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Sunday, 11 November 2007 11:49

Can’t We All Just Get Along?

No, we cannot all get along all of the time. It is unrealistic to think that all team members will absolutely agree with you or with each other all of the time. I f every time you are together, there is never any disagreement, look out – you have problems.

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Tuesday, 21 August 2007 12:49

Project Manager/Consultant

This is an article about the interview process and a recent job seeking experience of mine. I am interested in finding out how often a scenario such as this takes place in today's environment. Is it something that just happens on occasion or does experience, age, communication skill, etc. influence the situation? Your comments are welcome.

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Tuesday, 10 July 2007 11:50

5 Things NOT to say during a meeting

Every now and then I say things that get me into trouble.  I’ll be sitting in another exciting meeting and that part of my brain that is supposed to keep me from making a fool of myself falls asleep.  It usually happens when the facilitator has allowed someone to monopolize the discussion or the topic is going nowhere.

Based on those types of meetings I have learned that there is a list of things you shouldn’t say.  Here are 5 things you will want to add to your list: 

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Monday, 30 April 2007 09:58

Confrontational Conversations

It was a rough game.  During the week I spend my life as a mild mannered project manager, but on the weekends I turn into an AYSO Soccer Referee.  Unfortunately this time there was trouble.  The blue coach was the one that started pushing my buttons.  It probably started right at the beginning when I informed him that his spectator’s dog had to leave the field.  From then on he questioned everything and generally caused me grief.  I ended up calling both coaches to the center of the field and loudly telling them to knock it off.  It was my first such confrontational conversation as a ref.
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