Folks are looking at you right now. They're considering you for great and small opportunities. You may have a blind spot and not realize you have what it takes to lead small teams and large organizations. OR you may think you have it all together and are wondering when the opportunities will start.
As a person who has completed thousands of tasks, mission, and projects, I decided to share the Top 10 Qualities Decision Makers Consider When Choosing a Project Manager with you. My prayer is that you will assess your current skills and move to improve your gaps.
Before we get started, let's first ensure we're not talking past one another.
Who are the decision makers?
Men, women, boys and girls who work with you, serve with you in community organizations, in your church, on nonprofit boards, in your family, and in every aspect of your life. Take a minute and identify three decision makers before you move on.
Who are project managers?
Essentially, the project manager is accountable for the success or failure of a project. Typical responsibilities of a project manager include:
1.Planning, Executing, and Closing Projects — defining the project, building its comprehensive work plan, and managing to the budget
2.Managing Teams — facilitating commitment and productivity, removing obstacles, and motivating team members
3.Managing Expectations — aligning projects to business goals, managing stakeholders, and communicating project status, milestones, and unexpected difficulties effectively
What's the definition of quality?
Now, that we're on the same page, so-to-speak, let's list the 10 qualities.
Be sure to watch the video for a detailed version of each quality.
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