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Trusted to reliably deliver projects on time, every time

Delivering projects on time, every time, builds trust. Conversely, getting a reputation for delivering late erodes trust and creates a great deal of frustration with your peers. By introducing a mixture of communication skills with time management skills it is possible to learn how to become reliable – even if that means being clear right up front if a deadline is not possible.

Your new strengths and abilities

  • Good questioning skills so that project specifications are pinned down with clarity right from the outset.
  • Clear communications so that all parties know what to expect of each other and you keep people informed at appropriate intervals.
  • Techniques to re-build your reputation.

Did you know?

A reputation for poor delivery can take years to remove as it creates deep mistrust.

Who would benefit?

Almost anyone though team member who have gained a reputation for poor delivery and who may be negatively impacting on whole teams.

To discuss a current or potential need, contact Robin Johnson at OvationXL on 07774 415 561 or

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