Navigating Difficult Personalities in Project Leadership | February Chapter Event
As adept project managers, we understand the pivotal role collaboration and cooperation play in achieving exceptional results. Amidst the relentless deadlines that characterise project environments, occasional frustrations may arise, leading some individuals to express their discontent overtly. Conversely, those with introverted tendencies might withdraw from communication altogether. Recognising the impact of such dynamics, we strive to foster an environment where every voice is not only heard but actively contributes to our collective success.
Join us for a interative 75 minute workshop that helps us to disagree agreeably and deal with difficult personalities in projects. Dale Carnegie has a reputation for fun and engaging workshops so don’t miss out! This might help you solve some of the people bottle necks that can happen in real time.
- Build strong rapport and trust
- Disagree agreeably
- Gain enthusastic cooperation instead of compliance
William has worked with more than 35,000 people during his career with Dale Carnegie. His major focus today is Strategic Development with CEOs and General Managers with a desire to move their organisations and businesses to a new level using the most powerful tool they have – their people!
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This workshop runs on a strict schedule. To ensure that you can make the most of this event, we request that you arrive at the venue on time.
05:30 PM - Event Opening
06:00 PM - Workshop Start
07:15 PM - Workshop Ends
07:45 PM - Q&A and Closing
Refunds: You may request to cancel your registration for a full refund, up to five (5) working days before the date and time of the event. We will do our best to accommodate your needs.
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