The Behavioural Side of Project Success
In addition to the technical skills required of project managers, there are a number of supplementary skills that are critical to working effectively in projects. Many of these are behavioural and interpersonal skills, as when it comes to delivering projects, it’s all about people working together.
As such we offer a range of programmes and workshops that focus on a holistic approach to effective project management. These include our range of accredited and vendor-neutral programmes aimed at instilling the core skills and knowledge required in PM, as well as specialist programmes exploring areas such as risk, earned value and planning. In addition to this we also provide support in behaviour skills development. This can include:
- Influencing key stakeholders
- Engaging and developing teams
- Problem solving
- Effective communication
- Conflict Management
- Negotiation skills
Our project management capability has been developed by experts in the field, who inherently understand that project effectiveness is about much more than the core technical skills and knowledge. It’s also about developing the right behaviours and personal effectiveness skills, and this is where we add real value to our customers looking to deliver better projects.
I now understand what makes or breaks projects