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  • How to Lead Your Team Through a Transition

    How to Lead Your Team Through a Transition

    If you’ve ever tried to be a change agent at work, you know the kind of resistance you’re up against. You could be recommending a new work process or project management tool that will greatly...

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  • How to Motivate Your Team to Track Time

    How to Motivate Your Team to Track Time

    Does your team groan when you they hear the words “track time”? Is it an activity that everyone on your team tends to duck and dodge and you’re on a repeat loop every week reminding people do fill...

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  • How to Keep Your Team’s Morale Up During Change

    How to Keep Your Team’s Morale Up During Change

    Change is the only constant! Dramatic growth is commonplace. Companies are looking for opportunities to improve margins, accelerate cash flow and cut costs. Only those companies that change will...

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  • 4 Tips for Leading a Project Kickoff Meeting

    4 Tips for Leading a Project Kickoff Meeting

    Your project’s kickoff meeting is like opening night for a new production. The stage has been set, scenes have been cast, the players are all in place, and the project story is ready to unfold....

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  • How to Manage Resources for Your Team

    How to Manage Resources for Your Team

    “I’m allocated at 125%,” my project lead sighed as he pointed to the column on the Gantt chart. The project lead was not alone: All of the other team members had similar percentages in the same...

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  • 7 Ways to Improve Team Performance

    7 Ways to Improve Team Performance

    Mae West once said “An ounce of performance is worth pounds of promises.” Real success is built from a combination of talent, innovation, effort and commitment. Here are seven factors that...

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  • 10 Leadership Best Practices for Project Managers

    10 Leadership Best Practices for Project Managers

    Being a project manager who leads a team or project requires the right combination of experience, skills and confidence. There’s usually a lot at stake, and the balance between running the project...

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  • 5 Steps to Build Confidence in Your Team Members

    5 Steps to Build Confidence in Your Team Members

    In a previous post, 5 Tips to Build Confidence in Yourself As a Project Manager, we looked at how to build confidence in ourselves. In this post we change the focus and look at how to build...

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  • 7 Steps to Improve Collaboration on Your Team

    7 Steps to Improve Collaboration on Your Team

    Effective collaboration achieves what no single team member can on her own. As business magnate Richard Branson said, “A business has to be involving, it has to be fun, and it has to exercise your...

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  • 7 Ways to Get Your Team Members More Engaged – and Why It’s So Important

    7 Ways to Get Your Team Members More Engaged – and Why It’s So Important

    Look at the team roster for your project. How many team members are fully engaged with their work? How many are just going through the motions? And how many are actively disengaged? These can be...

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  • 11 Ways to Raise Your Team’s Morale

    11 Ways to Raise Your Team’s Morale

    At some point in your career as a project manager, you’ll find yourself leading a troubled team. There could be a number of reasons for this: burn out; a past history of poorly managed projects;...

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  • 5 Ways to Appreciate Your Team Members – and Why Acknowledgment Matters

    5 Ways to Appreciate Your Team Members – and Why Acknowledgment Matters

    Here’s something that many people want more of in their jobs: acknowledgment. It’s part of human nature to need to feel like we matter and make a difference. Think about it – when someone gives...

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  • 7 Personality Types That Make a Well-Rounded Team

    7 Personality Types That Make a Well-Rounded Team

    Working with a team of people can be exhilarating—and challenging. Aside from the chemistry of personalities and work styles that affect a group dynamic, there’s also the territorial play. We...

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  • 13 Tips to Build Teamwork Skills

    13 Tips to Build Teamwork Skills

    Are you indispensable to your team? When team collaboration succeeds at high levels, projects and businesses thrive. To be one of these top-performing team members, here are 13 tips to help build...

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  • Infographic: 5 Steps to Create a Winning Team

    Infographic: 5 Steps to Create a Winning Team

    Everyone wants an A+ team—a group of motivated, ingenious individuals that come together and create business chemistry so impactful that your competitors have to work weekends just to keep...

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  • The 6 Basic Human Needs That Influence Team Success

    The 6 Basic Human Needs That Influence Team Success

    Would you like to develop a high performing team? Would you like to better understand what, exactly, motivates people? Do you feel like your job could be more fulfilling but you’re not sure what’s...

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  • 5 Ways to Create a Positive Work Environment

    5 Ways to Create a Positive Work Environment

    To get the most out of your employees, you have to create a positive work environment for the entire team. When people feel encouraged, accepted and happy, they become more motivated and perform...

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  • How to Lead Multiple Projects and Teams

    How to Lead Multiple Projects and Teams

    Many project managers cut their teeth by successfully managing a series of single projects. After showing such competence, the real test comes when they take on a portfolio of two, three or more...

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  • How to Create a Sense of Urgency with Your Team

    How to Create a Sense of Urgency with Your Team

    Is your team afflicted by too much talk, not enough action? Or perhaps your team suffers from paralysis by analysis, and can’t seem to bring their plan into being. It’s a situation many teams and...

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