The meaning of Soft Skills can sometimes be difficult to describe. It can be that unique attribute or characteristic that facilitates great communication. It can be the special way that you show confidence in a challenging situation. The events can become more easily managed with this great workshop.
With our 10 Soft Skills You Need workshop you will begin to see how important it is to develop a core set of soft skills. By managing and looking at the way people interact and seeing things in a new light, you will improve on almost every aspect of your career.
Duration Learning Credits
1 day-8 hours of 8 PDU’s
Public Classroom Pricing:
Early Bird Price: AUD 799.00
Regular Price: AUD 649.00
Instructor-Led Virtual Live Pricing:
Early Bird Price: AUD 699.00
Regular Price: AUD 549.00
Private Group/ In-House Learning:
Have a group of 5 or more people?
Register yourself with a special pricing and
request the training exclusively
Section 1: Concepts, Methodology and Lifecycle review
Section 2: Project Initiation
● Project Charter Essentials
● Stakeholder Analysis – Taking it up a notch
Section 3: Project Planning – Managing what Matters
● Refresher – Planning scope, Time and Cost
● Focusing on what matters
● Planning Risk
● Planning Quality
● Planning Communication
● Establishing a charge control mechanism
Section 4: Project Execution and Control
● Managing Human Resources
● Project Status and Reporting
● Project Controls
Section 5: Closing a Project
● Performing Proper closeout
● Identifying and Implementing Meaningful Lessons
Section 6: Project Integration: Putting it all together
● Project Managers
● Program Managers
● Portfolio Managers
Individuals certified at this level will have demonstrated their ability to:
● Identify key contributors to project failure and apply specific project management techniques to reduce those causes.
● Perform project initiation activities in a meaningful way to build a solid project foundation.
● Construct a robust communication that involves a “team contract” to ensure effective and efficient communication throughout the project.
● Explore key areas of project risk, assess their impact and identify options for responding.
● Discuss the area of quality planning and the measurement of the cost of quality.
● Review planning practices and approaches to establish a realistic project definition and approach.
● Plan specific actions to overcome key challenges of working within a Matrix Organization.
● Apply techniques to reduce scope creep during project planning, monitoring, and control.
● Compare current project status to the original plan to identify potential problems and make proactive decisions based on accurate data.
● Perform project control activities to ensure realistic reporting and to allow preventive and corrective action where required.
● Recognize elements of a properly closed out project, and avoid the “project that never dies” syndrome.