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capability uplift toolkitRead more +22 June 2022 By Jo Sharp in Delivery, Learning and Development

What you need in your capability uplift toolkit

Investing in standalone training programs and certifications is one part of the puzzle, but to really drive delivery improvement it’s about taking a more holistic approach. Here PM-Partners In-house Training Manager Nekta Vamvoukakis and Agile Learning Consultant and Facilitator Quinn Dodsworth discuss how to design a capability uplift toolkit to practically support and embed learning
Read more +08 June 2022 By Jo Sharp in Learning and Development, News and Team

Dr Elissa Farrow: A journey of continuous improvement

Like her training facilitator colleagues at PM-Partners, Dr Elissa Farrow treads a continuous pathway of learning and experience. Here she shares her latest accomplishment and how her approach to personal development informs her work.
career-development-blogRead more +02 June 2022 By Jo Sharp in Advisory, Delivery, Learning and Development

How investing in the right kind of career development can alleviate the project talent shortage

Project management skills were already in high demand, then the pandemic hit. The talent shortage, combined with a highly competitive job market, means that rather than defaulting to one-off training investments, organisations need to embrace a more long-term approach to career development – one that uplifts capabilities and job satisfaction.

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