Objectives of the trainingThe participant will be able to recognize the skills to develop as a leader.
Targeted audienceProject supervision and coordination positions, team leader positions.
PrerequisiteHave participated in at least one project .
While the project manager masters the technical skills of project management (building a schedule, setting up a call for tenders, monitoring the budget, reporting on progress), the project leader develops related skills (collaboration, communication, data analysis, conflict management, change management, etc.), which will allow him/her to assume a role that is broader than simple project management.
It is important to develop the interpersonal skills needed to effectively facilitate meetings, encourage feedback, strengthen commitment, ensure mobilization, demonstrate critical thinking skills, and provide practical or moral support to team members... The project leader does not focus solely on the requirements and deliverables!
If it is essential to understand a schedule when you are a project leader, it is equally important to understand emotions. How they impact relationships and collaboration. The project leader must therefore acquire the tools to be able to manage his or her emotions and those of others, to ensure a healthy and balanced work environment.
Situations of tension or friction in the course of a project are not rare. The good project manager must be able to transform inhibiting stress into action driving stress.
Presentations introducing the processes and each of the tools; Applications of the method and instrumentation to a situation familiar to the participants; Call for contributions from other participants and teamwork.
Type of training
Topics covered: integration, leadership, emotional intelligence, stress management