Project managers are leaders. Good leaders motivate, inspire and create an environment that encourages people to want to show up and do their best every day. Perhaps you have experienced toxic environments that drive people by fear, consistently overwork people and punish them for taking risks or speaking the truth.
Our top 10 tips will help you recognize what you can do (and what not to do!) to help create a healthy project culture, which will result in people who want to follow you to your next project and drive your own success as a leader.
In this keynote-style presentation, you will first gain insights from the Project Management Institute (PMI) Pulse of the Profession Study. Then, we’ll count down our top ten practical tips that can be implemented immediately.
- The pulse of the Profession Study insights that you can share within your organization
- Ten practical tips that you can implement immediately to influence a healthy project culture in your organization
- Participate in a poll to offer your own insights and compare your experience to other participants
About Dawn Mahan
Dawn Mahan, PMP, is an award-winning consultant and the sole inventor of the ProjectFlo® Process Learning System used in organizations such as Time Warner Cable, the PMI Southern New England Chapter and The American Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia. She makes learning PMI’s complex process quick, easy and fun. Dawn has led global transformation projects for the C-suite, facilitated workshops globally, is a dynamic speaker, coach and mentor. She specializes in recommending right-sized techniques from the Fortune 500 to transform strategy into an executable plan coupled with talent development that empowers internal resources to get the right projects done right Dawn was named 2014 Professional of the Year Consulting/Project Management by Strathmore Who’s Who Worldwide. She is formerly the American Lung Association’s Philadelphia Leadership Board Chair, built houses in Cambodia with Habitat for Humanity and taught “Practical Project Management for Young Professionals” at Peirce College in Philadelphia through the YearUp program.