Leading a Project Team

 

INFLUENCING WITHOUT AUTHORITY

DURATION: 1 Day (6 hours)

Project Leadership is a highly interactive workshop that explores leadership attributes and behaviors as they relate to project management practices. Participants will learn their dominant leadership styles and when to use them effectively. The perception of power is critical in project management. Participants will discover their personal and professional powers and will create a plan on how to increase their powers.

 

MAJOR COURSE OBJECTIVES

The course is designed to enable participants to:

  • Complete Leadership Styles Inventory and then discuss situations when it is appropriate to use each style
  • Participate in leadership activities and discuss roles and interaction that occurred
  • Complete Power assessment to determine which type of power the participant expresses
  • Analyze differences between power and influence
  • Participate in influence role-play scenarios

Additional Materials: Power Assessment

 

Participants completing this workshop will gain or enhance their skills in:

  • Improving interaction with subordinates and peers, increasing morale by using the appropriate leadership style for the situation and skill level of employee
  • Increasing power base to accomplish personal and work-related goals
  • Understanding how it feels to be part of a team, working towards a goal
  • Using influencing strategies in projects
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