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Online Project Management Series: How to Leverage Interpersonal Skills for Virtual Project Success

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1 lessons
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Delivery
Webinar, Virtual Classroom
Length
1 lessons
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Delivery
Webinar, Virtual Classroom
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Course description

AMA - American Management Association

Online Project Management Series: How to Leverage Interpersonal Skills for Virtual Project Success

AMA continues its thought leadership series, Ask the Experts, with an exciting exploration of project management topics, including a special focus on managing projects virtually. In these free weekly webcasts, PM experts from our AMA faculty will address crucial skills and strategies to help you manage projects more effectively and adapt to the new realities of doing business. Each webcast will also be available on demand after its initial airing.

In How to Leverage Interpersonal Skills for Virtual Project Success, project management expert Alana Hill and AMA Learning Solutions Manager Dan Goeller will explore the implications of our expanding virtual world of work in terms of projects, and how it is often the “softer” skills of emotional intelligence, communication, and relationship-building that enable us to successfully execute a project plan. Although these have always been important for success, they are not elaborated on explicitly in the project management process. In this webcast, you’ll acquire valuable insights and strategies to help you enhance your skills in this area.

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Who should attend?

Anyone responsible for managing projects in a virtual work environment.

Training content

  • Properly channeling your emotional intelligence when dealing with frustrating circumstances
  • Being more mindful of developing relationships
  • Giving stakeholders extra consideration and checking in with them more often
  • Purposefully communicating with greater frequency and in both directions
AMA - American Management Association

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The American Management Association, International (AMA) is the global leader in talent development. Founded in 1923, AMA supports the goals of individuals and organizations through a complete range of educational products and services, including instructor-led classroom and virtual seminars, webinars,...

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