Positive Project Management
Recently I had a colleague, who I believed talented, experienced and I want her to work with. Within half a year I realized that my decision to hire her wasn't right. Although I liked her a lot, she had a great humour, experinences, knowledge what I will never have, finally our cooperation didn't work. What was my expectation? What went wrong? What mistakes I made? Hopefully I will find answers and will learn from this experience.More >>
Shawn Achor, expert of the positive psychology, writer of the Happiness Advantage book and many others, proposes us to decrease the noise caused by news flood and let’s try to minimize both the amount and the negative news we get.More >>
Your attitude is contagious.
Choose to be a positive project manager. Your positive thinking will influence project team members, other stakeholders around you.
If you are happy, excited about your project, others will feel and become energised as well. If you believe that problem solving is a simple step in your project, your team members will feel the same, will solve challenges and other stakeholders will trust you and your team.More >>
"Bea was a real asset in the coach team. She is a very nice person to work with. She is an excellent professional who does her work with dedication and enthusiasm. She easily communicates with all type of people, creative, pro-active and goal-oriented. For me as an administrative person, it was a pleasure to work with her. Even she was working as a field coach, she did her admin tasks punctually as well."
Specialized Procurement Analyst