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Want to Influence Others? Be Positive.

Start today reframing your influence message by sharing the positive end-result of the change you wish to see. Follow the advice of renowned influencer Zig Ziglar, who said, “Your attitude, not your aptitude, determines your altitude.”

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International Project Management Day: Why You Should Take Advantage of It

International Project Management Day was held this year on November 5th. This annual event in intended to be a day for project managers and those who use project management methodologies to receive appreciation and recognition for their work.

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Agility vs. SOPs: Finding the Right Balance

Given that every methodology consists of a series of SOPs, where’s the room for agile? In fact, you can get the best of both worlds by embedding organizational agility into your procedures, methodologies and management.

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In The Words Of A Leader

Words are powerful tools for leadership, but they must be used well. A leader’s words can inspire or hurt, cause laughter or tears, encourage or cut down. How can you best use your words? Here are some checkpoints.

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5 Benefits of Volunteering

Whether you give your time for work or personal projects, there are many benefits to volunteering. Yes, it is a commitment and requires your time, but what you receive in return can be very beneficial to you.

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5 Things Unsuccessful Portfolio Managers Do

44% of projects are unsuccessful and we waste $109 million for each $1 billion in project expenditures (2015 edition of PMI’s Pulse of the Profession). Take a look at 5 things unsuccessful portfolio managers do—and what they should focus on doing instead.

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