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Mastering Project Leadership Skills Through Simulation (2 or 3 days)

More and more companies today recognize that leadership skills play a primary role in influencing successful project outcomes. Also, studies consistently reveal that project success and failure is highly dependent upon interpersonal and behavioral issues.

The Mastering Project Leadership Skills Through Simulation workshop addresses these issues by focusing on the the interpersonal, behavioral, and leadership side of project management. Participants will develop the skills necessary to motivate, influence, and lead a cross-functional, multi-skilled team of people as they manage a simulated project. It also addresses the process of continuous self-development and growth as a team leader.

 

Who should attend:

This workshop is appropriate for anyone who must work with others to achieve positive and productive project-oriented results. This includes project managers, team leaders, core team members, or anyone who has a leadership position within a project context.

Key topics covered include:

  • Adopting a flexible leadership style
  • Leading the team as a unit
  • Leading the individuals on the team
  • Developing and maintaining stakeholder relationships
  • Transitioning from technical expert to team leader
  • Managing the external environment

 Workshop participants will learn how to:

  • Analyze their personal strengths, weaknesses and inherent leadership style
  • Adjust their inherent leadership style to meet people and circumstances
  • Motivate and empower team members
  • Analyze and address individual performance problems
  • Manage mutual expectations with stakeholders
  • Manage project interfaces (the external environment)
  • Understand the unique challenges of technical project leadership

 

Instructional methods and learning tools:

  • Computer simulation
  • Interactive classroom instruction
  • Small group exercises
  • Self-diagnostic surveys
  • Immediate application of new skills to "real world" situations
  • Action planning tools

 Take-away tools:

  • Individual competency analysis (informal)
  • Printed feedback from project simulation
 
 
If you'd like more information on this program contact us