Do You Find Managing a Project Overwhelming?
Project management requires you to dip your toe in every part of the process of a project.
It requires excellent communication skills with various people from different backgrounds and personalities.
Confidently communicating with varying personality types doesn’t come easy to most, and it can often get frustrating when there are communication barriers.
Here’s How We Can Help!
Working with hundreds of companies with diverse backgrounds and cultures, we have narrowed down the main pain points that project managers face and specific problems you may encounter in your environment.
We want to give you the right skills to take on the crucial role of project management and successfully coordinate all aspects of the project.
What to expect
This course will help you develop your communication skills concerning managing stakeholders and projects across various departments and levels.
You will learn:
- Confidence and listening for cues.
- Profiling stakeholders.
- How to identify your stakeholders.
- How to manage stakeholders’ expectations.
- Tips on getting only relevant input.
- To manage timelines through project plans.
- How to use business terminology with stakeholders.
- To build communication plans around stakeholders.
- How language impacts effective communication and assertiveness.
- To use the RASCI project management model (Responsible, Accountable, Supportive, Consulted, and Informed stakeholders).
Push Your Business Forward
Let’s start with a FREE consultation to understand your needs.
We’ll take your skills to the next level with our interactive training course.
Take charge of your next project and lead it to success!
How A Bad Project Manager Can Hurt a Project
As a project manager, you’re accountable for whether a project is successful or not.
If you do not possess the leadership skills to navigate a project and adapt your communication depending on the department, your stakeholders will question and challenge you.
Inspire Team Members to Push the Envelope.
Being a good project manager means possessing specific technical skills and leadership qualities that motivate others to push themselves to create the best results.
When learning what makes a good project manager, you will be able to create repeatable processes, techniques, and guidelines, increase your chances of success, and deliver projects consistently and on time.
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”My expectations were to get a structure in how I should manage my projects going forward. I am very satisfied with the course. It's the perfect course for people starting to work with project management in a smaller scale. A great opportunity to learn the basis of what’s important. I think Luke was great and a person that kept me interested, great facilitator and teacher.Play’n GoCulture and Change Manager, 2023
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For classroom/face-to-face sessions, the minimum number of delegates must be met. However, for remote sessions we would need at least 2 delegates to be present online.
No, the price will not be deducted. However, as an alternative option, we urge you to sign up to our newsletter to receive our monthly schedule for external courses. External courses are delivered to a mixed group of one-off delegates that need to attend a specific training course.
Sure! We run external courses on a regular basis. Please, sign up for our newsletter to receive our monthly schedule for external courses in your inbox. External courses are delivered to a mixed group of one-off delegates that need to attend a specific training course.
This is entirely up to you. Our trainers can come to your offices or to a venue of your choosing. Alternatively, we can book the sessions ourselves at the 1926 Hotel & Spa, Sliema, where we hold all of our External Courses.
We’re not going to stop you if you feel comfortable taking your own notes. However, we always send a recap sheet to our delegates, detailing points from the training.
Yes, there are always two breaks in each session to allow you to reset your brain or quickly check that all is okay back at the office.