We’ve all been there. That point in a critical business project where the outlook appears grim. Even though you planned out the project, you engaged your stakeholders, and you analyzed what you thought were all the risks, but unforeseen challenges arose. As a project manager, it’s your job to rally your team. So, how do you accomplish that without appearing overly optimistic? Find out here.
“Wow still musing over the inspiring information shared at the LeadingAge GA/SC Annual conference especially from the Speaker Alana M. Hill. Mrs. Hill you truly brought into focus the word (Catalyst = Reason). I left the conference energized and ready to serve at a greater level the Elders that live in the senior community that I managed with greater passion and purpose and also to implement elders talks/activities so that they recognize for the years that are ahead of them to have fun and live life on purpose.”
F. Price, Psalm 23 Project / Promise Project