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This Power Of Presence Training Course
is also available in Vientiane, Pakse, Thakhek, Savannakhet, Luang Prabang, Xam Nua, Muang Phonsavan, Muang Xay, Vangviang, Pakxan.
About This Power Of Presence Training Course in Laos
Power Of Presence Course in Laos
Presence is more than just being physically visible. A committed leader is one who knows that being present is an important factor in driving productivity and encouraging better performance. But how do you move from “just being there” to having a presence that stands out and commands respect and attention?
Who Should Attend This Power Of Presence course in Laos Workshop
This This Power Of Presence Course in Laos is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Project Management Skills.
All Staff Within An Organisation
Group Size For This This Power Of Presence Course in Laos
The ideal group size for this Project Management Skills course in Laos is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
Duration For This This Power Of Presence Course in Laos
The duration of this This Power Of Presence Course in Laos workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute Laos will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
2 Full Days
9 a.m to 5 p.m
This Power Of Presence Course in Laos Benefits
Below is the list of course benefits of our Project Management Skills course in Laos
● Boosts the health, well-being and peace of mind of the people
● Enhances the emotional and behavioral compassion in the employees
● Provides clarity of mind and focus to employees
● Improve your earning potential.
● Enhances the chances of timely promotion and career progression
Power Of Presence course in Laos Objectives
Below is the list of course objectives of our Project Management Course in Laos
• Define projects, project management, and project managers
• Identify the five process groups and nine knowledge areas as defined by the PMI
• Describe the triple constraint
• Perform a project needs assessment and write goals, requirements, and deliverables
• Create key project documents.
• Build a project schedule by estimating time, costs, and resources
• Understand and use the work breakdown structure
• Create project planning documents, such as a schedule, risk management plan, and communication plan
• Use planning tools, including the Gantt chart, network diagram, and RACI chart
• Establish and use baselines
• Monitor and maintain the project
• Perform basic management tasks, including leading status meetings and ensuring all documents are complete at the end of the project
Course Content For This Power Of Presence Training Course in Laos
Below is the list of course content of our Power Of Presence training course in Israel
What is meant by power of presence?
How does it impact others within the company?
How does it help in building leadership skills?
What are the hurdles faced by individuals when exercising the power of presence?
Case study and group discussion
Power Of Presence Course in Laos Value Added Materials
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Project Management course in Laos
Power Of Presence course in Laos Learner’s Guide
Power Of Presence course in Laos Handouts
Power Of Presence course in Laos PPT Slides Used During Course
Power Of Presence course in Laos Certification
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
Course Fees For Project Management Skills Training Course In Laos
There are 4 pricing options available for this Project Management Skills training course in Laos. Course participants not in Laos may choose to sign up for our online Project Management Skills training course in Laos.
USD 679.97 For a 60-minute Lunch Talk Session.
USD 259.97 For a Half Day Course Per Participant.
USD 419.97 For a 1 Day Course Per Participant.
USD 569.97 For a 2 Day Course Per Participant.
Discounts available for more than 2 participants.
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1) Project Initiation -This stage is to analyse its utility and practicability.
2) Project Planning - A project demands a solid plan to keep within budget and time constraints. It should give administrative guidance at a high-detailed level for the team for execution.
3) Project Execution - Often the main stage, it involves allocating resources sufficiently to keep the team concentrated on their allotted jobs.
4) Project Monitoring and Control - This stage keeps the project going ahead quickly.
5) Project Closure - Involves delivery of finished project, writing completion to stakeholders and freeing up resources for other projects.
The project manager is responsible for the success of a project. The overall sub-responsibilities include:
1) Planning, Executing, and Closing — Defining and building the plan of the project to a high-level detail, as well as overseeing its budget.
2) Managing Teams — Includes stimulating team members, eliminating barriers, and enforcing productivity and involvement.
3) Managing Expectations — Communicating unforeseen problems, key achievements, and status of the project effectively to the stakeholders, and aligning the project to the business purposes.
Here are the suggested steps you may take:
Step 1: Note any experience you already have.
Remember past projects you have lead, compare them with common knowledge areas such as Integration management, Time management, Risk management, etc.
Step 2: Learn the information and abilities required.
Determine your knowledge gaps.
Step 3: Seize learning opportunities.
Talk to your manager or other project managers in your network, find classes, books, training companies, and organizations.
Step 4: Implementation
Find every opportunity to put into practice what you have learned.
Finally, you should also consider going for formal training to move to the next level.
Select the type that best optimises the use of time and resources - there is no such thing as the correct method. Projects vary from each other, so the right method depends on their characteristics.
Some of the popular types include PMI/PMBOK, Waterfall, Kanban, Lean, Scrum, Agile, and Six Sigma.
A project is a venture to produce a unique and novel product or result. Examples include physical products, services, or completion of a required objective. Characteristics of a project include: 1) It has a start and a finish, 2) It creates something new, and 3) It starts with an idea, which is turned into something useful.
Here are three general forms of project management:
I. Civil Engineering, Construction, Petrochemical, Mining, and Quarrying
Usually, these projects are not carried out at headquarters or central office, but at a remote location. Exposure to outside elements is common.
