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Darren Jaundrill from Network Rail, Dr Julie Mills, Principal of MK College, Dr Peter Parkes, MD of Peak Performance, and Nat Morosoli from APM

Launch of Higher Apprenticeships for Project Management

Peak Performance announced our tie-up with Milton Keynes College to deliver Higher Apprentices for Project Management at a launch event organised by the Institute of Directors – see write-up here.  (Download a flier for the HA4PM course here).

Our latest newsletter on ‘Developing behavioural competences for PMs‘ is out now

We have a new webinar taking bookings in the USA 11th April 2013 – ‘NLP for Project Managers’ for ITMPI  (book here)

Over 700 booked to hear us speak at APM’s first national webinar and the drop off rate was less than 2%!  View the recording on the APM’s website here.

On the 25th April we will be delivering a public talk on ‘Building resilience and management stress’ at the Police firearms training centre in Stockton for the APM – book here.

 

Testimonials and Endorsements


Method and process are important in project management, but knowing how to use them is even more so. Most project managers can increase their effectiveness most by developing their soft skills, recognising that finesse can be more effective than brute force. Once developed, they will find that their skills are much more transferable across not only project types, but whole industry sectors. This book showing the application of tools like NLP to develop competences will help you on that journey and will certainly whet your appetite for more. Peter’s lively style is compelling and benefits from his imaginative use of appropriate quotations and personal anecdotes. For me this book throws light on a major component of our journey towards greater professionalism in project management.
Bob AssiratiDeputy PresidentBCS – The Institute for Information Technology Honorary Fellow, Association for Project Management Major Projects Director, Office of Government Commerce