Becoming a PM with UPR

Becoming a PM with UPR

Amber McMillan

Becoming a PM with UPR. Unconditional positive regard was established by Carl Rogers, famed psychologist as a framework to help increase acceptance and respect for all. As PM’s, there is much benefit to utilizing it as a non-judgmental approach to leading project teams. In this Project Bite, learn how to leverage UPR to take oneself out of the role of authority and demonstrate a desire for a collaborative, collective relationship with team members and stakeholders.

Amber McMillan, Victoria, BC - amber@ambermcmillan.com

Leadership Educator, Non-Profit Expert, Executive Educator, Thought Leader, Online Content Creator and Speaker Amber is a diversely skilled professional with unique approach for innovating and leading projects in various environments. With experience in all aspects of project, change and people management as well as operations and organizational strategy, she is committed to the highest of standards, works diligently to create positive working environments and is motivated by her own contagious enthusiasm. With tangible credentials and over 25 years of experience in both profit and not-for-profit environments, she is well equipped to contribute her skill set in complex organizations in need of dynamic and proprietary services.

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Becoming a PM with UPR

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