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  • Leadership

    Knowledge, skills and behaviors specific to motivating and guiding others. Leadership is the ability to articulate a vision and guide or influence others to help achieve that objective. Examples of topics that would fall under the “Leadership” skill area of the Talent Triangle.

    • Negotiation
    • Conflict management
    • Motivation
    • Giving/receiving feedback
    • Influencing
    • Problem solving
    • Team building
    • Emotional intelligence
  • Strategic and Business Management

    Knowledge of and expertise in the industry or organization that enhances performance and better delivers business outcomes. Strategic and Business Management is the ability to connect the dots between your work and larger organizational strategy to drive project outcomes. It helps us have a better understanding of overall business context. Examples of topics that would fall under the “Strategic and Business Management” segment of the Talent Triangle include:

    • Business acumen
    • Finance
    • Operational functions (e.g. marketing, legal)
    • Strategic planning/alignment
    • Contract management
    • Complexity management
  • Technical Project Management

    Knowledge, skills, and behaviors related to specific domains of project, program and portfolio management or the technical aspects of performing one’s job/role. This skill area will vary from certification to certification. For example, the technical skills required for agile project management are different than those needed to function in a program management role. However, there could be areas of overlap. Examples of topics that would fall under the “Technical Project Management” include: Requirements gathering techniques

    • Project controls and scheduling
    • Risk management
    • Scope management
    • Agile tools and techniques
    • Certification maintenance courses

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