In all of our courses, we train by doing. In our project management trainings, we go through a fictional case in which participants are able to set up and manage a project that includes the usual tasks, challenges and risks – all of this in a safe environment. Participants are presented with many of the questions that they eventually meet in their everyday life. With the help of our trainer, they are able to practice handling these in a professional manner.
As a project manager, you need to build stability and a well-functioning team. You need to lead the group and its individuals forward within the framework of the project’s scope. When someone is a leader in a non-managerial role, there are even higher demands on their own personal leadership. This is why we train the ability to communicate clearly, and give participants the tools they need to motivate and create a sense of cohesion within the project group.