Faculty Charles H. Paul
President at C. H. Paul Consulting LLC
Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania, United States
Charles H. Paul is the President of C. H. Paul Consulting, Inc. – a regulatory, training, and technical documentation consulting firm. Charles is a management consultant, instructional designer and regulatory consultant and has led C. H. Paul Consulting, Inc. since its inception over 25 years ago. He regularly consults with Fortune 500 pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotechnology firms assisting them in achieving human resource, regulatory, and operational excellence. He is a regular presenter of webinars and on-site seminars in a variety of related subjects from documentation development to establishing compliant preventive maintenance systems.
The firm works globally completing projects throughout the EU, UK, South America, and Asia
This webinar will discuss communications in project management and how organizations that communicate effectively, have more successful projects than those that do not.
Really great communication practice both inside and outside the walls of the organization is rare. Why is this the case? Basically, because people have a fundamental difficulty in communicating appropriate clarity and detail. They either share too much which clouds the message, or they share too little which defeats the purpose of project communication in the first place.
When communication is executed properly, there are no ambiguities, the message is delivered clearly and concisely with just the right amount of detail for the audience, and that communication engages everyone who touches the project.
- The communication model – what it means and why it is important.
- Eliminating barriers to communication.
- Using your PM tools to communicate effectively.
- Tailoring your communication styles for both team members and stakeholders.
- Determining your communication strategies for each project participant.
- Your project management communication process.
- Your project management success factors.
- So as a project manager, you need to get it right – you need to communicate effectively, and you need to be able to clarify those fuzzy ambiguous communications you receive from others into actionable information.
Who Will Benefit
- Any member of a cross functional project team that has the potential opportunity to lead that project.
- Marketing Associates
- Product Managers
- Program Managers
- Contract Managers
- Project Managers
- Research & Development Associates, Managers, and Directors
- Design Engineers
- Manufacturing Managers