Does this sound familiar? You have created a schedule, everybody is busy working on the tasks that you assigned and you assume everything is going as planned.
No project goes as planned. There are problems, and you should start looking for them now rather than later. The longer you wait to find problems, the worse the problems get.
Our Three Day Workshops will provide you with a practical overview of project management and will give you the essential skills, tools and terminology to deliver projects on time and on budget.
March 7, 8 and 9
If you are a university graduate wanting specific knowledge, specialized skills and experience to differentiate themselves in the job search process. Our Post-Degree Diploma Programs are for you!
Post-Degree Diploma is a one year program with a career focus:
• In-depth, subject-specific knowledge and skills
• Connecting theory to practice and gaining valuable experience through a mandatory practicum
• Develop a professional network and a portfolio of projects you can use throughout your career
• A highly regarded Western University credential
Our course emphasis is on learning to use the language to communicate orally. However, reading is also encouraged, and some written exercises are assigned. Essential grammar is taught as the necessary framework on which to build communication skills.
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The benefits to be gained by investing in corporate training and development include:
As one of Canada's leading Universities, Western Continuing Studies offers industry-relevant corporate training programs to meet the needs your business.
Our programs are designed with your career and life aspirations in mind. Developed in collaboration with Western faculties, professional associations and corporate partners, our courses and programs are flexible, creative and innovative in helping you develop your career and enrich your life.
Conflict is a natural part of any workplace; it arises for many reasons.
Conflict can be costly. It can affect the bottom line of a company's performance, waste employees' time, and impact the quality of decisions. People in conflict are less likely to share vital information and more likely to become enmeshed in power struggles.
Poorly managed conflict can result in the loss of valuable employees and the expense of hiring and retraining new ones. It can lead to compromised job satisfaction, poor motivation, and lack of engagement among employees.