Communication in Project Management

Learn about the basic communication skills you need in Project Management to work effectively with others in the workplace.

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Communication is the most vital aspect for a seamless project management experience. Look no further than this course to boost your skills when it comes to collaboration and delegation in your project team.


This 5-part course provides an introduction to communication, writing techniques, collaboration and delegation skills. We can guarantee you success in project management upon the completion of the forementioned topics!

What you'll learn with "Communication in Project Management " course

  • Introduction to Communication
  • Effective Writing
  • Collaboration in the Project Team
  • Delegation
  • Lesson Review

"Communication in Project Management " Content

  • Introduction to Communication

    Learn strategies on how to communicate effectively with your team

    Lesson Excerpts

    • How communication works Communication is made up of the sender, the receiver, the medium and the message. Getting your message across with clarity cannot be achieved without understanding how these components interact with each other.

      How communication works Communication is made up of the sender, the receiver, the medium and the message. Getting your message across with clarity cannot be achieved without understanding how these components interact with each other.
    • The impact of communication on your project

    • What is the goal of effective communication?

  • Effective Writing

    Learn how to write more effectively to improve communication in your projects.

    Lesson Excerpts

    • Planning your communication Have you ever received an e-mail or presentation that you struggled to get through? Maybe it was all over the place or it didn't seem to have a point. This can often be due to lack of planning on the writer's part. Taking the time to plan your communication before you begin writing can reverse this. Let's take a look at the planning stage.

      Planning your communication Have you ever received an e-mail or presentation that you struggled to get through? Maybe it was all over the place or it didn't seem to have a point. This can often be due to lack of planning on the writer's part. Taking the time to plan your communication before you begin writing can reverse this. Let's take a look at the planning stage.
    • Drafting your communication

    • Get greater reader impact by writing shorter sentences and using smaller words.

  • Collaboration in the Project Team

    Learn how to work effectively with team members on your project.

    Lesson Excerpts

    • Ask for team input Team work is never a top-down affair, so it makes sense to build collaboration right from the source: the project team. Bring your team together and let them brainstorm ideas on how they envision collaborating with each other. This accounts for the different work styles and preferences of your team members.

      Ask for team input Team work is never a top-down affair, so it makes sense to build collaboration right from the source: the project team. Bring your team together and let them brainstorm ideas on how they envision collaborating with each other. This accounts for the different work styles and preferences of your team members.
    • It's not enough for your team to simply work together, they need to work together to achieve the project's goals.

    • How to collaborate Team collaboration can be impacted by many external and internal factors. Read about the most common factors and how to navigate around them.

  • Delegation

    Learn how to delegate tasks to your team to meet your project goals.

    Lesson Excerpts

    • Deciding to delegate tasks It can sometimes be daunting to hand off tasks to other team members. Will the work be done on time? Will it be done right?

      Deciding to delegate tasks It can sometimes be daunting to hand off tasks to other team members. Will the work be done on time? Will it be done right?
    • Once you've delegated a task, what does your team member need to know?

    • What information should be provided to team members after delegating a task?

  • Lesson Review

    Re-cap everything you've learned in the course

    Lesson Excerpts

    • Find the matching tiles

    • True or false?

    • What should you explain to a team member once you've delegated a task to them? Find four words.

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"The Communication in Project Management course really showed me everything I was missing even though I thought I was a master in this area! I was able to work on my skills around collaborating in a project team and effective delegation, It really shows you what you don't know - I definitely recommend."

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