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Working in Teams


Learning Objectives:

  • Prepare participants to take effective roles in teams, as leaders or members.
  • Create effective teams to enhance individual effectiveness and development.
  • Develop attitudes and behaviours that support teams.

Course Content:

Project Management Fundamentals


Learning Objectives

Given an assigned case study, or working on an existing project, the learner whether in management, administrative or operations will create a project charter, a WBS, RACI chart and, communications plan to allow a project team to accomplish project objectives.

Expected Outcomes

Delegating for Growth


The purpose of this one-day program is to provide supervisors with the basic knowledge and skills they need to use delegation to help employees’ growth. Supervisors have a special role to play in supporting their employees in their efforts for self-development. They constitute the first level of management and are in direct contact with employees performing a wide range of duties. Supervisors benefit by developing their competencies in as many areas as possible. Their development also benefits their organization’s success and performance.

Toughest Supervisor Challenges


The purpose of this program is to enable supervisors to acquire or enhance the knowledge and basic skills they need to handle everyday challenges effectively. Supervisors play a special role in helping employees overcome the barriers they face and situations for which they must often find solutions. They constitute the first level of management and are in direct contact with a large number of employees performing a wide range of duties.  Their competencies in all areas related to managing people is essential to their own success and balance and the success of their organization.

Minute Taking for Better Meetings - Videoconference


Meetings are an important part of the group decision-making process. With today’s flatter, less hierarchical organizations, one week you could be asked to chair a meeting and the next week to record the minutes. Minutes are a record of the group’s decisions and action items and it is vital that they are clear, concise and accurate. This seminar helps participants to understand the full range of their role and responsibilities as Minute Takers, to work effectively with the Chair and to produce agendas and minutes in a variety of styles – formal, informal and action.

Writing Effective Briefing Notes - Videoconference


Briefing notes are an essential means for staff to inform, advise, and influence the decision-making process in public and private sector organizations.

This workshop uses practical exercises to develop skills in writing effective briefing notes. You will learn techniques for planning, drafting, summarizing complex information, improving your writing skills, and editing.

The workshop is highly interactive with frequent opportunities to receive feedback. Participants are also invited to bring samples of their work for review by the instructor.

Report Writing - Videoconference


Do your business proposals succeed? Do your reports influence decision-making? Do you need help organizing and clarifying your thinking? Would you like to produce clear, persuasive business proposals and reports that get results – in half the time?

This one-day workshop will help you produce powerful reports and winning proposals in significantly less time. Obtain planning techniques, guidelines for writing clearly, grammatically and concisely, and tips for increasing impact and persuasiveness.