leadership

Speaker: Renee Thomas and Alexis Barone, Wrike Team

It's time for project managers to gain a new understanding of what good leadership looks like in the future of work. On the other side of the coin, some teams still crave the social, in-person dynamic of work. Enter the new model of work, the hybrid schedule.

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Project Team Engagement in the Context of Human/AI Hybrid Teams

The leadership style that the leaders adopt during engagement is critical in gaining team member support for building a positive thinking team. The challenge is finding a compromise between the two leadership styles. This goal may be achievable, but not without significant training in how to effectively engage employees.