In this seminar you will deepen your skills as a project manager of traditional or hybrid projects with a focus on leadership, delegation, collaboration and change management.
From professionals for professionals
Our trainers have many years of practical experience in handling complex projects. Use their experience and knowledge for the successful handling of your own projects.
On the subject
In many organisations, project or sub-project management is not a formal but an informal management task. Often there is a discrepancy between the responsibility and competencies of project managers. The leadership role must therefore be strengthened, and it is important to optimise the cooperation in project teams, e.g. with the approach of "Radical Collaboration". Many projects bring about complex changes in their environment. The project manager therefore needs in-depth knowledge of the dynamics of change processes.
People from private and public organisations of all sizes and from all sectors who would like to shape their leadership roles effectively as (partial) project managers. You have attended the seminars "Project Management Methodology and Instruments" and "Project Management Leadership and Team" or an equivalent training course.
- You learn to define and implement your leadership role in the best possible way
- You create freedom for your management responsibility by means of delegation
- You recognize to what extent your leadership has an effect on the motivation of your employees
- You know the success factors for the design of change processes
Benefits for your company
- Your project managers actively take on the leadership roles
- Change processes that arise from projects are designed holistically
- Better management of social risk factors
- Managing employees correctly according to the situation
- Team development and role clarification
- Effective collaboration through "Radical Collaboration“
- Logic and Psychology of change processes
The seminar conveys the contents on the basis of short presentations on the topic as well as practical examples. The important project processes are developed and deepened in small groups. You can also contribute your own project situations. You are expected to be willing to actively deal with the topic on both a factual and a personal level.
For further consolidation after this seminar, we recommend that you visit the seminar "Self-Management".
In many organizations, managing projects or subprojects is not a formal, but an informal management task. There is often a discrepancy between responsibility and competence of project managers. Leadership must therefore be strengthened and it is important to optimize the cooperation in project teams, e.g. with the approach of "Radical Collaboration". Many projects cause complex changes in their environment. The project manager therefore needs in-depth knowledge of the dynamics of change processes.