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10 Traits Of Amazing Project Managers

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
>This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDUs in the Leadership category of the Talent Triangle.

Event Description:

Project Managers can run the gamut from average to amazing. We all like to count ourselves amongst the latter, but are we? Carl Pritchard, PMP®, PMI-RMP®, takes us through a dynamic presentation on the critical skills and talents it takes to move project managers from good to great. He’ll explain why instant access to contracts is a crucial consideration. He’ll explain why Microsoft Project can be used to makes us verifiable tellers of truth. He’ll expose why boring and consistent practices make for true heroes in the field. Carl’s irreverent style and classic PM stories drive home his message and provide an opportunity to improve ourselves, one trait at a time.

Presenter Info:

Carl Pritchard is a certified Project Management Professional, Risk Management Professional and Registered Education Provider through the Project Management Institute.  He serves as the US Correspondent for the British project management magazine, Project Manager Today.  He is a thought leader in the project management and risk management communities, and author of 7 textbooks, as well as producer of “The Audio PMP Prep” (CRC Press), recently released for the PMBOK Guide 6th Edition.

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Carl Pritchard
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Carl Pritchard, PMP®, PMI-RMP® is the author of seven project management texts, and co-produced “The Audio PMP Prep: Conversations on Passing the PMP® Exam” with Bruce Falk. He is the U.S. Correspondent for the British Project Management Magazine, “Project Manager Today” and serves on the board of directors for ProjectConnections.com

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