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Leading Project Teams successfully

Achieving project goals and leading teams

Leading project teams can be a demanding task that brings with it various challenges.

From communicating with the right target group, to managing and coordinating different personality types, strengths and weaknesses, to resolving conflicts or moderating demanding meetings.

As a project manager, you will be confronted with complex challenges on a daily basis that need to be mastered with confidence.

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Leading Project Teams successfully

Achieving project goals and leading teams

Leading project teams can be a demanding task that brings with it various challenges.

From communicating with the right target group, to managing and coordinating different personality types, strengths and weaknesses, to resolving conflicts or moderating demanding meetings.

As a project manager, you will be confronted with complex challenges on a daily basis that need to be mastered with confidence.

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2 days classroom training

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Your Learning Goals

  • Define clear and measurable goals for the project with your team and agree these with the relevant stakeholders.
  • Through clear and open communication, you ensure that all team members understand the goals, tasks and expectations.
  • Keep the team motivated and engaged by giving recognition for good work, offering challenges and taking into account the individual goals and interests of team members.
  • In your role as project manager, you will learn to recognize conflicts at an early stage and deal with them constructively.
  • Monitor the most important key figures and keep an eye on the progress of the project.

Course description

With this seminar, you will be able to confidently navigate the tension between professional responsibility, project management and team leadership. You will learn various communication and leadership techniques to deal with the different requirements and situations in your project.

In our training, participants bring their own examples, which we reflect on as a group or in smaller teams and evaluate possible solutions.

By simulating various conversations with team members or stakeholders, we provide a safe space to try out your own discussion strategy and receive feedback afterwards.

Our focus here is always on combining theory with the participants’ own practical experience.

Every project and every team is unique, so it is important to remain flexible and adapt your management style to the needs and dynamics of the specific project.

Successfully leading project teams requires careful planning, clear communication and effective teamwork.

The focus here should primarily be on a team culture of continuous learning and joint improvement, regardless of whether you work in a traditional, hybrid or agile way.

Projects can change over the course of time. In our training course, you will learn how to deal with these changes professionally and still maintain an overview. You will ensure that your team and stakeholders are always up to date.

Take time to reflect on your own leadership role. Identify strengths and areas that can be improved and look for opportunities to develop and strengthen your leadership skills.

Successfully leading project teams requires careful planning, clear communication and effective teamwork.

The focus here should primarily be on a team culture of continuous learning and joint improvement, regardless of whether you work in a traditional, hybrid or agile way.

Projects can change over the course of time. In our training course, you will learn how to deal with these changes professionally and still maintain an overview. You will ensure that your team and stakeholders are always up to date.

Take time to reflect on your own leadership role. Identify strengths and areas that can be improved and look for opportunities to develop and strengthen your leadership skills.

Most important facts about the course

  • Your role as a project manager
  • Management without without a superior function (lateral management)
  • Leading at a distance / hybrid leadership
  • Creating transparency in status reporting
  • Prepare decisions and escalations correctly
  • Dealing with the "sandwich position"
  • Efficient communication in projects
  • Giving and receiving feedback
  • Preparing and conducting conflict and critical discussions

All dates

There are currently 2 dates available for this seminar.

07.05.2024 - 08.05.2024

09:00 - 17:00

Face-to-face training

Sporthotel Fuchsbachtal GmbH, Barsinghausen

Trainer:
Sandra Schumacher
Language:
english
Order no. 340027_a
Price
1.390,00 EUR (plus VAT.)
This price includes all course material, certificate of participation, as well as, in the case of face-to-face events, food including lunch (per full training day) and coffee breaks. Any costs for accommodation/breakfast will be billed directly to the participant by the hotel.
Free places available
Book now

10.09.2024 - 11.09.2024

09:00 - 17:00

Face-to-face training

Hotel St. Georg, Regensburg

Trainer:
Sandra Schumacher
Language:
german
Order no. 340027_b
Price
1.390,00 EUR (plus VAT.)
This price includes all course material, certificate of participation, as well as, in the case of face-to-face events, food including lunch (per full training day) and coffee breaks. Any costs for accommodation/breakfast will be billed directly to the participant by the hotel.
Free places available
Book now

07.05.2024 - 08.05.2024

09:00 - 17:00

Face-to-face training

Sporthotel Fuchsbachtal GmbH, Barsinghausen

Trainer:
Sandra Schumacher
Language:
english
Order no. 340027_a
Price
1.390,00 EUR (plus VAT.)
This price includes all course material, certificate of participation, as well as, in the case of face-to-face events, food including lunch (per full training day) and coffee breaks. Any costs for accommodation/breakfast will be billed directly to the participant by the hotel.
Free places available
Book now

10.09.2024 - 11.09.2024

09:00 - 17:00

Face-to-face training

Hotel St. Georg, Regensburg

Trainer:
Sandra Schumacher
Language:
german
Order no. 340027_b
Price
1.390,00 EUR (plus VAT.)
This price includes all course material, certificate of participation, as well as, in the case of face-to-face events, food including lunch (per full training day) and coffee breaks. Any costs for accommodation/breakfast will be billed directly to the participant by the hotel.
Free places available
Book now

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Leading project teams successfully: Questions and answers

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A structured project charter is important, in which the project assignment and clearly measurable goals are defined and the client is approved.

The project team has to complete defined work tasks within a certain period of time. This involves changes, decisions and problems that have to be mastered alongside the prevailing group dynamics. A clear leadership and team culture that is understood and practiced by everyone is essential.

Project managers should be able to understand the different expectations of team members. Motivation requires the recognition and consideration of individual needs and strengths to ensure successful project implementation.

A structured project charter is important, in which the project assignment and clearly measurable goals are defined and the client is approved.

The project team has to complete defined work tasks within a certain period of time. This involves changes, decisions and problems that have to be mastered alongside the prevailing group dynamics. A clear leadership and team culture that is understood and practiced by everyone is essential.

Project managers should be able to understand the different expectations of team members. Motivation requires the recognition and consideration of individual needs and strengths to ensure successful project implementation.

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