The Four Quadrants of the Emotionally Intelligent Successful Project Manager
What are the skills and traits that make for a successful project manager? I remember in my youth a television show; The Six Million Dollar Man. The premise was that an astronaut, Steve Austin is severely injured, and he is rebuilt at a cost of Six million dollars (in the 70’s, now worth over 35 million dollars). He became superhuman. What of we could make a six-million-dollar project manager? What skills and traits would be put in them?
The four quadrants of a successful project manger are based on the concepts from Daniel Goleman’s Emotional Intelligence. They are self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management. We will explore what we can do to develop and mature these four areas. We will examine the tools and concepts available to us to become “impactful and successful” project LEADERS.
Project Management Guru | Author | Keynote | Servant Leader
Wayne is the President of 360° Training Solutions (www.360trainingsolutions.com), A Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business. Wayne is the Past-President of PMI Tampa Bay (2017) and is a John C. Maxwell certified Speaker, Trainer, Teacher, and Consultant. Wayne teaches, speaks, and consults on project management, agile management, change management, quality management, leadership and team development, curriculum development, and return on investment (ROI) around the world to Fortune 500 companies. He has over 25 years’ experience from the Air Force as a project manager for AF technology training and curriculum development programs. Wayne co-authored “Project Management ROI: A Step-by-Step Guide for Measuring the Impact and ROI for Projects”. Wayne has developed and taught numerous programs for Villanova University and The Florida Institute of Technology. Wayne is currently an adjunct faculty member for The Florida Institute of Technology. While in the AF Wayne was well known as a Master Instructor. Wayne taught Air Traffic Control Radar maintenance, developed on-the-job-training guides and interactive video training. Wayne spent several years in faculty development at Keesler AFB training over 1,000 instructors on the base in the fine area of instruction, course design, and other advanced instructional topics. Wayne’s proudest program was as a part of an AF wide effort to roll-out ethics training to ensure that the USAF was the best in the world. Wayne became a full-time project management instructor in 1998 and was certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP) in 1999. Wayne is very active within the Project Management Institute (PMI), he has worked on the PMBOK Guide 4th, 5th, 6th, and now the 7th edition revisions. Wayne also was the 2017 PMI Tampa Bay President. Wayne has numerous certifications in the areas of project management, agile management, return-on-investment, change management, and leadership. Wayne is also certified in emotional intelligence, MBTI, and DiSC assessments.
|Event Date||04-16-2020 6:30 pm|
|Event End Date||04-16-2020 7:30 pm|
|Registration Start Date||03-27-2020|
|Cut off date||12-31-2020 11:00 pm|