Five Keys to Managing Any Project
- 12 Hours Length
- Virtual Hybrid
- 1.2 CEUs
- Starts June 8
Business today, as well as life, is full of projects to be completed. Not everyone will want to be a professional project manager nor will have the opportunity to lead a large project during their career. However, EVERYONE will be responsible for a project of their own, whether it be planning for college, or planning to remodel a house. We all lead projects all the time.
This course gives the everyday person the knowledge needed to be more effective in their life.
Project management skills are useful to everyone. Those that attend this course will experience:
- Higher project completion rates
- Advancement of personal and career goals
- Less reactionary moments and crises
- Better communication with project participants and stakeholders
Who Is It For?
The program is intended for people of all careers, disciplines and interests. The skills learned here are life-long skills that are valuable today and every day. Learn to be more effective in what you do and achieve the goals you want to achieve.
This course introduces the participant to the globally accepted project management framework and can be built upon to help in earning your professional project management credentials. In the course, we'll cover each of the five keys, their importance, and strategies to change behavior to experience project success.
Workshop Format – Blended Learning
This course is designed to be presented in a blended learning format with a combination of 4, two-hour virtual instructor-led sessions, at-home assignments, and one in-person four-hour instructor-led workshop. The course will be structured as follows:
Course Dates and Outline
- Session One: June 8 - Virtual two hours, 5-7 p.m.
- The project charter, stakeholders, and communication
- Session Two: June 10 - Live four hours Citrus Club, noon – 4 p.m.
- The Project Schedule
- Session Three: June 15 - Virtual two hours, 5-7 p.m.
- Managing risks and issues
- Session Four: June 17 - Virtual two hours, 5-7 p.m.
- Best practices for status reports and meetings
- Session Five: June 22 - Virtual two hours, 5-7 p.m.
- Project Presentations
Session Two will be delivered from noon - 4 p.m. and will be held at the Citrus Club in Orlando. We will provide online access for those that can not attend face to face. All other virtual sessions are 5-7 p.m. online.
Meet the Instructor
John F. Sage, PMP: A dynamic PMP for over fifteen years, John achieved a Master's and Advanced Master’s Certificate in Project Management from George Washington University and has been active in the project management profession for over twenty-five years. John makes sound decisions to reflect positively on multi-site IT, project, and business initiatives in alignment with a company’s vision, value, and goals.
A team-focused strategist who offers a proven record of attaining a competitive advantage via solutions-centric critical thinking for insightful, change-driven results. A visionary professional who rises above project challenges to improve the bottom line and achieve winning outcomes, including quickly adapting to evolving scenarios to reach high productivity levels, as well as independently resolving in-depth issues to boost success. And an excellent communicator who develops synergistic relationships with cross-geographical decision-makers, teams, and clients/customers who leads IT, project and business professionals by example and with integrity.