10 Tips on Developing Junior Project Managers (Leonard Snoyman, PMP® )

Remember that people are fundamental to success within Project Management. Get people to work with you and not for you. Understand personality style differences. Be cognisant of cultural differences. Use real experiences to make coaching more authentic. Perform a personal SWOT analysis of the junio...

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10 Tips on Developing Junior Project Managers (Leonard Snoyman, PMP® )

| Tuesday, 22 January 2013

  1. Remember that people are fundamental to success within Project Management.
  2. Get people to work with you and not for you.
  3. Understand personality style differences.
  4. Be cognisant of cultural differences.
  5. Use real experiences to make coaching more authentic.
  6. Perform a personal SWOT analysis of the junior Project Manager.
  7. Perform a Project Management competency skills assessment of the junior Project Manager.
  8. Create a plan to develop weaknesses as well as to achieve the desired competency skills level.
  9. Aim to acquire an internationally recognised Project Management certification.
  10. Don’t take ownership of the learning of the junior Project Manager, he or she must take responsibility of their own learning.

 
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