Building Effective Relationship

The most successful Project Managers I’ve ever worked with are the ones who have achieved mastery over both the technical aspects of project management and the people leadership skills required to build effective relationships. Developing effective communication skills, learning how to resolve conflict, adopting techniques for managing priorities and understanding how to adapt your approach to get the best out of people are all key competencies Project Management Professionals need to focus on.

Bay3000 Corporate Education offers courses on topics that would be of value to both aspiring and experienced Project Managers. There are many options available for course duration and delivery methods so you can find a program that works best for your busy schedule; and most are accredited with PDUs so that you can get the recognition you need to maintain your credential. As Project Managers, we have to be focused on continuous improvement; if we’re not moving ahead, we’re falling behind. Don’t take the risk of stalling your capabilities or career. Stay focused on developing the tactical skills that will help you leverage the expertise and contributions of your stakeholders to deliver the required results of your projects.


Author: Peter Boyle, PMP, ITIL V3

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