For projects to make an impact and add lasting value, the project manager has to be able to strategize, motivate, network, calculate risk and collaborate effectively with different stakeholders. Project managers must learn how to lead.
The Power of Project Leadership helps project managers transform into proactive, accountable project leaders. It explains what good project leadership looks like and explains how to make the transition using concrete tools and strategies. This book teachers project managers how to feel more confident and assertive as project manager and leader, gain control of a project by delegating 50% of their workload, handle conflict and poor performance, build a highly motivated and driven team, continuously look for opportunities to innovate, be comfortable taking risks, and become a project leader.
With underlying theories to help managers understand how teams and individuals are motivated, this book ensures that project managers lead with vision, continuously improve, work with intent, get closer to stakeholders, are authentic and establish a solid foundation for their projects.