Project Management Team or Training
Your Goals will Take Flight
Level up. Make your complex challenges simple.
You’ve had coaching and now your big goals were just rewarded with a budget. Let us help you to get big things done. We can help you with temporary project managers who understand your urgency and have the precision, skill, and clarity to rally your stakeholders and lead your initiative to a successful conclusion.
Lift off… and when you land, we do too.
Do you have a team? Do your team members need skills development and support? We can help. Strengthen core competencies, improve risk assessment, get agile insights, or establish stronger program governance. Our commercial training will meet team members where they are and support them in building project management proficiency.
PMP Prep Courses
Are you ready to reach the next stage of your Project Management career? Make it official. Get certified. The Lenserf Group is proud to offer our clients PMI Authorized Training in preparation for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.
We know that your professional and personal schedules are challenging. So choose between convenient evening or weekend training options. Invest 35 hours of your time, access our proprietary test question database, and walk away with all you need to master the PMP examination.
Do you represent a company and you are interested in amplifying project excellence to plan consistently, execute seamlessly, and reduce unplanned costs? Get your project managers certified. Ask about our custom training options.
Professional Development Units (PDU's)
Are you already certified? As an Authorized Training Partner, all of the TLG courses qualify for professional development units (PDU’s) required to maintain your certification. Invest just one hour of your time and receive 1-PDU. The PMI Continuing Certification Requirements Program ensures that you stay current in your profession and deliver the most value on behalf of your project teams.
Invite us to help make your murky projects clearer by taking one of our synchronous or asynchronous courses.
Introduction to Project Management
What is a project? What has to be managed? How do I get started? This course will cover the core concepts associated with project management. Led by a Project Management Institute certified PMP, this training will introduce basic project vocabulary and inspire attendees to adopt structure around their daily activities. PMP certified project managers are eligible to apply for professional development units.
Great Results with Program Governance
Who is on first and what is on second? Lack of role clarity tends to be a significant source of conflict on projects. That discontent often leads to poor project outcomes, redundancy and or delays. In this workshop, participants will create a project governance, review some of the key roles and assign individuals to roles with the expectation that they will perform specific functions. PMP certified project managers are eligible to apply for professional development units.
Project Time Management and Estimation
How can we manage our time more efficiently? With competing demands, it is important for leaders to discern the difference between urgent and important tasks. Are you allocating your time on those things that yield the highest return for your team and move your goals forward? This course is led by a Project Management Institute certified PMP. PMP certified project managers are eligible to apply for professional development units.
In this course, participants will have the opportunity to build an actual project schedule with clear phases, milestones, clear dates, accountability through resource assignment, and initial tracking of project progress. PMP certified project managers are eligible to apply for professional development units.
Project Communications Management
In this course, attendees learn the importance of project communications in getting to successful outcomes. They will evaluate project communication tools, create sample communications plans, and rehearse effective communication methods. PMP certified project managers are eligible to apply for professional development units.
PMO In a Box
What is a PMO and why would you need one? In organizations with many moving parts and competing deadlines, introducing a PMO can enhance the quality of deliverable outcomes, timeliness of project delivery, communication about project progress, commitment to work, and reduce project costs. In this session, participants will use their existing portfolios of work to learn about a PMO, discuss and establish draft standards, agree on important milestones and create a sample portfolio roadmap.