Alfonso Bucero, Spain

Alfonso Bucero, Spain
Executive PM Consultant at
BUCERO PM Consulting

Passion, Persistence and Patience
Saturday, Nov 28 at 1:30 pm – 2:00 pm CET

The behaviours and reactions that you have in your work, your house, and with your colleagues and friends have an impact on the persons’ lives around you. You, as a project manager, need to be enthusiastic, persistent, and develop your patience to achieve project success in the projects you manage. In fact, if you want to have a positive impact in your projects, you need to transmit enthusiasm to all your project stakeholders. In that way people will feel more valued and cared by you.

Without enthusiasm good project performance is not possible. If you are a project manager, you need be enthusiastic with your team because otherwise you will demotivate them. It does not matter which are your personal or professional objectives in your life, or what you want to achieve. You can achieve it quicker, you can be more effective, and your contribution can be longer if you learn how to be converted into one enthusiastic person, that transmit enthusiasm.

The focus of this presentation is how the Project manager can assess, develop and use his/her passion, persistence and patience when managing a project, and sharing suggestions and experiences as a project manager practitioner.

Alfonso Bucero, MSc, PMP, PMI-RMP, PfMP, PMI Fellow, and Certified Public Speaker is an independent project management consultant, author and speaker. He is founder, partner and director of BUCERO PM Consulting in Spain. Bucero has a M.S. in Computer Science Engineering.

He is the author of ten project management books and manages projects internationally. He delivers workshops, keynote speeches and consults organizations on project program and portfolio management.

He received the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award on October 9th, 2010. He also received the PMI Fellow Award on October 22nd, 2011 and the PMI Eric Jenett Excellence Award on October 28th 2017.

His motto is Passion, Persistence and Patience and for him every day is a good day (TODAY IS A GOOD DAY! is his preferred sentence).