||June 7, 2019
||June 7, 2019
Nothing is harder than leading people and managing project teams. Success requires a balance of hard skills in project management and supervision, and soft skills in leadership, organizational behavior, and motivation. Project leaders today are expected to play multiple roles, support numerous people, and solve endless problems.
Zachary Wong believes that the best team leaders are problem-solvers and facilitators. He offers practical skills, strategies, and tools to help project managers diagnose and solve their toughest people problems.
Based on his decades of experience in the trenches, The Eight Essential People Skills for Project Management provides the problem-solving models and tools needed to prevent and diagnose people problems, as well as the facilitative methods, processes, and techniques to correct them. From increasing team performance to reducing change resistance and risk aversion, Wong explains how to confront and correct bad behavior and get your team to do what you want them to do.
This audiobook is designed for individuals, team leaders, and managers who oversee and coordinate the daily performance of others and who seek solutions they can apply immediately. With each skill, Wong provides a mix of case stories, strategies, and techniques to clarify key concepts and highlight workplace applications. Project managers can learn the key supervisory, process, and communication skills required for success and gain the ability to integrate and apply them to a diverse work team.
With The Eight Essential People Skills, you can improve teamwork—and strengthen leader-ship—with high integrity.