Leadership skills increasingly are a critical success factor for Project Managers, especially with the increasing complexity of projects. The ability to effectively communicate project status, develop and monitor plans, and assign and manage teams and tasks are often not enough to achieve project success in the absence of strong leadership. Line of Sight’s President, Jon Weinstein recently delivered an interactive discussion addressing leadership versus authority, emerging roles for project leaders, and key characteristics of today’s successful Project Managers to the PMI Washington DC Chapter’s Tyson’s Corner lunch meeting. Click here to download the presentation.
Jon will be speaking at PMI’s upcoming 2013 PMO Symposium in San Diego, California in November. PMI is the largest global association and leading advocate for the project and program management profession. With a goal for organizations to embrace, value, and use project management and attribute success to it, PMI advances the project management profession in governments and corporations around the world. PMI has more than 700,000 members and credential holders in over 185 countries.