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Increase Project Success: Communicate Clearly By Reading Others Effectively

Being able to communicate clearly is a skill essential to any project manager and leader. That’s no surprise. Do you know how well you’re communicating with your project teams? Keep reading to find out.

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Why Does Symposium Attract So Many Volunteers? Should YOU Get in on It?

Approximately 130 people volunteered for PMI Mile Hi’s 20th Annual Symposium and many also had served previous Symposiums. So, why is Symposium a favorite volunteer experience?

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The Power of a Strong Personal Brand

Do you have a strong personal brand? Whether you are looking for a job, looking to keep your job, or want an even better job, it is critical that you make yourself compelling and relevant to those people who need to find you.

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How Project Managers Can Avoid Distractions

Project management is a complex world of moving parts. Every project management professional battles with balancing phone calls, emails, text messages, alerts, meetings, and more. Here are 6 steps that can help you save time and boost productivity.

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2018 Annual High School Projects of the Year Competition, Coming March 14

2018 Annual High School Projects of the Year Competition, coming March 14. You be the judge. View awesome projects. Cast your vote.

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Why I Volunteer for PMI Mile Hi’s Symposium

Volunteering for PMI Mile Hi’s Symposium is one of those things I do for this amazing profession — project management — and for this community of colleagues who have given me so much. Keep reading to learn what you get as a volunteer.

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Coaching vs. Feeback: What Does Your Team Want?

People don’t like feedback. When someone says “I am going to give you some feedback right now,” your brain certainly doesn’t react with openness and enthusiasm. Your brain reacts with stress. People don’t want feedback; they want attention.

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Why Giving Back is Good For Everyone

Acts of kindness can have a huge ripple effect that touches the person giving, the one receiving, and even the community at large. Even the smallest gesture can have a strong positive influence. Simply put, giving back is good for everyone.

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2 Simple Ways to Stop Ruining Your Work Life And Get More Done

Are you an unproductive, exhausted, and multitasking leader? By integrating coaching skills into your management style, you can significantly decrease stress, stop ruining your work life, and boost productivity.ity.

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5 More Benefits of Volunteering

There are many benefits of volunteering. In fact, we shared a few our post, "5 Benefits of Volunteering." And, today, we're sharing five more reasons you should consider giving your time to others.

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