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Leadership

22.09.2014
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Great leadership translates into great business

To be a great leader requires the astute capability to wear many different hats. Leaders need to inspire and be creative, steering and guiding by example. They must be effective communicators, motivating and encouraging others to take ownership. Leaders need to know when to push ahead or when to pull in the reigns. And most of all, a good leader will remain unwaveringly focused on the task at hand — ultimately accountable for the end result.


At PEG, we take pride in the integrity and diversity of our leaders. We retain industry professionals who are committed to honouring the principles of reliability, accountability and flexibility in their management of the company.

Leaders create, inspire and constantly encourage

slider-3Analyze why a project doesn’t go according to plan, and you’ll often see: leadership missing in action. An appointed project manager might know what’s required and may know how to go about doing it, but they might not be acting as a project leader.


Strong, inspiring and encouraging leadership will….

  • inspire a shared vision, task-to-task and project-to-project
  • use effective communication
  • employ integrity and competence to complete a task
  • bring a combined sense of enthusiasm and empathy to the team
  • have the ability to properly delegate tasks
  • stay cool and collected under pressure, never taking their eye off the common goal
  • use effective and inspired team building skills

Successful project management, especially in today’s business environment, is increasingly complex. Compelling management, both of people and the process they implement, is often a critical missing piece.

Problem solving, decisiveness and resilience

To effectively execute your project to a successful and desirable end result, you need successful leadership that involves:

The sheer number of issues and risks apparent with any project management venture makes it difficult to clearly define the most critical tasks at any given time. When you lead with courage, you clarify what’s important and you take a stand to resolve it. You need to quickly confront problems, being decisive and challenging others to make tough decision.

Leaders often emerge

Experience with our clients reveals that project leadership, not just management, is a critical differentiator in project success. Project management without project leadership is likely to result in project failure.

Leadership behaviours need to be learned and often times, leaders simply emerge. Our PEG team has the battle scars, experience, fortitude and thorough understanding to guide your project to a successful and desired outcome. 

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