Personal effectiveness in project management : tools, tips and strategies to improve your decision-making, influence, motivation, confidence, risk-taking, achievement and self-sustainabilityMaterial type: TextPublication details: Newtown Square, Pennsylvania : Project Management Institute, Inc., 2013Description: xiv, 207 pages : illustrationsISBN: 9781628250299 (pbk. : alk. paper); 1628250291 (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Project management | Teams in the workplace | Employee motivation | Interpersonal relationsDDC classification: 658.404
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Introduction -- ch. 1. Personal effectiveness cycle -- module 1. Decision-making -- ch. 2. Diversity : what makes you unique and successful? -- ch. 3. Values : how to find your true beliefs -- ch. 4. How to make great decisions -- module 2. Motivation -- ch. 5. Space: what work environment brings out your best? -- ch. 6. Set point : how to manage your motivational state -- ch. 7. How to increase motivation and self-confidence -- module 3. Achievement -- ch. 8. Fear : what are you worried about? -- ch. 9. Inclusion : how to stay in the game and win -- ch. 10. How to "turn the corner" for achievement -- module 4. Sustainability -- ch. 11. Passion : what do you love to do? -- ch. 12. Goals : how to make promises and keep them -- ch. 13. How to achieve self-sustainability -- ch. 14. Fulfilling your personal effectiveness cycle.
Provides readers with the tools and techniques that not only help them improve their own personal performance, but that of their project teams as well. The book is divided into four modules, each addressing a different aspect of Personal Effectiveness: Decision-Making, Motivation, Achievement and Sustainability