Course: Leadership of the Project Director

General

2 locations available

Program Description

January 30 - 31, 2020

March 23 - 24, 2020

June 25 - 26, 2020

November 26 - 27, 2020

Project Director Leadership

General informations

Goal

At the end of this training, learners will be able to:

  • to identify their dominant leadership style,
  • to discover the levers of individual and common motivations,
  • to build its version and share it,
  • to mobilize all project stakeholders to develop cooperation.

Prerequisites

No specific prior knowledge required

Public

Project director

levels

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Program

descriptive

Exercising effective leadership

  • Understand the characteristics of leadership
  • Know how to identify the four main styles of leadership and identify your dominant style
  • Understand the leader's power of influence
  • Distinguish power, power and authority
  • Understand the characteristics of a successful project team
  • Identify the stages of development of your team
  • Evaluate the know-how and motivation of each employee
  • Anticipate difficulties: anticipate possible scenarios and the best alternatives

Foster team cohesion

  • Understanding how teams work: the characteristics of a project team, its dynamics
  • Defining the benefits of team cohesion
  • Develop team membership: methods and tools
  • Take into account the different environments of team members and their organizations
  • Establish operating rules: conducting meetings, debriefing,

Lead your project team

  • Define objectives for the team that are motivating factors
  • Delegate and empower
  • Define with each employee their mission and role in the team, identify individual skills
  • Unify dispersed teams

Foster productive confrontation, neutralize destructive conflict

  • Make decisions as a team, respond to objections and use them positively
  • Anticipate and resolve destabilizing factors, know how to rebound
  • Present a team project, the role of each team member
  • Integrate new employees, manage departures
  • Foster active collaboration
  • Meeting challenges, creating change, innovating
  • Know the motivational levers to empower its stakeholders
  • Build and inspire a shared vision, give meaning to actions and projects
  • Communicate to mobilize your project team
  • Establish a climate of trust, define cooperation objectives
  • Take inspiration from Agile methods
  • Encourage, recognize individual contributions, celebrate success

The challenges of transversal management

  • Lead without hierarchical power
  • Foster collaborative work and collective intelligence, set up a planned verification system
  • Involve the management of the company on its project
  • The management of IT or business "punctual contributors", their place in the project team
  • Work in multidisciplinary teams, despite "cultural" differences
  • Case of multi-site projects, use of remote working tools
  • Determine a motivating timetable and evaluate the results

Further information

Teaching method

The pedagogy is based on:

  • alternating contributions, workshops and exchanges with participants in a peer group
  • scenarios prepared or based on learning cases

speakers

Solange Hemery Jauffret, Orsys Formation

Last updated Mar 2020

About the School

L’IFCAM est l’Université du Groupe Crédit Agricole, centre d’investissement et de développement du capital humain, au service des ambitions du projet de groupe CA. Créé en 1976, à l’initiative des Cai ... Read More

L’IFCAM est l’Université du Groupe Crédit Agricole, centre d’investissement et de développement du capital humain, au service des ambitions du projet de groupe CA. Créé en 1976, à l’initiative des Caisses régionales de Crédit Agricole, le périmètre de l’IFCAM s’est élargi en 2001, avec la création de l’entité Crédit agricole SA et l’intégration des filiales. Read less
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