You’re finally a project Manager! Now what? Transitioning into the role of project leader
I always wanted to be a project manager. Now that I have my big break, how do I make sure I don’t blow it? How do I transition from individual contributor to being a leader among my peers? How do I convince my team to listen to a shiny new project manager, and how do I get my sponsors and stakeholders to trust that I will deliver? In this 50 - 55 min presentation followed by a 25 - 30 min panel discussion, our hosts will share their experience and specific techniques that can help you with a successful transition from your old role to that of a project leader.
Learning Objectives & Outcomes
1. Understand techniques for managing the transition from being an individual contributor on a team to leading a team
2. Understand techniques for gaining buy-in and support from a new project team
3. Understand techniques for gaining trust from new stakeholders and sponsors
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