You are about to embark on a journey that will change the way you look at project management. This introductory module introduces the concept of personal intelligence and frames it against the work you do every day.
In particular, you will learn about "soft" risks associated with your job and learn what organizations like the PMI have done to try to minimize them. You will also have the opportunity to complete a Personal Intelligence assessment.
This module gives you the building blocks you need to move into the rest of the Masterclass program.
Special soft-launch price
The price for this module will not last forever.
Once all 12 modules of the Masterclass are loaded sometime in 2020, the price per module will go up substantially. We're offering this pricing now to get your feedback on how we can deliver a better program!
You'll receive not one, but two actionable reports that analyze the scores from your Personal Intelligence assessment. The first describes your scores in detail, identifies your strengths and areas for improvement. The second maps your Personal Intelligence scores squarely against the demands of your job as a project manager.
Multidimensional Inventory of Personal Intelligence (MIPI)
Individual and Professional Feedback Reports
12 pages, explores your competencies in detail
8 pages, places your scores against the PMI's framework
To our knowledge, there is nothing like this anywhere else. We're so confident you'll find value in this module, we're offering you an unconditional 30-day money back guarantee. Simply write in that you're not happy and we'll refund your money, no questions asked.
- Complete your 103-item Personal Intelligence assessment
- Personal Intelligence and project management
- PM Competency Development Framework: Personal competencies
- Personal Intelligence risk factors for project professionals
- Claiming your PDUs for this module
- Further reading
- References and acknowledgements
- Next module: Emotional Understanding
A. Geoffrey “Geoff” Crane is a Canadian public speaker, researcher and entrepreneur. As with a lot of young professionals, when Geoff began his career he had little experience to draw from. Unceremoniously thrown into a job as project manager, he was forced to navigate on his own through the job’s uncertainty and the interpersonal conflicts that arose between competing stakeholders.
Bringing these hard lessons to academic life, Geoff has become a thought leader studying emotional intelligence within the project management space. He recently graduated from Trent University with a Master's degree in Applied Modelling in Quantitative Methods and the President's Medal for his extensive outreach work.
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