Better Project Management through Better Communication is a short, one-hour course that takes a unique look at communication, at what causes communication to break down and how project managers can use communication to more effectively and efficiently move their projects along and more comfortably and confidently work with their project teams and stakeholders.
The course takes managers through a series of stories and scenarios to remind them of what makes managers strong, consistent and dependable communicators and provides them with exercises to help them better assess their individual communication strengths and weaknesses.
Part 1: Why Project Managers don’t communicate
Part 2: What Project Managers can do to better handle communication breakdowns
Part 3: What Project Managers can do to better communicate
Who should take this course:
Estimated Course Length:
1hr video course
Once the course has been viewed and notes and exercises have been taken, project managers will have a much clearer idea of how they now communicate and what they’ll need to do to more wisely communicate in the future.
Dr. David Pelton has been a professional communicator for over 40 years and has taught courses in communication and communication-related subjects for a number of national and international training/development organizations including PetroSkills, Energy Delta Institute (The Netherlands), The Learning Tree (Malaysia), Integrative Learning & Consulting, Ltd. (Singapore), and the Oxford Management Centre (UK/UAE), He is currently the Director of the Demosthenese Initiative and holds degrees from Cornell University, The New England Conservatory of Music, and the University of Cincinnati, and has performed for – and spoken to – audiences in the United States, Central and Western Europe, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, The Ukraine, Africa, The Middle East, and Southeast Asia. He has taught at major colleges and universities and has been an active seminar/workshop trainer/facilitator for businesses in California, Colorado, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Texas, Virginia and in Angola, Canada, Australia, England, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Wales, the Czech and Slovak Republics, Benin, and Nigeria.Today he is a member of numerous training institutes and societies and enjoys a national and international reputation as a communications consultant, lecturer, trainer, and coach.