The project manager’s six leadership rolesSee more
Lead the project team, the project owner, the stakeholders, yourself and the task.
Types of conflict in a projectSee more
As a project manager, it is important to assess what type of conflict you are facing and then choose the solution options based on the type of conflict.
Choice of strategy for conflict behaviorSee more
As a project manager, you must choose conflict strategy with reflection. Read the counterpart’s conflict style and choose your conflict behavior.
The conflict staircaseSee more
As a project manager you should solve the conflict while it is easy before it moves up the stairs and spreads to several project participants.
Motivation according to Dan PinkSee more
How to motivate your project participants. The work has to make sense, we want autonomy and we want to improve. Your task as project manager is to set the energy free in the project team.
Hertzberg’s motivation theorySee more
Hertzberg’s two-factor theory distinguishes between factors that create satisfaction and dissatisfaction. One can think of them as the accelerator and brake. Satisfaction motivates and dissatisfaction is demotivating.
Maslow’s hierarchy of needsSee more
The project participants are motivated by unfulfilled needs in a specific order. As a project manager, the task is to set the energy free at the project participants
7 good habitsSee more
Clear out old habits and establish new useful habits that develop your project leadership