How to create a culture of success for your projects, your team and yourself.
52 chapters; 52 ways you can transform your delivery, be a great leader, galvanise your team, enjoy work and delight your stakeholders!
This book has 20 years at the delivery coalface as its foundation but is written for the way we work now.
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Praise for The Conscious Project Leader
“The first project management book I’ve read that I haven’t been able to put down.”
“With his human-orientated approach, Colin’s book is simple, easy to read and is a breath of fresh air!”
“Loved this funny and practical handbook for leaders of projects.”
“What I love about this book is the focus on creating a space for amazing to happen. It’s great for project managers and relevant for any group trying to nudge the wheel of progress.”
“The Conscious Project Leader is the refreshing change of approach that project management has been dying for (and literally ‘dying’ is the right word here, just read the stats in this book). A must read for project leaders to stay relevant and effective.”
“Fantastic read. Really recommend this to any manager, leader or prospective leader. I couldn’t put the book down.”
“This is a must read for anyone who works in the project space!”
“Delivering successful projects depends on a good balance of leadership, culture and methods, and this book will help you understand how to achieve that.”
“A cracker of a book – easy to read and practical in its application. A must read for newbies and veterans alike for anyone managing teams in the workplace or society at large, I trust you will enjoy it as much as I did.”
“A fresh perspective on project management, resulting in a book that you cannot put down.” – Read the full review on Virtual Project Consulting
“Required reading for all leaders.”
“Mindfulness, courage, personality and fun. Words you don’t usually come across in a book about project management. Well, they are in abundance here - and it gives me hope for the future of Project Management.”
“Each chapter is a bite-sized treasure chest of insights, tips and anecdotes to help project leaders make projects a more enjoyable and rewarding experience for all involved. Colin has a writing style that is very entertaining, easy to read and full of personality.”
“Accessible and personable; pragmatic and actionable. An easy read, with valuable insights for new starters and experienced hands alike. Worth reading, worth sharing.”
“When I think of project management I think of spreadsheets and Gantt charts and rulers and calculators. In other words, the non-human elements of project management. Colin Ellis’s approach is from the non-traditional angle: it’s human orientated. Colin’s book is simple and easy to read and is a breath of