NLP for Project Managers

Make things happen with neuro-linguistic programming

By (author) Peter Parkes

Publication date: 14 Mar 2011

Method and process are important in project management, but knowing how to use them is even more so. As a project manager you can increase your effectiveness most by developing your soft skills, recognising that finesse can be more effective than force. Once developed, you will find that these skills are transferable across project types and whole industry sectors. This book illustrates the application of NLP to develop competencies - better equipping you to communicate across cultures, reframe problems, manage stakeholder groups, resolve conflicts, motivate teams and become an even better leader.
Dr Peter Parkes has held programme director roles in the private and public sectors, public private partnerships and ‘Big 4’ consultancy practices. He is a Fellow of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, the Association for Project Management and the Chartered Management Institute. With the APM he is a Trustee and Board Champion for best practice groups and regular speaker on aspects of project management. He is a professional member of the Association for NLP and an NLP Master Practitioner.

Dimensions: 244x177mm

Print ISBN-13: 9781906124687

Ebook ISBN-13: 9781780170862

240 pages

INTRODUCTION

Part 1 The world of project management
Part 2 The world of NLP
Part 3 Bringing the two worlds together - putting NLP into practice for project management

APPENDICES
Appendix 1 Taking things further
Appendix 2 A virtual week in the life of an effective project manager
Appendix 3 Changing beliefs that limited professional development

Notes
Glossary of NLP terms
Index

To be effective, project managers must learn the language of the boardroom. Peter and this book will help you to do that.

Neville Bain
Institute of Directors