Achieve excellence by avoiding these bad practices of a poor project manager . . .
1) has a pattern of repeating the same mistakes in almost every project.
2) Has no appreciation for what the counter-parties want
3) lacks preparation, not having clearly in mind the tangible objectives he is looking to achieve;
4) Bluffs even when he has a weak hand;
5) Negotiates against himself;
6) Negotiates publicly rather than privately or through appropriate back channels;
7) Undercuts allies that could otherwise facilitate any productive deal-making process
8) demonstrates impulsive behavior.

On Feb 12, 2019, at 14:00, Therrien, Paul via Midrange-NonTech <midrange-nontech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Can anyone on this list recommend a good project management training seminar/workshop organization?
Either web based or live training is acceptable.
What I am seeing on-line right now is either dodgy or expensive.


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