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The People and Projects Podcast, where we bring interviews and insights to help you deliver projects and lead teams.

People and Projects Podcast: Project Management Podcast Andy Kaufman, PMP, PMI-ACP

    • Economía y empresa

The People and Projects Podcast, where we bring interviews and insights to help you deliver projects and lead teams.

    PPP 362 | Surprising Lessons from the Science of Motivation

    PPP 362 | Surprising Lessons from the Science of Motivation

    Staying Motivated to Get Things Done How do we stay motivated when we’re pursuing our goals? And what can we learn from motivational science to help us both at work and at home? We’re joined today by one of the most important voices in motivational science, Dr. Ayelet Fishbach. Ayelet is the author of a new book entitled Get It Done: Surprising Lessons from the Science of Motivation.
    In this episode, Ayelet will talk about some of the biggest myths or misunderstandings about motivation--some that I think you’ll recognize. She’ll talk about the importance of how we frame goals and how putting a number to them makes a big difference. She’ll explain the planning fallacy and how that impacts us individually and with our projects. Ayelet will help us better understand if we should reflect on the progress we’ve made--or how far we have to go yet. And throughout the discussion, we’ll apply the learning to goals like project delivery, team motivation, earning a certification, exercising, losing weight, and even parenting! It’s a conversation I’m looking forward to sharing with you.
    Learn more about Ayelet and her book at https://AyeletFishbach.com/.
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    Talent Triangle: Leadership
     
    I Am Running with Temporary Success from a Monstrous Vacuum in Pursuit by Chris Zabriskie
    Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heo0oXDa8ck
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    Early Riser by Kevin MacLeod
    Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2315niU5WBY
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    • 36 min
    PPP 361 | Leading Virtual Teams Across Cultures—In The Trenches With Yasmina Khelifi

    PPP 361 | Leading Virtual Teams Across Cultures—In The Trenches With Yasmina Khelifi

    In The Trenches With Yasmina Khelifi Every once in a while we have a type of episode that we call In the Trenches. It’s an episode that interviews someone who is actively working in a project leadership role, allowing us to benefit from the lessons they have been learning over the years.
    I’m glad to welcome our guest today, Yasmina Khelifi, from Paris, France. Yasmina has been a leader in the telecom industry for many years and is an active blogger on projectmanagement.com. She has extensive experience working with international teams, providing her unique insights into how culture factors into leading and communicating.
    Learn more about Yasmina on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/yasminakhelifi-pmp-telecom/ and on ProjectManagement.com.
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    Talent Triangle: Strategic and Business Management
     
    Le Baguette by Alexander Naka
    Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4784-le-baguett
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    Let Me Be Free by Sascha Ende®
    Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/164-let-me-be-free
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    • 44 min
    PPP 360 | How Hands On Should You Stay? Mistakes That Managers Make, With Dr. Janet Polach

    PPP 360 | How Hands On Should You Stay? Mistakes That Managers Make, With Dr. Janet Polach

    Mistakes (New) Managers Make If you are currently in a management role, do you remember what it was like when you first took on that new position? Do you remember what your struggles were?
    Janet Polach joins us today to talk about her book The Seven Mistakes New Managers Make: How to Avoid Them and Thrive. Though it’s a book for new managers, my take is that we could all benefit from being reminded about the traps we can easily fall into as we seek to become more effective leaders.
    Learn more about Janet and her book at InTheLead.co.
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    Talent Triangle: Leadership
     
    Crime Time by Frank Schröter
    Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/9136-crime-time
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    It's Funky by Frank Schröter
    Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/8061-it-s-funky
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    • 29 min
    PPP 359 | Improve Your Team Culture In 15 Minutes? Brad Federman Tells Us How

