I have found Leadership PDU’s amongst the most enjoyable to explore and obtain. With the changes to PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) Program, the ability to discover and report exemplary personal development options is both expanded and easier to fulfill. If you haven’t explored the re-certification process recently, you should start with a quick review … Continue reading PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements Leadership PDU’s – How to Claim Them
Shout out to the sales and marketing personnel at Interface Technical Training who inspired this blog… They continually receive the question, “What counts toward PMI Professional Development Units?” The answer is usually ‘it depends’, since credential holders self report. This blog will at least clarify which Interface Technical Training courses comply with PMI guidelines based … Continue reading Getting those PDUs – Professional Development Units
One long, fruitful day. 6.5 PDU’s. New insight into the direction of PMI and the world of project management. I attended Projectmanagement.com’s 2015 virtual Global Congress yesterday (April 30, 2015). Admittedly skepticism led to event attendance. Would sitting in front of a monitor for ten hours listening to virtual/remote delivery of project management content be … Continue reading PMXPO Project Management 2015 Virtual Global Congress – Recap
Or should I say, “what a tricky mind”! How did you first read the title? Following the first delivery of my “Understanding the Mind” webinar we received some great questions about demonstrating how the mind works. Allow me to clarify the word ‘works’. In this instance, it truly has multiple meanings – how it functions, how … Continue reading What, a tricky mind?
Mind you, I studied neurochemistry, but am not a practicing neuroscientist. I do however actively study leadership and productivity, and have done so for more than 30 years. During that time I have continually monitored advances in our understanding of brain science. Perhaps the most asked question during and after my Understanding the Mind webinar … Continue reading Mental Sprint and Recover by Steven Fullmer PMP
Seventeen simultaneous tracks focused on the Talent Triangle: Technical Project Management, Leadership, and Strategic/Business Management. While I continue to digest the wealth of information provided at the 2013 PMI Global Congress from a single track, I can scarcely imagine what I missed. Every keynote and every Area of Focus session provided inspiration, challenged attendees to change the … Continue reading PMI Global Congress 2013 – Nuggets of Wisdom
Previous versions of the Project Management Body of Knowledge® seldom mentioned leadership. At least not the term or related terminology. The PMBOK® 5th Ed. now more appropriately addresses the role of a project manager as a leader, visionary, mentor, coach, networker and manager. Tribal Leadership by Dave Logan, John King, and Halee Fischer-Wright introduces a powerful new … Continue reading Video -PMP Project Management and Tribal Leadership
This is part 2 of the PMI Global Congress 2012 in Vancouver, BC. For part 1, see PMI Global Congress 2012 – First Report. The focus for the week is Change The congress kicked off with a keynote from Marcus Buckingham, author of Standout. Marcus is a proponent of identifying and enhancing one’s unique strengths. … Continue reading PMI Global Congress 2012 excerpts – How to be a Leader