This seminar delivered by APT PM Practices Ltd., a training and development company in Project Management, shows entrepreneurs, small business owners and Individuals struggling to get the results they want for their business and themselves with things like communication, time and energy management, to mention but a few, how to become effective by taking charge of their lives, both in their career and at home, and have all the success they desire.”
It is recognised that projects can fail from a lack of soft skills rather than technical ability when project teams need to deliver a project. Projects require people to complete tasks, and the project manager that has strong soft skills has a higher degree of success in completing their projects for themselves and their organisations. These important soft skills are often overlooked at the project management level and especially in a virtual on-line project team environment.
Lunch will be available from 12.30pm with the seminar will commencing at 1 pm sharp.
The seminar will help you to:
- Identify your representational system which you use to communicate all the time, being aware of this can improve your communication with others immediately.
- Become aware of how the language you use every day affects your results.
- Become aware of Time and Energy Management and introduce you to processes to help improve them straight away.
Martina Corbett is Owner/Director at APT PM Practices Ltd.
Martina loves to talk about all things Project Management especially the soft skills required to help get individuals and project teams, with emphasis on the virtual environment, become empowered to achieve successful outcomes and their desired results.
Martina has 35-year industry experience primarily in the Semiconductor industry and holds a Master of Science in Project and Programme Management (Hons) degree since January 2015 from the University of Limerick (UL). She is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) since achieving this credential in 2008 from the Project Management Institute in Pennsylvania. Martina also holds a Master Practitioner level in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Integrated Energy Therapy (IET). All these combined with her own personality and leadership style have helped her become a very successful Project Manager in the Semiconductor Industry for 16 years. As well as running her own business Martina is currently moderating on the fully online virtual MSc of Project and Programme Management programme with the Centre of Project Management in UL on two of the modules namely MN6901 – Project and Programme Management Science and Principles and PM6901 – People and Behaviours in Projects.
Duration: 1 Hour
It is 1-Hour Programme and spaces are limited.
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Shannon Chamber Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.
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