As a project manager, one of the most critical abilities you may have is organizing and arranging your time effectively. This entails breaking down a project into manageable pieces, calculating how long it will take to accomplish each work, and setting a timeline for completion. It is essential that you be able to track the progress of the project and make adjustments to the plan as needed after it has begun.
Between all of your other obligations, it's easy to lose sight of the "manager" portion of your "project manager" position. On the other hand, management qualities are important to your success as a project manager since they are the foundation of your career. Consequently, it is vital that you grow both of them simultaneously. You may also learn sophisticated project management techniques that will help you complete your tasks more efficiently and effectively.
In this workshop, it is assumed that participants have a good grasp of project management, including how to establish a statement of work, determine project goals, develop a timeline and budget, manage project risks, and successfully finish a project.
This workshop is offered to groups of 5 or more.