3 Data Points You Must Include In Project Communications - Guest Post by Elizabeth Harrin

3 Data Points You Must Include In Project Communications – Guest Post by Elizabeth Harrin

This is a guest article by Elizabeth Harrin from GirlsGuideToPM.com

People get hung up on what to include in project reporting and their stakeholder communications. Often I see people include a lot of history and the journey to where they are now in their project, but in my experience, there are only 3 data points that you really need to worry about in your regular reporting. Continue reading 3 Data Points You Must Include In Project Communications – Guest Post by Elizabeth Harrin

The Most Common Communication Mistakes Project Managers Make

The Most Common Communication Mistakes Project Managers Make – Guest Post by Sussane Madsen

Don’t get me wrong! A lot of project managers are doing a fantastic job of organizing and delivering their projects and keeping their clients happy. But it’s probably still true, that the majority of PMs are stronger with the harder skills of creating plans and reports than with the softer skills of communicating and motivating people. The below mistakes are the ones I the most often see project managers make when it comes to the softer communication skills. Continue reading The Most Common Communication Mistakes Project Managers Make – Guest Post by Sussane Madsen

Mastering Conflict Management at the Workplace

Conflict is a situation where people have contrasting feelings, needs, perceptions and interests. It often occurs when people feel they are losing something they value. This could be anything from material to immaterial possessions, such as ideals, standards, aspirations, reputation, status or self esteem. Continue reading Mastering Conflict Management at the Workplace