Projects are delivered by people and their attitudes and skills can make a massive difference to the success of project. The major difference between a project manager and a ‘Master’ project manager lies in the ability to understand that successful Project Management is about the effective utilization of both Hard Skills and Soft Skills. It goes without saying that ‘what’ you do as a project manager is important, but ‘how’ you do it is absolutely critical.
This seminar demonstrates the practice of project management hard and soft skills. It provides a range of tools and techniques that project managers can use to reduce risks and overcome interpersonal hurdles. The seminar presents a number of ‘critical’ habits related to how you manage projects through, and with, people. Issues such as time management, personality types, how to understand and develop your team members, developing your leadership skills, conflict management, negotiation skills, building and motivating your team are comprehensively covered.
This seminar presents insights into:
- Preparing and executing a project plan
- Identifying and analysing project risk
- Selecting and leading project teams
- Determining project health
- Measuring and presenting results against initial goals
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|London, United Kingdom
||Feb 27 - 03 Mar, 2017
Special deals available on group bookings.