A project is complete when it starts working for you, rather than you working for it.
Part 5 of
5: Handling Project Conflicts and Motivation
Abstract: Describes handling challenges in group situations, handling criticism, using empowering language, solving conflicts among team members, and motivating them.
This year, our focus will be first on Technical
Project Management, then on Behavioral Project
Management, based on the course
and the book,
Managing Projects Well written by the
speaker. This unique approach focuses on the
real world of projects, not theory.
"In theory, there is no difference between
theory and practice. In practice, there is"
- Yogi Berra
Part 5: Handling Project Conflicts and Motivation: Describes handling challenges in group situations, handling
criticism using quick methods, using empowering
language very easily, solving conflicts among team members, and motivating
them using work effectiveness principles.
- Get curious, not furious - a special technique
for rapidly diffusing criticism
- The power of and, when, and yet - simple phrases
that greatly change other's reactions to what you
- 4-step conflict resolution method - suitable
among team members and managers alike
- The Herzberg work effectiveness motivation model
- an excellent way of having team members motivate
themselves without your having to motivate them
Wed. February 2, 2011
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