The  Managing Projects Across BordersSM series provides education and practice in the leadership and management competencies critical for success in international projects.

These workshops are tailored for different groups working in international project settings, helping them raise their competency levels:

   MIP:Managing International Projects
2 or 3 days (public or in-house):  Critical cultural differences; virtual international team challenges; effective team communication; project initiation and execution; best project management practices; conflict prevention and/or resolution.
   NIP:    Negotiating and Working with International
Customers, Suppliers, and Partners

3 days (public or in-house):  Expectations and acceptable behaviors; critical cultural differences; establishing productive relationships; influence strategies; negotiation; decision processes; rules and best practices; conflict management.
   LIP:Leading International Project Organizations
4 days (in-house only):  Understanding and adapting to critical cultural differences; organizational culture and personal leadership skills; influence and conflict management; effective resource management.

Each of our Workshops and Online Classes earns PDU credits, issued by ® PMI, the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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