Struggling to Meet Commitments

Struggling to Meet Commitments

Build better workplace relationships by learning to identify the things that stop you from meeting commitments

Updated Aug 28, 2017

When we make a commitment to someone, we are making a promise, stating we’ll have something done by a particular time or date. If we frequently miss commitments and don’t deliver, others come to believe we can’t be relied on and start not to trust what we say. This is not good. To be successful in any job, we must build our credibility, trust, and respect with others. This enables us to have strong working relationships, which are a critical component to our success in whatever it is we do. This course will help you identify the factors impacting your ability to keep your commitments. Once you have a clear understanding of the issue affecting your behavior, you’ll then turn your attention to selecting one or two actions you are willing to do that will strengthen your ability to keep you personal and work commitments.

Course Accreditation

This course has been approved for 1 hour of PDU credit from PMI (Project Management Institute).