During project our colleagues and clients look to PMs for leadership and direction. But when it comes to down to it, PMs rarely have direct power over anyone involved in a project. Instead we rely on our soft skills and winning personalities to coax, entice, and charm people into doing our bidding ...

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Rated 5

Joe Shindelar at 12:13 on 23 Jun 2017

The slides where good, and funny. Helped to keep focus and attention. Talk was informative, fun stories, and well paced.

Rated 5

Adam FUchs at 13:05 on 23 Jun 2017

Whoot whoot! PBride and great information—better than PB&J.

Rated 5

Dan Moriarty at 15:46 on 23 Jun 2017

Interesting take on human nature, psychology and project management. Fun and edgy content.

Super helpful insights and hilarious presentation.

I really needed this. Now I really need to put it into practice.