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Matthew Kohut | Communication in Project Management

Communication in Project Management

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In this exclusive Q&A video interview Matthew Kohut shares his advice and insights on “Communication in Project Management” as he answers these 4 questions:

  1. What are some of the biggest communication challenges in project management?
  2. What are some tips for overcoming these challenges?
  3. What are some advantages and disadvantages of non-verbal communication in project management?
  4. If you could share three pieces of advice for new project leaders, what would they be?

Matthew Kohut is the managing partner of KNP Communications. He prepares executives, elected leaders, diplomats, and scientists for events ranging from television appearances to TED talks, and works with 3 Top Ten business schools. His most recent co-authored book is “The Smart Mission: NASA’s Lessons for Managing Knowledge, People, and Projects”. Matt has held appointments at George Washington University and Bennington College.

Matthew will be presenting at IIL’s International Project Management Day 2022 Online Conference. This unique event features outstanding speakers and presentations on a range of trending topics. IPM Day 2022 opens November 3, 2022. Save the date! Don’t forget to register online! Click here: https://www.iil.com/international-project-management-day/

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Video by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor of IIL’s Thought Leadership News™

Disclaimer: The ideas, views, and opinions expressed in this interview are those of the interviewee and do not necessarily reflect the views of International Institute for Learning or any entities they represent.

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