II. Manufacturing Projects
These aim to produce a piece of equipment or machinery, vessel, plane, vehicle or other specific-purpose hardware or equipment.
III. Management Projects
These are projects that virtually all companies can expect to oversee, creating a high demand for competent project managers.
These are a collection of linked jobs under a single project, i.e. sub-projects within a larger project. They are the smallest unit of a project that can be subdivided when creating the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS). They are grouped into work packages based on location, discipline, technology, or the time required for completion.
Project management includes instating, planning and organising, accomplishing, managing, and ending the work of a team to achieve aims and satisfy particular end criteria at the specified time. Primary characteristics are time, scope, quality and budget. The secondary challenge is to allocate inputs in such a way to meet the end objectives in a cost-efficient manner.
Leadership - lead, do not manage. Provide a vision and implement a plan for success.
Communication - listen and instruct clearly to confirm that the team understands.
Planning Skills - be always a few steps ahead and know what is next.
Time Management - Dedicate precious time to essential tasks.
Risk Management - recognise risks before they materialise into problems.
Negotiation Skills - work out compromises for a win-win situation.
Subject matter expertise - So that the team and clients will look up to you.
There are 15 core skills that project managers need.
Leadership - Encourage others, establish the vision to lead well. Negotiation - Project managers need to solve conflicts by exploring win-win scenarios. Scheduling - Scheduling is an essential project management skill. It will help you accomplish duties more successfully. Cost Control - It’s all about putting together a spreadsheet which is indispensable to budgeting. Project managers will deliver projects with cost constraints.
Other important skills include Risk Management, Contract Management, Critical Thinking, Communication, Project Recovery, Coaching, Task Management, Quality Management, Meetings Management, and Business Case Writing.
It refers to measured terms of the result of the project satisfactory to the stakeholders. It should be well defined. Avoid vague and general conditions. Three key factors that can determine project success include the following: The Iron Triangle (Cost + Scope + Time), Realized Benefits, and Stakeholder satisfaction. It is essential to strive for a balance and not lose view of the stakeholder's desired result. Successful project delivery depends on the sub-deliverables of the project.
The most prominent standard is the ISO standard 21500, Guide to Project Management. Other international standards activities include ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 Software and Systems Engineering, ISO TC176 Quality; ISO TC223 Societal Security; ISO PC250 Event Management; ISO PC262 Risk Management; and ISO WG Social Responsibility.
ISO standards activities are planned such that ISO member countries provide the information to the construction of the standard, to meet global needs and take into consideration all countries’ interests.
Improves visibility -
It gives clarity into your team’s workload and a set rule for how work gets done.
Encourages accountability -
It keeps your team responsible for their work and eliminates any confusion around responsibilities.
Strengthens communication & collaboration -
Healthy communication is instrumental in managing a successful team.
Supports agility -
It assists your team to be more proactive so you can quickly cope with change and bounce back.
Builds confidence -
Having a precise path that provides structure, but malleable enough to adapt to your workflow, will present performance metrics and show where your team shines.
There are a broad variety of jobs available for project managers, in different industries and fields. A project manager's salary will differ depending on the industry you work in as a project manager. They include: General Project Manager, Information Technology, Construction, Engineering, Retail, Restoration Project, Quality Improvement, and Litigation Support.
The levels of management generally fall into three categories:
1. Top Level of Management
Chief executive, managing director or board of directors. As the ultimate source of authority, they lay down the goals and broad strategies of the enterprise.
2. Middle Level of Management
Departmental managers and branch managers make the middle level who are accountable to the top management. They execute the plans of the organization developed by top management.
3. Lower Level of Management
The lower level is likewise known as supervisory/operative level of management, consisting of supervisors, foreman, section officers, and superintendent.
Project managers in Australia, Switzerland, and the United States earn a salary between US$100,000 to US$135,000. On the other end, project managers can only expect to receive US$20,000 to US$30,000 in China, India, and Egypt.
The national median salary in United States for entry-level is about US$90,000, for established project managers, IT project managers is US$100,000 and engineering project managers is about US$107,000. The directors of PMOs make the largest, earning a hefty US$134,791 on average a year.
Project managers usually have a bachelor's degree with substantial work experience. Some hold a masters of a post-graduate degree in project management. There are other certificates that they may have.
Other certifications include Project Manager and Senior Project Manager by the American Society for the Advancement of Project Management. They typically include the study of CBA (cost-benefit analysis), statistics, risk management, general business skills and IT.
Teams and clients face unrealistic planning, disordered management, lack of resources, murky objectives, high risk, poor quality deliverables, projects exceeding budget and late delivery. Project management allows the delivery of success, and it empowers content, happy teams who know their work matters, so do their work as best as possible.
Consider these points to learn project management:
What is project manager exactly? – see the essential personality traits of a great project manager
A project manager’s skills – those needed in the project management field
Analyse the most popular project management duties.
How to become a project manager– education and PM certificates you can get
Project manager salary – How much to ask for in accordance to skill level
Project manager career problems – How project management specialists dealt with difficulties when they were beginners and prepare to successfully face any issues you might encounter
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