Well-structured, cohesive teams reach the highest levels of success. Managing initiatives and cross-functional project teams adds new challenges, and this program focuses on the leadership aspects of project management. By planning, executing, and closing out projects appropriately, you provide the structure that will successfully move the team to project completion. Through activities, discussions, and examples from their own projects, you will practice using techniques and tools you can implement during your project planning processes at work.
This is the fifth of five programs in the Leading Effective Teams Certificate Series.
- Recognize the stages of the project management process.
- Discuss the roles and responsibilities of the project manager.
- Demonstrate steps of project planning using your own project examples.
- Facilitate effective team communication.
- Discuss the impact of change from project management outcomes.
Completion of Leading Effective Teams 2: Communicating With Your Teammates is recommended.
If you have taken Project Management: The Human and Technical View, you will not need to attend this program, Managing Projects for Team Leaders.
Who Should Attend:
Leaders of departmental, cross-functional, or project teams who may or may not have direct authority over team members. This program is also appropriate for those moving to a team-oriented environment from a management/supervisory role in traditional organizations.
Pre-work: There is pre-work associated with this program. You will receive details upon registration.