Developing Personal & Professional Skills

Developing Personal & Professional Skills - Project Management Training Course, Staffordshire, Midlands

“Project Management”


“Is This You?”


“I want to communicate more confidently.”

“I want to be able to say and achieve what I want, as well as listening to what everyone else wants.”

“I don’t want to upset people.”

“I want to stay in control in difficult situations.”

“I want people to respect me.”

“I don’t want to give in all the time”

“If So This Course Is For You!”


We all experience situations where we wish we had been more assertive in order to achieve our goals, whilst considering the needs of others.

There are other times when we feel that we gave in too easily or were too pushy. We may ask ourselves…

“What made us behave like this?”

“How can I do things differently to achieve my goal and also to feel good about myself?”


“What Will You Gain From This Course?”


By the end of the programme you will have:

  • Know the definitions of the terminology used in project management
  • Appreciate some of the distinctions between project management and other management practices
  • Understand the need to use the behavioural skills of an effective project leader
  • Understand the need to use the behavioural skills of an effective project team member
  • Be aware of the project life cycle phases and the key issues at each phase
  • Have an opportunity to learn some of the associated tools and techniques.
  • The programme will also provide an opportunity to discuss your current approach and to identify improvements in the way that projects are managed.


“The Day Is Very Interactive With Lots Of Opportunities To Practice Your Skills.

On The Day We Will Cover:”


  • Verbal and non-verbal behaviours associated with aggressive, assertive and submissive behaviour.
  • The benefits of being assertive for ourselves, our colleagues, managers, customers and clients.
  • Why we behave aggressively, assertively or passively in different situations and with different people. This awareness will help us consider how we can achieve the best possible outcome.
  • Assertive communication skills such as giving attention, listening, asking questions, non-verbal communication and giving or receiving feedback.
  • Opportunities to practice techniques and skills for behaving assertively in different situations, for example when making a request, saying “no”, giving difficult feedback to someone, receiving feedback constructively and putting forward a different view. This will include tools such as negotiation and broken record.
  • Ways of feeling more confident internally about being assertive, for example, self-esteem, talking positively to yourself and considering your rights and responsibilities as well as those of others.
  • How to take the learning from the course back into your life and work.


“What Are You Waiting For... Contact Us Now To Book A Consultation & Learn More About This Course!”


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