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LEADERSHIP AND PROJECT    MANAGEMENT:  TWINS SEPARATED AT BIRTHpresented byLou Russell,Russell Martin & Associates(317) 47...
How Can I Get More HELP?  At www.russellmartin.com:      • Email me for the PDF      info@russellmartin.com and a free EQ ...
© Developed byRussell Martin & Associateswww.russellmartin.com
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What Is A Project?Consider the following:1.   If you CANNOT finish it in less then four hours     uninterrupted...2. If yo...
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Leadership and Project Management: Twins Separated at Birth

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eLearning is a strategy to grow performance; it has no relevance until it relates to an organizational problem or strategy. Thus, successful eLearning solutions require project management and leadership to work concurrently and in real time.

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Leadership and Project Management: Twins Separated at Birth

  1. 1. LEADERSHIP AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT: TWINS SEPARATED AT BIRTHpresented byLou Russell,Russell Martin & Associates(317) 475-9311info@russellmartin.com@nolecturewww.russellmartin.com Slide 1
  2. 2. How Can I Get More HELP? At www.russellmartin.com: • Email me for the PDF info@russellmartin.com and a free EQ assessment •Purchase the Infoline at www.astd.org •Purchase learning, assessments, EQ course (in-a-box), books, webinars •Get our LEARNING FLASH e-zine for more tips and tools •Find out about public webinars and workshops •Buy fun stuff in the store © Developed by Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  3. 3. © Developed byRussell Martin & Associateswww.russellmartin.com
  4. 4. © Developed byRussell Martin & Associateswww.russellmartin.com
  5. 5. © Developed byRussell Martin & Associateswww.russellmartin.com
  6. 6. What’s on Your To-Do List? © Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  7. 7. What Is A Project?Consider the following:1. If you CANNOT finish it in less then four hours uninterrupted...2. If you need anyone else’s help…3. If it has been on your to-do list for more then one month…4. If you are unsure how to measure DONE… © Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  8. 8. A Model for High Performance High Performing Team Trust / Alignment Accountability (self / others) Behaviors / MotivatorsBehaviors / Motivators Strengths and Processes, Roles, Challenges Measures EQ Vision, Mission, Values Vision, Mission, Values Emotional Intelligence SELF © Developed by TEAM Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  9. 9. © Developed by9 Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  10. 10. © Developed byRussell Martin & Associateswww.russellmartin.com
  11. 11. Defining Emotional IntelligenceAn team or individual withmediocre IQ but high EQwill outperform a team withthe highest IQ and lowEQ. DISC Decision Making Motivators Competency (Superior Performance) Behavior 360 Cognition Assessments Performance EQ Multiple Reviews Intelligence Memory © Developed by Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  12. 12. Dare to Steps to Great Projects Properly Manage Resources! Define Plan Manage Review ENDSTART initiate plan monitor close 1. Set Business 1. Determine 1. Control work 1. Close the project Objectives Milestones in progress 2. Turn over 2. Establish Project 2. Schedule 2. Provide deliverables Scope Task status and 3. Hold Project Dependencies feedback 3. Set Project Review Objectives 3. Adjust for 3. Leverage 4. Celebrate Resource Governance 4. Mitigate Risks accomplishments Dependencies 4. Resolve 5. Establish Constraints 4. Create budget conflict 6. Plan communications 7. Establish Governance Plan © Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  13. 13. Projects are Flash MobsProject ProjectManager Sponsor Dance Of The Commuters: 400- strong flash mob gets funky at Liverpool Street Station Project Stakeholders © Developed by Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  14. 14. Project Charter: United Way Business Objectives (Increase Revenue, Avoid Cost) Primary: Employee: Loyalty and pride, sense of belonging which leads to retention and better recruitment to avoid the cost of re-hiring. Secondary: Build good will and establish 3rd party relationships which can serve as a crisis shield should their be crises about business or brand to improve revenue. Governance Charities Needs Sponsor Budget : CEO Project Objectives Status • 30-50% of all employees are involved Volunteers • Projects should have a minimum duration of 2 hours and a maximum Volunteer Communication Plan duration of 5 hours (9AM-2PM) Food • Include at least one on-site assembly project for employees who Day cannot leave the worksite Scope Diagram Project Budget Quick N’ Dirty Risk: Training Corporate Size (1-10 big) _____3______ Schedule Available Communication Structure (1-10 no reqmnts) _____6_______ Technology (1-10 new) _____3_______ Average _____4_______ Catering Employees Constraints: Can’t move Moves little Negotiate Time Published day, can’t be moved Cost Not an unlimited budget Quality/Scope Could do a smaller eventRISK FACTOR LIKELIHOOD (L, M, H) IMPACT (L, M, H) PREVENT BY REACT BYThere are not enough M H Increased communication ahead of time Ask volunteers to askvolunteers friendsType of charity work is not M H Visit charity early to clarify scope of Negotiate scope of workrealistic for our volunteers work © Developed by Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  15. 15. Business Change Technology More Risk Barriers to LearningWorkload © Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  16. 16. Issue Issues become tasks © Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  17. 17. Project Charter: United WayCommunications StrategyStakeholder Goal Frequency Medium GoalProject Sponsor All is well Weekly Email Status ReportProject Sponsor All is well Weekly Visit Pop In…Construction Schedule Weekly Email Status ReportGovernance StrategyType of Change (requirements, Final Decision Makers Consulted Commentsbudget, scope, etc.)Change in budget, schedule Project Sponsor Project ManagerChange in requirements Subject Matter Expert Project Manager Assumes no change in budget, scheduleQuality Issues Project Manager Functional Area © Developed by Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  18. 18. A Simple Spreadsheet Task Task Helpers Due Comments Complete Owner Finalize Maria 6/8/11 √ Project Charter Survey Crew Tim: 6/12/11 Vendor Study SME Maria 6/12/11 Content Create Draft Maria 6/15/11 Guide Review and Jo: Gold 6/20/11 Approve Standards Content Allows you to sort by date, task manager, or completed © Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  19. 19. How Do You Feel?1. Name the positive emotion you just experienced as you imagined this story on this line. The emotion you felt : __________.2. Rank the intensity of that emotion (1 = low, 10 = high): _____.3. What factors contributed to your feelings about the successes? © Developed by Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  20. 20. How Do You Feel?1. Name the negative emotion you just experienced as you imagined this story on this line. The emotion you felt: __________.2. Rank the intensity of that emotion (1 = low, 10 = high): _____.3. What factors contributed to your feelings about the problems? © Developed by Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  21. 21. 100% people said… stress worse than75% a generation ago job is50% extremely stressful25% job is #1 stressor © Developed by Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com
  22. 22. 100% stress worse than This information was a generation ago obtained in the 1990s in75% large surveys by job is Northwestern National extremely Life Insurance Co, stressful Princeton Survey50% Research Associates, St. Paul Fire and Marine job is #1 Insurance Co., Yale stressor University and The25% Families and Work Institute. © Developed by Russell Martin & Associates www.russellmartin.com

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