Daryl Gunnarson knows plenty about project management. He’s been a certified PMP for approximately 20 years. He worked for Proctor & Gamble for 32 years where he went from a new business start-up leader to directing the integrations necessary of a professional management company operating on the world stage.
I’ve trained and coached many project managers over the years, as well as teach thousands in their pursuit to achieve their PMP© or CAPM© certification. One thing I’ve learned is that there are a few things that truly differentiate a project leader from a project manager. Those that can achieve “leadership” are in high demand and have the ability to truly effect change throughout an organization. In this blog post, I look into a few things to master if you want to be a leader:
In 2012, Florida-based Core Performance Concepts (CPC) and Ohio-based Max Technical Training (MAX) began working together to bring a Project Management course offering to MAX students. It has proven to be a partnership that has led to hundreds of qualified, certified Project Management Professionals (PMP®) realizing successful careers.