With today’s state of affairs with the increasing trend of remote work, project managers who enjoyed the benefits of being in the office are now in a situation to maintain their authority and keep connected in this new normal of virtual project management. While virtual project management is not new, the expectations and the norms of today require tapping into key skills and building great habits to ensure that the virtual project managers of the future are seen and heard, and working diligently to make a clear connection with all stakeholders. From this session participants will:
- List the 5 great habits to lead in a virtual world
- Identify a key tip for each habit to implement
- Develop an action plan to implement a habit and tip into future projects
PMI Talent Triangle: Leadership
CRYSTAL J. RICHARDS
Crystal is the Principal and Owner of Mosaic Resource Group, a talent development consulting firm with a focus on helping overwhelmed teams improve their project management skills so they can lead projects with clarity, courage, and confidence. She has 20 years of experience in healthcare management and project management working with private- and public-sector clients.
Crystal is a dynamic trainer, results-oriented facilitator, and versatile project manager and is dedicated to bringing out the best in people having served with multiple organizations as a trainer and mentor.
An Army Brat, Crystal enjoys the simpler things in life like taking her Senior lab for a hike in Maryland’s state parks, tending to her vegetable garden, Dunkin’ Donuts® coffee, and mastering her latest obsession: roller skating.
The Cheerleader in Action – The CIA
5 Ways I Add Value to the Team:
- I partner with clients to address their business needs by
leveraging their most important asset – their people!
- I provide client-centered solutions to transform performance
into business success.
- Expert consultative experience from the Big 4 firms to small-sized organizations.
- It is my goal to bring out the best in your people.
- I am passionate in what I do.
What Movie or Song Best Represents My Approach to Talent Development?
“Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey.
Finish this sentence: “The Best Mentor I Ever Had…”
…my father. He didn’t think I was listening, but I was.
If I were a fictional character, I would be…
Elaine Benes from Seinfeld.
Three of my core values are:
Creativity, Consistency, Relationships