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Successfully Managing People in Project

Many behavioral psychologists have researched the theory that people’s behavior can be roughly classified in four groups, represented as quadrants. Each quadrant represents the behavioral styles of people in that group. No one is purely any style, and no style is better or worse than another. Each tendency has strengths and weaknesses. By recognizing our dominant style and developing the ability to identify traits in others, we can change our behaviors to interact with a wide variety of personalities and tendencies.

Course Overview

It’s not your drive to get things done but your ability to motivate others to get it done. It’s not being a team member...it’s being the team leader.


What You’ll Learn

This module helps people understand the four dominant personality styles: driver, expressor, amiable, and analytical. Knowing our styles is the most important element to help reach across barriers and connect with others. We need to identify our own strengths and weaknesses in order to take control of our actions and feelings. Then we can focus on understanding others and use effective approaches to build collaboration.


Why you want to learn it

New managers and supervisors who want to make a smooth, successful transition into their new roles.


How it will help you

This two-day program addresses the people side of project management. This intensive program shows participants how to apply Dale Carnegie’s proven human relations principles—pioneered in his landmark work, How to Win Friends and Influence People—to the unique people problems faced by project managers. Expert coaches demonstrate specific skills and techniques to turn a diverse group of professionals into a results-focused, motivated, and successful team.

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“Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.”

Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie