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PMOs Supporting Modern Project Management – Coaching

We’ve talked about this a lot at PMO Flashmob – coaching skills.

Skills we could be using to better support those we work within the delivery organisation – skills we could be using within the PMO itself to increase performance and maturity.

We’ve talked about the differences between mentoring and coaching – we’ve also talked about being skilled to coach others.

There is one thing we’ve agreed on over the years, using different coaching skills is one way for the PMO to really help people deliver projects and programmes more successfully – yet equally, we’re perhaps not as qualified to do it as we should be.

You can check out some previous sessions like Coaching in All Directions – Coaching Skills for PMO Professionals and Using a Coaching Model in the PMO.

Over the next few weeks we are going to cover several different frameworks, approaches and techniques that the modern project practitioner can utilise in their day-to-day work that make a difference to people and their performance levels. We also share ten different things your PMO can be thinking about to make a real difference to the performance of your PMO. We’re going to look at the following areas:

servant leadership;
facilitation,
coaching and;
conflict management.

In this third article of our PMOs Supporting Modern Project Management series, we take a look at coaching.

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