Management is assigned, but leadership must be earned.
A key skill relevant to leaders at all levels is the ability to influence people in such a way that others follow and act willingly. Today’s projects are increasingly undertaken in environments in which the project leader has little formal authority. A project with no one in charge is almost certain to fail. As a project manager you must assume control whether or not you possess formal organizational authority.
The good news is you can be an outstanding leader even without formal authority. In this interactive webinar you will learn exactly how.
Some techniques to be covered by Shawn Stratton include:
Adopting a leadership style that works with your team members and striving to deliver on what people care about most
- Deriving power from your expertise
- Building your awareness and skill for influencing others
- Utilizing intrinsic motivating factors
- Increasing your influence through your actions and demeanor
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