Drive Collective Action and Deliver Results
Leaders often play a crucial role as unofficial project managers in their organizations. They drive strategy and organize projects that support their highest goals. And it’s their job to guide their projects and teams toward success.
In this episode of Be a Better Leader, join us as we talk with FranklinCovey’s vice president of content development and co-author of Project Management for the Unofficial Project Manager, Kory Kogon. Learn the recipe for project success and how to make the biggest impact as an unofficial project manager.
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