Project and Programme Leadership – warsztat w języku angielskim.

Project and Programme  Leadership – warsztat w języku angielskim.

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SAMPLE PROGRAMME

SYNOPSIS:
The aim of this programme is to provide current and prospective project and programme managers with an understanding of the theory and practice of leadership behaviours and the contribution such behaviours make to the delivery of significant and sustained value through projects and programmes. We will explore the behaviours, skills and capabilities that will enable us understand and develop our individual capacity to lead others and, by doing so, to aspire to an environment where programme success becomes inevitable.

Delegates for this programme will already have attended training programmes covering the core skills and competencies for managing projects and will be thoroughly conversant with the tools and techniques of project management. They will have established expertise and hands-on experience of working in or managing projects and will be in or about to assume project management positions.

This programme is also suitable for programme sponsors who wish to gain an understanding of the leadership role they can assume, and the contribution they can make, towards programme success.

TRAINING OBJECTIVES:

The five key objectives of this programme are:

  • to provide delegates with an understanding of relevant leadership theories.
  • to relate leadership theory to best practice project and programme management.
  • to introduce a model of pragmatic leadership behaviours that support the delivery of sustained value and which make programmes a better experience for all.
  • to develop and utilise a practical framework for the application of leadership behaviours supported by relevant skills, processes and tools.
  • to provide an effective forum for exchanging experience and to foster a sense of team spirit and mutual support between senior project managers

STYLE AND STRUCTURE:

This programme takes the form of a residential workshop, using presentations, detailed case studies and syndicate group discussions to enable delegates to appreciate the full extent of the role, skills and characteristics of excellent leadership in projects.

The content of the programme can be adapted to present details of company procedures, systems or software specific to the organisation and to encourage discussion of them as appropriate.

PROGRAMME: DAY 1

SESSION 1

WELCOME; THE NATURE AND VALUE OF LEADERSHIP

  • Management and leadership; IQ and EQ
  • Random factors; leadership in an uncertain world
  • Effective programme leadership; what leaders do and why this is relevant
  • Leadership is personal ” how to get the best from this programme

LEADERSHIP THEORY AND PRACTICE

  • A review of leadership theory
  • A practical view of leadership in projects and programmes
  • Defining the eight essential programme management and leadership roles

 

SESSION 2

THE PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP FRAMEWORK

  • Applying the leadership roles throughout the team
  • Expected outcomes: what does great project leadership look like?
  • Programme leadership resources.
  • The sector and organisational context: the impact of project type, organisational cultures and ways of working.

APPLYING THE LEADERSHIP FRAMEWORK

  • Doing the right things; doing them right.
  • Keeping it simple: how to focus on what matters.

INTRODUCING THE CASE STUDY

  • A team exercise that we will revisit to practice using the framework

SESSION 3

(For all project leadership roles we will review the nature of the role, its key tasks, the relevant personal characteristics needed, skills, capabilities and tools, and references for further reading. Each session will include an exercise to enable the key aspects of the role to be practiced and assessed.)

LEADERSHIP ROLE: THE MOTIVATOR/VISIONARY

  • Setting worthy goals and inspiring others to follow. Feedback and review of case study: what beneficial outcomes does this role enable?

SESSION 4

LEADERSHIP ROLE: THE COACH

  • Providing the capability: continuously developing self and others. Feedback and review of case study: what beneficial outcomes does this role enable?

PROGRAMME: DAY 2

SESSION 1

REVIEW OF DAY 1

LEADERSHIP ROLE: THE TEAM BUILDER

  • Providing the capability: building and sustaining high performing teams. Feedback and review of case study: what beneficial outcomes does this role enable?

SESSION 2

LEADERSHIP ROLE: THE CHANGE MANAGER

  • Delivering value through sustained change. Feedback and review of case study: what beneficial outcomes does this role enable?

SESSION 3

THE FOUR MANAGEMENT ROLES

  • The Task Manager: doing the job.
  • The Risk Manager: expecting the unexpected.
  • The Relationship Manager: working with others.
  • The Context Manager: nurturing a supportive environment.
  • Feedback and review of case study: what beneficial outcomes does this role enable?

SESSION 4

BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER AND MAKING IT HAPPEN

  • Using the framework – keeping it simple and gaining insight throughout the lifecycle.
  • Authentic Leadership: bringing in the moral dimension.
  • Becoming your own leadership coach – developing the capability for self correction and self generation
  • Individual action planning; syndicate discussion.
  • What will we do differently? How will we make it happen?

Czas trwania

2 dni