Communication style - Effective Communication In Project Management

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Presentation I ve done during PMI Global Congress which discuss about Communication Style in Project Management, this is a powerful tool to be perform an effective communication in Project Management

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Communication style - Effective Communication In Project Management

  1. 1. Information Technology and Telecommunications Specific Interest GroupThis is the property of Project Management Institute and may not bereproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  2. 2. Understanding your Communication Style Nelson Rosamilha,PMP,BB Regional Chair Soth America July, 1This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not bereproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  3. 3. Agenda • Introduction • Types Of Communication Style • Your communication Style • Conclusion www.pmisp.org.br 3This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not bereproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  4. 4. IntroductionThis is the property of Project Management Institute and may not bereproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  5. 5. Introduction  Individuals have various preferences for both communicating with others and interpreting the communications from others.  Good communication skills require a high level of self-awareness.  Understanding Communication Styles Can Advance Your Relationships and Your Career Prospects  You can make another person more comfortable with you by selecting and emphasizing certain behaviors that fit within your personality and resonate with another  Truly effective communication requires an understanding of other peoples styles as well as our own 5This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not bereproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  6. 6. Introduction • Recruiter: "Can you tell me, Dr. Smith, what you liked and didnt like about our candidate Alice whom you met today?" • Dr. Smith: "Well, she certainly isnt going to receive an offer from us. I found her to be quite the opposite of what we are looking for." • Recruiter: "Im confused. Alice has exactly the set of skills that you told me you were seeking. What happened?" • Dr. Smith: "She did a fairly good job in her seminar, but in her individual meetings she had all the personality of a cinder block. She did OK with one or two of our technical staff, but in my meeting with her she appeared wooden and disinterested, and I had similar feedback from my boss. In this job, we need a person who can communicate up and down different levels of staff."This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not bereproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  7. 7. Types Of Communication StyleThis is the property of Project Management Institute and may not bereproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
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  9. 9. This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not bereproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  10. 10. This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not bereproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  11. 11. Your Communication StyleThis is the property of Project Management Institute and may not bereproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  12. 12. Your communcation Style ? ? ? ?This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not bereproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  13. 13. Conclusion The Golden Rule is wrong! • As you know, the Golden Rule tells us to treat others as we ourselves would like to be treated. Sounds very nice, but do you think that the reserved person really wants to be treated in the same way as the open person? No way! So what you have to do is to remember the spirit of the Golden Rule as opposed to the letter: Treat others as their style indicates they would like to be treated.This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not bereproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.

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