Project Leadership Matters

Leadership

Every month or so, I like to provide you with a digest of featured articles on a particular topic. LEADERSHIP is this month’s topic.

Photo courtesy of DollarPhotoClub.com
Photo courtesy of DollarPhotoClub.com

Think you’re not a leader because you are not in senior management? Think again. Leaders are individuals who influence others, no matter where they are in an organization.

“Leadership is not about titles, positions or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another.” John C. Maxwell

How does leadership fit in the world of projects? The focus of project management is helping an organization achieve its project objectives. Leaders define and cast the vision, whether at an enterprise level, department level, or project team level. Leaders then support their teams to make the vision a reality.

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Question: What three words would you use to describe project leadership? 

[callout]My favorite leadership podcasts include Michael Hyatt’s This Is Your Life and Andy Stanley’s podcast.[/callout]

About the author 

Harry Hall

My name is Harry Hall and I'm the guy behind the projectriskcoach.com and the author of The Purpose Driven Project Manager. Risks can derail projects, resulting in challenged and sometimes failed projects. I make project risk management easy to understand and practical to apply, putting project managers in drivers seat.

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