Leadership skills for Project Managers
Learn to lead without discretionary power
Leading teams without having discretionary power is a challenge to many project managers. Sometimes, team members do not collaborate voluntarily, and sometimes they are hard to motivate. How can you cope with this challenging leadership situation?
- AT A GLANCE
- Motivating employees
- Delegating tasks
- Use leadership styles according to the situation
- Aligned to your situations
- Personal case consultation
- Many practical exercises
- Experienced trainers
In our seminar you will learn to lead as a project manager – even without a superior function. You know how to delegate tasks successfully and gain respect as a manager. We introduce you to effective management styles and show you how to use them appropriately depending on the situation. In this way, you remain capable of acting even in difficult management situations and maintain the motivation of your employees.
The focus of the seminar is on your day-to-day management of the project. In the course of the seminar we will practice with many examples from the participants. In addition, we advise you in currently critical situations and problems. In this way you receive direct, individual feedback and gain more confidence in your leadership role. Certified participants receive 16 PDUs or a certificate of further education for IPMA.
How do I get power and influence as a project manager?
Leadership styles and situational leadership
Motivating the team
- Further Details
|2 intensive and lively seminar days
|Additionally for face-to-face seminars