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Master the hidden skills of project management planning
People encounter project management planning in many areas of life - including areas where that term would never be used. Organizing a successful big party, for instance, requires considerable project management skills. Or becoming involved in a community organization trying to achieve particular goals. And, of course, many types of work call for organizational skills of a high order.
There's more to project planning than meets the eye
Many organizations offer staff training in how to manage projects, and business schools and other institutions offer courses where you can learn how to plan and define scope and costs, and how to keep things under control as a project progresses. But even if you've taken such a course (and many people don't get such an opportunity, and have to pick up what they can 'on the job') there's more to it than just technical skill.
Really good project management - whether at work, at home, or in the community - requires a number of psychological attributes as well as practical knowledge of how to organize things. You need to be able to stay calm and keep a clear head when the pressure is on. You need to be able to keep your team going when challenges arise, or enthusiasm flags. You need a sense of purpose and commitment to carry you through.
They don't teach much of that on project management planning courses.
How to help yourself be a better project manager
But there is a great deal you can do to develop and strengthen your inner resources yourself, so that you can call on your own creativity, determination, clarity, empathy, and enthusiasm and put them all at the service of the project you are focusing on.
Project management is an audio hypnosis session focusing specifically on developing the hidden skills you need to be a successful project manager. Cutting edge psychological understandings of how to acquire and integrate new learning underlie the powerful hypnotic suggestions which will help you develop the attitudes and mental skills that will make you even more successful at bringing about the results you want.
Download Project management and take your organizational skills to a new level.
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Project Management Planning
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