Author Archives: Michael Charles, PMP / PM Leadership Coach

About Michael Charles, PMP / PM Leadership Coach

Michael has over 13 years of experience in corporate America working as a management consultant to JP Morgan Chase, Bank of New York Mellon, JetBlue, Con Edison, Verizon and New York City Office of the Mayor among others. He is a contributing author to the "Handbook of Business Strategy Series 2007" and currently works as a leadership coach, trainer and speaker. As a Certified John Maxwell Coach and a Project Manager, Michael is uniquely qualified to help project managers and team leaders drive better, quality results through their teams.

8 Key Elements of Leadership – Tested and proven in the field

I have been going through my reasearch files, cleaning up and sorting things and I found a few things that I would like to share with you. The first is “8 key elements of leadership”…

Communicating to Connect and Influence – Tips

Learn how to communicate, connect and influence others in your organization or inner circle in a world where having a position, title or legal authority is no longer enough to effectively lead.

Best of 2012

Happy New Year! This year (2012) has been quite a success for us here at Leading With Intent. We completed a 12-month virtual seminar series covering topics such as “In Touch with Your Dreams”, “Becoming a…

“How to Find and Do Work you Love” – Scott Dinsmore’s TEDx Video

Finding and doing work you love is one of many ways to lead yourself with intention. When you do work you love, you give it your all and no one needs to motivate you to…

Stop the Stinking Thinking – Time To Think Differently

My friend Bob Kittridge from Kittrige Connections post this today on his blog and I think it is appropriate and fitting based all of the articles and social media posts I’ve read or heard of…

Could “working” be the most dangerous form of procrastination?

  Are there times when you’ve put off work under the disguise of being busy doing “other important” work? Do you find that most of those times the “other important work” is not as important?…

Could “working” be the most dangerous form of procrastination?

Are there times when you’ve put off work under the disguise of being busy doing “other important” work? Do you find that most of those times the “other important work” is not as important? If you’re…