    PPP 359 | Improve Your Team Culture In 15 Minutes? Brad Federman Tells Us How

    Developing Culture Beyond the Theory You know that the culture of your team and organization is critical to your ability to get work done. But here’s my observation: most books on culture stay too theoretical. They share models for understanding what culture is. They have high-level processes for transforming culture. And despite nodding my head while reading these books, I find they’re often not sufficiently practical. How do we, in practice, develop culture over time?
    That’s the focus of Brad Federman’s new book entitled Cultivating Culture: 101 Ways to Foster Engagement in 15 Minutes or Less. Brad joined us way back in episode 36 to talk about engaging our team members and he’s back with a new book to help us develop our team culture.
    Learn more about Brad and his book at BradFederman.com.
    For more on this topic of culture, check out the following episodes:
    Episode 25 with MIT Fellow Ed Schein Episode 251 with former Facebook leader Mike Rognlien Episode 252 with Marcus Buckingham   Join our Global LEAD52 Community Ready to take your leadership skills to the next level? LEAD52 is your 5-minute weekly pass to leadership intelligence. You get 52 weeks of learning, delivered right to your inbox, taking less than 5 minutes a week. And it's all for free. Join us at https://GetLEAD52.com.
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    Talent Triangle: Leadership
     
    Funky Corporation by chilledmusic
    Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/8072-funky-corporation
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    We Have Fun by Frank Schröter
    Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/9161-we-have-fun-
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    • 38 min
    PPP 358 | How Compassionate Leaders Deliver Results

    PPP 358 | How Compassionate Leaders Deliver Results

    What Is Compassionate Leadership? In this episode, we’re continuing a series about rehumanizing the workplace. From conversations with so many of you, I know that you desire to lead in a way that builds people up and delivers results. It’s not one or the other--it’s both.
    Well, that idea of leading with empathy while delivering results is the premise of a new book by Donato Tramuto entitled The Double Bottom Line: How Compassionate Leaders Captivate Hearts and Deliver Results.
    In this episode, Donato will talk about what compassionate leadership means--and what it doesn’t mean. He’ll talk about how empathy is part of the equation--but not enough. He’ll talk about the role trust has in compassionate leadership--and how we can take practical steps to increase trust with those we lead. Donato will talk about why he doesn’t particularly like the term feedback, but also how we can help someone improve their performance in a compassionate way. Throughout it all, you'll get to know a genuinely interesting person--someone who is making this world better through his focus on compassionate leadership.
    Learn more about Donato and his book at DonatoTramuto.com.
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    Talent Triangle: Leadership
     
    Life of a Dog by Alexander Nakarada
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    Switch by Sascha Ende®
    Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/489-switch
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    Don Quixote - Act I finale (Marianela Nuñez and Carlos Acosta, The Royal Ballet) on YouTube at YouTube.com/watch?v=5fKxzQ8ARTQ

    • 36 min
    PPP 357 | Loneliness On Your Team—And What You Can Do About It, With Author Steven Van Cohen

    PPP 357 | Loneliness On Your Team—And What You Can Do About It, With Author Steven Van Cohen

    The Crisis of Loneliness One of my least favorite phrases over the last couple of years is the term Social distancing. I understand the idea and I worked to be diligent about keeping others safe. But that’s physical distancing--and that had its place. Social distancing, on the other hand, has been arguably devastating.
    My guest today says that, without even realizing it, we are subtly turning our backs on humanity every day. Steven Van Cohen joins us today to talk about his new book entitled Connectable: How Leaders Can Move Teams From Isolated to All In.
    It’s a book about the crisis of loneliness and in today’s discussion, Steven talks about the difference between loneliness and solitude. He shares some of the biggest contributors to modern-day loneliness and how we, as leaders, can strive to foster more belonging on our teams. Steven includes ways to help us more easily spot lonely workers and invest in connection. It's a conversation I can't wait to share with you.
    Learn more about Steven, his co-author, and their book at LessLonely.com.
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    Talent Triangle: Leadership
     
    Helium Is In High Demand by Tim Kulig
    Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/9168-helium-is-in-high-demand
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    Long Way by Frank Schröter
    Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/8245-long-way
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    The Beatles – Eleanor Rigby (From “Yellow Submarine”) on YouTube at Youtube.com/watch?v=HuS5NuXRb5Y

    • 44 min

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