“When I talk to managers, I get the feeling that they are important. When I talk to leaders, I get the feeling that I am important.” – Unknown.
“Management is doing the right things; leadership is doing the right things.”
In today’s business environment, project management/leadership must work not only as a professional management team but as a sought after professional project leader, as well. Yes, there is a difference. If you are just starting out or moving up as a project manager, the Project Management Leadership Certificate can help you become a more effective professional. You will learn to master the fundamentals of project management and leadership concepts and processes, process framework, integration, time, cost, scope, quality, risk management, procurement and stake holder management, and Interpersonal skills. It includes all aspects of overseeing and supervising business operations.
Management is the act of allocating resources to accomplish desired goals and objectives efficiently and effectively; it comprises planning, organizing, staffing, leading or directing, and controlling an organization (a group of one or more people or entities) or effort for the purpose of accomplishing a goal. Leadership is both a research area and a practical skill encompassing the ability of an individual or organization to “lead” or guide other individuals, teams, or entire organizations.
Meanwhile, before you can lead others, you must be able to grow and develop personally. This requires a solid foundation of self-knowledge and critical self-reflection. What motivates you, how you handle conflict resolution, and how do you pull your team towards success instead of pushing them. Why do you do the things that you do and is the culture with work productive, healthy and affective?
The program introduces the practical insights and techniques that can be applied in managing projects, total quality management, continuous improvement programs and the drive to radically redesign business processes, integrated view of project management, effective business communication skills, strategic or organizational skills, recruitment and staffing concepts and techniques. Although certification is not required, completion of this program and meeting other academic and experiential requirements, prepare the professional who would like to obtain the Project Management Professional (PMP)
This module is designed for Project Management Certification can give you the edge that you need to stand out in this competitive landscape and validate the mastery of Project
Management knowledge, skills, and abilities.
By the end of this course, students will be able to:
1. Explain basic management concepts from a business perspective.
2. Describe the role of market competition.
3. Develop an understanding of the elements of the business management process, and provide an overview of business management concepts
4. Gain an appreciation for the decision-making process required to build strategy in businesses.
5. Analyze a company’s business to obtain a viable job.
Introduction and Seminar Objectives
Types of Management
Visioning yourself as a Manager
Project Management in Leadership
Leadership skills for Project Managers
Leading the Project Team
Negotiation skills for Project Managers in Leadership
Project Management in Leadership through the organization
Leading more senior stakeholders
Case Study: Project Management In Leadership in action
Team Exercise 1: Leadership skills of the project manager
Team Exercise 2: Project Management in Leadership and negotiation
Deliver of Content
The above content can be delivered in various ways, depending of the depth and scope the customer wants. The training could be done at flexible hours or during the week-end. It can be modified according to the needs of the customer and we can emphasize on specific content or focus on more aspects. This is an initial proposal that can be tailored to your specific needs. The key concepts to be discussed and the detail in which we will deliver the seminar is up to you to decide.
The instructor will use a variety to help attendants get a better understanding of the elements under discussion. The resources include case studies, videos, presentations and workshop material such as game cards, tests, and exercises.