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Project Leadership, Management & Communications

Información del Curso

Código del Curso: PLM520

Precio: €920 + IVA

42 días de acceso

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Learn how to:

  • Lead project teams through more effective communication
  • Identify motivational value systems to improve productivity and co-operation
  • Recognise the role of business and personal ethics in leadership
  • Describe predictable change stages and identify appropriate leadership strategies for each stage
  • Utilise a powerful four-stage collaborative negotiation process
  • Create a Leadership Development Plan to implement when you return to work

Course Synopsis

This is an interactive course designed to provide a solid foundation in key leadership competencies and to afford you the opportunity for a truly transformational leadership experience. As a participant, you will complete a self-assessment of your leadership skills, then master the basics of these leadership competencies: setting direction, aligning people, motivating and inspiring, leading teams, communicating, building relationships, facilitating ethical conduct, negotiating and leading change.

After you assess your skills, you'll create and refine a personal leadership vision and work on strengthening your leadership competencies as you develop your personal Leadership Development Plan. You'll learn how to empower yourself and other team members through more effective negotiation based on an understanding of the differences between competitive and collaborative negotiation approaches-and you'll gain an appreciation of the importance of a collaborative "win/win" negotiation process. You'll also gain a clear understanding of why communication is so important - regardless of how a project is organised. And you'll discover how business and personal ethics can influence your leadership style and personality, and how your individual leadership style and personality can influence the course a project will take.

Working with other professionals and an experienced instructor/facilitator in an interactive classroom environment, you'll engage in revealing case studies, lively discussion and practical exercises.

Project managers and business professionals who need to increase their leadership skills will find Project Leadership, Management, and Communications extremely valuable as they master important skills to get the most from their most valuable project management resource - their people!

Course Topics

  1. Leadership and Management
    1. What is leadership?
    2. The difference between leadership and management
    3. Assess your leadership competencies and developmental needs
    4. Articulate your leadership vision, in light of the assessment, and consider the best way(s) to realize it
    5. Processes for establishing direction, aligning people and motivating people to follow your vision
    6. Identify different leadership styles
      • Tasking
      • Encouraging
      • Steering
      • Entrusting
    7. Tasking
    8. Encouraging
    9. Steering
    10. Entrusting
  2. Leading Effective Teams
    1. What is a team?
    2. The stages of team development
      • Forming
      • Storming
      • Norming
      • Performing
      • Adjourning
    3. Forming
    4. Storming
    5. Norming
    6. Performing
    7. Adjourning
    8. Leading and maintaining effective, productive teams
    9. Evaluate team progress and coach team members as necessary
  3. Building Relationships
    1. How individual differences affect your ability to lead
    2. Identify your motivational patterns using the Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI®)
    3. How to be more influential by understanding motivational patterns
    4. Using an understanding of individual differences to help you manage conflict more effectively
  4. Ethics and Leadership
    1. Define ethics and the link between ethics and trust
    2. The role of ethical behaviour and leadership
    3. The difference between personal and organisational ethics
    4. Discuss the effect of the triple constraint on ethics
  5. Negotiating Conflict
    1. Major sources of conflict on project teams
    2. The five modes of handling conflict
      • Forcing
      • Smoothing
      • Withdrawing
      • Compromising
      • Problem Solving
    3. Forcing
    4. Smoothing
    5. Withdrawing
    6. Compromising
    7. Problem Solving
    8. The difference between competitive negotiation and collaborative negotiation
    9. Conflict scenarios and strategies for initiating conflict resolution
    10. Power bases used in typical organisations
    11. How to plan and conduct collaborative negotiation
  6. Leading Change
    1. Your role in a changing organisation
    2. Predictable stages of adjusting to change
    3. Appropriate leadership strategies for each stage
    4. Developing a change management plan

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Professional Development Units (PDU): 28.0

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