Building Resilience in the Workplace

Duration: 1 Day
Category: Project Management

Emotionally Resilient workplaces experience more cohesion, less stress and tension as well as greater productivity. Resilience is usually defined as “the positive capacity to cope with stress or adversity”. Resilience in the workplace refers to an employee’s ability to cope with the various challenges of the modern workplace: learning new technology, organisational change, downsizing, mergers, increased workload, budget pressures or deadlines.

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Leading High Performance Teams

Duration: 1 Day
Category: Project Management

This workshop is focused on leaders who would like to improve levels of team performance and engage and involve their team members in a high performing team environment. It will give tools and strategies to assess their team, and work specifically on a plan to further improve their team culture and performance.

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Leading Teams through Change

Duration: 1 Day
Category: Project Management

The program is designed for leaders at all levels to understand the current changing climate in organisations. It will assist them to facilitate team members through change, embrace and view change in a positive way and prepare for the challenges that change brings. It will also allow leaders to reflect on their personal approach to change and examine and develop their resilience within their roles.

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Managing Change and Building Resilience

Duration: 1 Day
Category: Project Management

The program is designed for staff at all levels to understand the current changing climate in organisations. It will assist individuals to facilitate themselves through change, embrace and view change in a positive way and prepare for the challenges that change brings. It will also allow you to reflect on your own personal approach to change and examine and develop their resilience within their roles.

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Managing Effective Meetings

Duration: 1 Day
Category: Project Management

Many organisations use meetings for information distribution, communication and decision making – in teams, project groups, working parties, stakeholder forums and other purposes. At their best meetings can be creative, purposeful and supportive.

Yet some meetings can become unfocused, unproductive or interpersonally unpleasant. They are always expensive – yet we often plan or attend meetings unprepared, with confused agendas and with little structure or skills to help us achieve the purpose of the meeting.

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Managing Up – Influencing with Authority

Duration: 1 Day
Category: Project Management

Most people have less formal authority than they need to carry out their responsibilities. Effective, innovative people know how to use informal, indirect authority to influence key stakeholders: their manager, peers, associates, customers, suppliers and staff.

Participants will learn how to expand their power and positive influence beyond your formal authority in order to get the job done.

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Negotiating for Results

Duration: 1 Day
Category: Project Management

Negotiation is crucial part of day-to-day survival, in both business and other areas of our lives.  It is about an agreement with another party or parties to achieve defined goals. To be successful in negotiations we need to employ constructive strategies.

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Presenting with Confidence

Duration: 1 Day
Category: Project Management

The ability to speak competently and effectively in public and to groups; to make persuasive and convincing speeches and presentations, and to impart information in a clear and understandable manner is essential in workplaces.

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Project Management for EAs and Administrators

Duration: 1 Day
Category: Project Management

Executive Assistants and Administrators often play key communications roles in the gaps between project teams, sponsors and their organisation.

They often report to multiple managers and have to juggle daily responsibilities with special projects. All of this demands a large investment of time and requires you to stretch your skills–to coordinate the work of people, identify project requirements, gather resources and set project goals.

Project Management for Executive Assistants & Administrators is a practical and hands-on course where you will come to understand the theory and typical issues a project team must overcome.

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Project Management Fundamentals

Duration: 1 Day
Category: Project Management

While project management skills are obviously important for project managers, interestingly the methods and tools that project managers use can be helpful for everyone.

A ‘task’ does not necessarily have to be called a ‘project’ in order for project management methods to be very useful in its planning and implementation. Even the smallest task can benefit from the use of a well-chosen project management technique or tool, especially in the planning stage.

Any task that requires some preparation to achieve a successful outcome will probably be done better by using a few project management methods somewhere in the process. Project management methods can help in the planning and managing of all sorts of tasks, especially complex activities.

Project management is associated with planning and managing change in an organisation, but a project can also be something unrelated to business – even a domestic situation, such as moving house, or planning a wedding.

Project management methods and tools can therefore be useful far more widely than people assume.

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Report Writing

Duration: 1 Day
Category: Project Management

Effective report writing is one of the best ways to inform, influence and persuade others. An organisation’s reports also form part of their formal and legal business record. While few people receive formal training in report writing before joining the workforce, it soon becomes one of the most important skills to learn for career success.

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Strategic Problem Solving and Decision Making

Duration: 1 Day
Category: Project Management

As an individual, facts and knowledge can only go so far. Solving tough problems requires the ability to define the true problem, analyse the possible causes, create options, select the most feasible option, and then implement it.

This workshop will help individuals enhance their efforts to find sustainable solutions and learn new ways to approach problem-solving to reach win-win decisions.

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The Skills Negotiator

Duration: 1 Day or 2 Days
Category: Project Management

Negotiation is crucial part of day-to-day survival, in both business and other areas of our lives.  It is about an agreement with another party or parties to achieve defined goals. To be successful in negotiations we need to employ constructive strategies.

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