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How to Get Your Project Team to Speak Up in Meetings

How to Get Your Project Team to Speak Up in Meetings By J. LeRoy Ward, PMP, PgMP, PfMP, CSM, GWCPM, SCPMExecutive Vice President – Enterprise Solutions, IIL I’ve never been a “big meeting” kind of guy. While many people find it hard to believe, I’m an introvert (INTJ on the Myers Briggs scale) and I tend

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Want to Be a Better Project Leader? Start Asking for Feedback

Want to Be a Better Project Leader? Start Asking for Feedback By J. LeRoy Ward, PMP, PgMP, PfMP, CSM, GWCPM, SCPMExecutive Vice President – Enterprise Solutions, IIL You probably haven’t heard of Barbara Mistick, but she did what I should have done many years ago. She asked everyone who worked for her – and with

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Reinventing Yourself and Pursuing Your Passion!

Reinventing Yourself and Pursuing Your Passion! By Judith W. Umlas Sr. Vice President, Author, and Trainer – IIL Originally published on www.joanlunden.com. Quite a few years ago, when I was a full-time professional in the television industry, I wrote an article called “How NOT to Talk to a Pregnant Businesswoman.” The urge to write it came from

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Business Relationship Management (BRM)

Business Relationship Management (BRM) By Elaine Lincoln, Ed.D., CBAP, PMI-PBA, BRMP Last summer I had the opportunity to attend a BRM Foundation course. I was excited to learn about this role, which is not really a new role, but a role that has in the past two years become “professionalized”, meaning by that, it has its

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How Emotional Intelligence Can Create Resilient Project Leaders

How Emotional Intelligence Can Create Resilient Project Leaders By Ardi Ghorashy, M.Sc. Engineering, PMP, PgMP | Senior Executive Director, Global Solutions, IIL What is the secret ingredient that certain people possess and allows them to rise from the ashes of failure? I’m referring to this dynamic that drives them to try again and again, while others

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A Random Act Of Acknowledgment

By Judith W. UmlasIIL Senior Vice President, Trainer, and Author of Grateful Leadership It’s always so inspiring when I come upon what I would call “Random Acts of Acknowledgement” in my everyday life. I was staying at a hotel while on a business trip, and overheard the delightful exchange you can see in the video

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CAR CHASE: “Driven” to Acknowledge!

CAR CHASE: “Driven” to Acknowledge! By Judith W. Umlas IIL Senior Vice President, Trainer, and Author of Grateful Leadership I was running a bit late for a doctor’s appointment this week, and was on a major thoroughfare on which traffic was fortunately flowing. So I wouldn’t be too late… But suddenly, the car two ahead

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