9000 Broadway Ext.
Do you consider yourself to be a project manager or a project leader? Often a project manager’s job is defined as maximizing the efficiency of resources, while a project leader’s job is to maximize the human potential. In today’s ever-changing workplace, project managers are being asked more and more often to become project leaders. This course focuses on the skills and techniques necessary for becoming a project leader. Through team exercises and case studies, participants will discover their individual strengths and opportunities in leadership, learn how various leadership styles interact, and gain essential tools for motivating and achieving goals within a team.
As practicing project managers, we teach best practices that reflect the reality of the business environment. We deliver experiential programs that are highly interactive. Our classes have workshop components that allow participants to create action plans and leave with knowledge and experiences that are immediately applicable.
- Understand leadership traits and characteristics
- Discover individual leadership capabilities and how to further enhance them
- Develop techniques to lead high-performing project teams
- Understand various leadership approaches and how to apply them with your project teams
- Expanded perspective of what is needed for effective project leadership
- Leave with a personal development plan to continue building your project leadership skills after the course
- Application and implementation of the personal leadership plan as a project leader
- Improve the performance of your projects
- Discover your leadership potential
- Duration: 1 day
Course handouts, certificate for PDU credits (7), and all meals and snacks.
Call (918) 592-4121 or email us for course rates and to register.
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