Proactive Communication for Project Managers
Communication methods that keep a project moving forward
Course Length: 2 Days
Course No. TMA21
CDU & PDU: 16
Outset Group seminar manuals
Readings and excerpts from thought leaders from each field
Templates to help you apply seminar methods to your work
This course includes The Outset Advantage
Who should attend?
PM’s and related professions, at all levels and from all domains, who are looking to strengthen their approach to management and communications
What knowledge and skills do students gain?
The Outset Group offer programs and courses that are preapproved for professional development units through PMI and have been reviewed by a project management
professional (PMP) to ensure that they meet PMI's expectations for professional development in project management.PMBOK® Guide, PMI®, PMP®,
CAPM®, and the PMI R.E.P. logo are either marks or registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
Seminar Content & Approach
Timing is everything, as the saying goes, and it is especially true for project managers. This seminar is designed to put PM’s in front of the curve, as they push communication in all directions and help everyone to make effective plans and smart decisions that secure future success.
This seminar shows how PM’s can use communication to hit the milestones and requirements of a successful project. The teachings draw from a wide range of best practices in leadership, project management, business analysis, martial arts, and interpersonal relations skills. Combined in this seminar, they form a management style that actively pursues objectives from a position of strength, rather than a “reactive” position of weakness.
This seminar is devoted to role playing, team exercises, and applying core principles and tools to real world issues.
This seminar has been sponsored by the PMI Global Congress, NASA, PMI SeminarsWorld, and major universities and corporations throughout the U.S. Join us for a high impact learning experience that will transform your approach to work and daily activities.
Students Return to Work with:
The ability to use communication methods to hit the milestones and requirements of a successful project.
The ability to look ahead and position people and processes for optimal results.
A method to build open channels of communication in all directions.
A method to drive accurate, timely communication.
Self-awareness of inner obstacles that inhibit communication.
Insight into the risks of taking a “reactive” approach.
A set of words and actions that turn “reactive” into “proactive”.
The ability to put controlling documents in place early in a project.
The ability to organize and facilitate an *Action-Oriented* meeting