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People Skills for Project Managers

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Deadline: March 27, 2018 | Date: March 27, 2018

Venue/Country: Fremont, California, U.S.A

Updated: 2018-03-08 21:00:47 (GMT+9)

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You may be great at your profession. You may have a spectacular list of achievements. Anyone who is a project manager needs to understand the importance of honing skills that go beyond the technical knowledge to do the job. Therefore if you lack a few essential soft skills, you won't get too far - in your personal life or professionally as a project manager. Like it or not, social skills are essential survival skills. They let you adjust to varying environments.

To develop people skills, you need to be able to do three things: demonstrate principled behavior, build relationships and develop strong communication skills. Being a people-person doesn't come naturally to everyone, of course.

That's where "soft skills" come in. Soft skills are a cluster of personal traits, habits, attitudes and capabilities that employers value just as much as professional competency. They include the ability to think critically, communicate, collaborate and work with others, manage time and be flexible when dealing with others. From understanding communication styles to delegating tasks and providing feedback, skilled IT professionals need to know how to leverage soft skills to get better technical outcomes. But how do you develop those soft skills?

Objectives of the Presentation

You'll learn: The essential soft skills needed to successfully lead your projects to success

Essential communication styles and how to flex to each style

Successfully resolve team conflicts

Negotiation skills and Influencing and Persuasion of Ideas

The value of delegation, and how to do it effectively

The benefits of mentoring and coaching

Why Should you Attend

According to NC State University, interpersonal skills are "All the behaviors and feelings that exist within all of us that influence our interactions with others." That's a bold statement-but in reality, if you're a project manager and you can't manage these behaviors and interactions in a positive way-you're missing out and that could affect your projects. If you plan on truly excelling in the field, it's vital to have a combination of hard and soft skills. Boosting your soft skills not only gives you the advantage on a new job or a promotion. It's particularly important for project managers as it takes strong interpersonal skills to motivate people working on projects. But project managers also need these skills for interactions with others stakeholders. In this 60 min webinar discover why soft skills are critical, access examples of essential skills and techniques to put into immediate practice, and arm yourself with best practices for putting a management development program in place.

Who will Benefit

Project Managers, Engineers, IT professionals, analysts, research scientists, technical professionals

Technical managers, supervisors, team leads

Executive managers and organizational leaders within technical organizations

Groups of technical and non-technical employees who frequently work together

IT administrators, system administrators, IT managers, IT infrastructure managers, Information Technology Architecture manager

Software Developers

For Registration

Note: Use Promo Code YDEZ6H and get 10% off on registration (Valid till MARCH 31st 2018)

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