Bravery in Project Management
Most people don’t think of themselves as brave. They make unreasonable and unrealistic comparisons to others whose behaviors may or may not actually be brave. In this course, instructor Ruth Pearce explores how project managers can be brave and why it is so important. Ruth explains what bravery is and what it is not, then dives into three types of bravery and some popular misconceptions. She helps you identify times when you have already been brave as a project manager and what bravery looks like in others and in you. Ruth discusses knowing when to be brave and when to walk away. She covers what bravery has to do with successful project management and highlights being hopeful, strong, brave, and curious as a project manager. Brave project managers are key to project success!