Who are responsible for getting change done

Are one or more of these COMMON situations true for you?

  • I have some blind spots.

  • My project is going over budget.

  • My project is tracking late.

  • My project is in the red!

  • People are not giving me the information I need.

  • All I ever get is bad news and complaints.

  • Nobody has time to work on the project I am leading.

  • I keep repeating myself.

  • I gave them access to and sent all the information they need, but I am still getting lots of questions.

  • I feel like I am nagging everyone, or, people treat me like I am nagging them.

  • I’ve never written a communications plan for a project before.

  • I don’t know what preferred senders and receivers are for different types of communication.

  • When people are not tech-literate, I get really frustrated.

  • I often wonder why I am in the middle of every argument about this project.

  • I wonder if I will ever get an answer to my questions.

  • I feel like I am nagging everyone, or, people treat me like I am nagging them.

  • I’ve never written a communications plan for a project before.

  • I don’t know what preferred senders and receivers are for different types of communication.

  • When people are not tech-literate, I get really frustrated.

  • I often wonder why I am in the middle of every argument about this project.

  • I wonder if I will ever get an answer to my questions.

  • Even though this project is a priority, my boss has moved on to other things.

  • I don’t think I am getting the support I need from my leadership.

  • People think this project is a “flavor of the day.”

  • I am experiencing a lot of resistance (passive and direct).

  • I don’t have any direct authority to force people to get their part of this project done.

  • I am not sure about my credibility at work.

  • This project keeps me up at night.

    Managing a project with any of those truths is resulting in lost opportunity and a drain on your life!  Contact us today to prioritize your next breakthrough.

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