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3 Approaches for Managing Difficult People

3 Approaches for Managing Difficult People

When you see difficult people, it’s generally because their behavior is difficult. You don’t like how they respond to you or their work. And that is something you can deal with.

Here are three situations where a person may come across as being difficult, and how you can help the situation to see better behavior.

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40 Job Interview Questions for Project Managers

40 Job Interview Questions for Project Managers

Whether you are preparing for an interview as a candidate or an interviewer, you’ll be thinking about questions. What are they going to ask me? What are the questions I should ask?

Here are 40 job interview questions for project managers for you to use in your preparations.

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Biases in Project Management and How to Get Rid of Them

Biases in Project Management and How to Get Rid of Them

Are you a biased project manager?

Most people would say “No, definitely not!” – and it’s hopefully a given that you’re not in any way deliberately biased, favoring men over women, or being biased against members of another race.

But we all have biases, even if we don’t notice them. You might already be taking steps to weed out any possible biases during your recruitment process, but that’s definitely not the only time when you need to look out for biases.

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The Ultimate Guide to the Project Life Cycle

The Ultimate Guide to the Project Life Cycle

To ensure the success of a project, it is important for both managers and executives to get familiar with the DOs and DON'Ts of a project life cycle. They need to understand the definition, phases, principles, benefits, and potential resources that support the project life cycle.

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Remote Team Engagement: What Every Project Manager Needs to Know

Remote Team Engagement: What Every Project Manager Needs to Know

Is your remote team engaged with their work? Are they productive and happy?

If not, it’s crucial to focus on what you, as a project manager, can do to improve things.

Keeping remote team members happy and engaged can be tricky. In the office, it’s usually clear who’s slacking off, facing burnout, or simply having a bad day. Remotely, you may have very few clues to go on. If one of your team members is quieter than usual on Slack, for instance, that could mean they’re feeling disengaged … or it could mean that they’re busy doing focused work.

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