The Basics of Project Leadership (BPL)

Influencing Ongoing Positive Change in Your Organization

Project Leadership (PLDSHP) has recently evolved from a management philosophy, restricted to a few functional areas and regarded as something nice to have, to an enterprise Project Leadership system, affecting every functional unit of the organization. Project Leadership has evolved into a business process, rather than merely a Project Management process. More and more organizations are now regarding Project Leadership as being mandatory for the survival of the firm. Project Leadership is here to stay.

This is a 2-day workshop.

This workshop is offered within organizations for groups of 5 people or more.

Learning Outcomes
At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

• Explain the functions of the 5 Project Management Processes
• Create 3 of the Project Manager’s Tools for PLDSHP
• Describe in detail what each of the PLDSHP “Technical” and “People” Skills signify
• Apply each of these processes, tools, and skills thru a Course Integration Exercise (CIE)
• Analyze the total project rather than the individual parts, which is essential for successful Project Leadership

Program Topics

An Overview of Project Leadership (PLDSHP)

Roles and Responsibilities of a Project Leader (Pldr)

A Project Leadership Process
• Initiating Process
• Planning Process
• Executing Process
• Monitoring and Controlling Processes
• Closing Process

10 “Technical” PLDSHP Skills
• Integrating the Activities
• Scoping the Work
• Timing the Completion
• Costing the Budget
• Qualitizing the Satisfaction
• Peopling the Project Team
• Communicating the Information
• Risking the Impact of Events
• Procuring the Products/Services
• Involving the Stakeholders

10 “People” PLDSHP Skills
• Communicating the Context
• Leading the Efforts
• Motivating the Commitment
• Partnering the Sense of Purpose
• Influencing the Collaboration
• Reaching the Decisions
• Negotiating the Agreements
• Managing the Challenges
• Building Trust Throughout the Process
• Celebrating Social, Political, and Cultural Diversity

An Application of these skills, thru a Workshop Integration Exercise

Learning Outcomes:

• Understanding your role in PLDSHP
• Communicating on all levels
• Providing accurate, concise, and complete information
• Adjusting to project challenges
• Determining when a project is completed
• Building an effective PLDSHP team
• Performing effective, efficient, and economical qualitative and quantitative risk assessments
• Using PLDSHP, in order to influence ongoing positive change to your organization’s culture

Who Should Attend This Course?

Organizational managers and supervisors, whose major task it is to ensure new ways of strategically viewing, questioning, and analyzing project needs for alternative non-technical and technical solutions.

For more information on this workshop, please contact:
Sophie Gouédard
Tel: 613-234-2020, ext. 21

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